Jeremy Hammond

Booze

The Cider That Comes from Beyond the Grave

Malus Immortalis, a limited-edition cider, is made of apples foraged from an iconic Brooklyn cemetery.
Sabine Hrechdakian
6.14.17
tech

The 'Hacker Wars' Documentary Does Hacktivism No Favors

Vivien Lesnik Weisman's documentary is little more than a valentine to the internet trolls who gave her access.
DJ Pangburn
10.22.14
Motherboard Blog

The 'Hacktivist' Comic Isn't Actually About Anonymous

Or real-world hacking, for that matter.
Fruzsina Eordogh
3.2.14
nsa

A Dispatch from Jeremy Hammond's Sentencing

A judge gave Anonymous-LulzSec hacker Jeremy Hammond the guideline sentencing of 120 months in jail and three years of supervised release.
تجربة
11.25.13
Motherboard Blog

What Whistleblowing Really Says About the State of American Democracy

Is it a sad commentary on the state of American democracy that we rely almost entirely on the Chelsea Mannings and Edward Snowdens among us to advance public discourse?
DJ Pangburn
11.20.13
Motherboard Blog

When a Victim of Jeremy Hammond Testified

"You ever been pizza bombed?" Vince In the Bay asked Jeremy Hammond's judge.
Daniel Stuckey
11.19.13
Motherboard Blog

A Dispatch from Jeremy Hammond's Sentencing

The scene at the courtroom as a whistleblower is sentenced to 10 years in jail.
Daniel Stuckey
11.15.13
Motherboard Blog

Jeremy Hammond's Sentence Won't Stop Activist Hacking

Wherever there are people, there is civil disobedience; harsh sentences or not, the internet is no exception.
DJ Pangburn
11.15.13
Motherboard Blog

Can a Letter-Writing Campaign Reduce Stratfor Hacker Jeremy Hammond's Sentence?

Hammond faces 10 years in prison for violating the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act by hacking private intelligence firm Stratfor, but friends and family are arguing enough is enough, his actions were one of protest and he should come home now.
Fruzsina Eordogh
10.14.13
Motherboard Blog

Barrett Brown and Jeremy Hammond May Be in Prison, But Their Work Continues

Last night, I went to a benefit for Brown and Hammond, who have both become symbols of the government's decade-long assault on information freedom since going to prison.
Daniel Stuckey
8.20.13
Motherboard Blog

Was Jeremy Hammond's Stratfor Hack an Act of Civil Disobedience?

Americans should consider whether hacking, illegal or not, is morally defensible.
DJ Pangburn
5.30.13