The infamous hacker wants reparations. And statues of domestic terrorists, apparently.
Weev's conviction was just vacated on grounds of venue — here’s what that means for the future of hacking and computer crimes.
Weev's conviction was just vacated on grounds of venue. Here's what that means for the future of hacking and computer crimes.
"He had to decrypt it, he had to do all of these things I don't even understand," the US prosecutor told the appeals court.
Donald Glover's solution to the numbing effect of the web: he raps about it. Is that enough?
Round two of Andrew “weev” Aurenheimer versus the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) starts now.
A #weevroadtrip to the Pennsylvania prison where the hacker is being held.
Taking a #weevroadtrip to the Pennsylvania prison where the hacker's being held.
“I think they are making the same mistake” as they made with the trial, said his lawyer.
They pounded his head into the table, cuffed him, and dragged him from the room. Weev's friends sprang to their feet. This is the cruel trick of seeing a loved one handcuffed. You want to protect them. You can't.
On the morning of March 18, I was sitting at the Federal Courthouse in Newark, New Jersey, waiting to hear how long Weev would spend in jail. I didn't go there to write an article. I went because his conviction was wrong.