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  • Q&A site Quora clamps down on anonymity – will review content before publishing, restrict actions

    Q&A site Quora clamps down on anonymity – will review content before publishing, restrict actions

    Quora, a crowdsourced Q&A site that’s generally smarter than Yahoo Answers, is making a big change to how anonymity works on its service. Most notably, it will begin cracking down on spam and harassment by reviewing all anonymous content before it’s distributed on its network, the company says. Anonymous users will also no longer be able to unduly influence other aspects of… Read More

  • Dusk’s new app lets you live stream anonymously

    Dusk’s new app lets you live stream anonymously

    Online anonymity can be a double-edged sword. On the one hand, it can give people a voice when they’d otherwise be afraid to speak up — whether that’s because of fear of government surveillance, discussing a topic that’s known to provoke cyberbullying or because the topic itself is sensitive — like a personal confession or health issue. But anonymity also… Read More

  • Secure messaging app Telegram now offers its own anonymous blogging platform

    Secure messaging app Telegram now offers its own anonymous blogging platform

    Telegram, the security-focused messaging app, has launched its own take on blogging platforms. Read More

  • Israel prepares for #OpIsrael cyberattack Crunch Network

    Israel prepares for #OpIsrael cyberattack

    The #OpsIsrael attack has taken place every year on April 7 since 2013, and was first launched on the eve of the Holocaust Remembrance Day with a stated goal of erasing Israel from the Internet. Read More

  • 13 TechCrunch Stories You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

    13 TechCrunch Stories You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

    This week, tech companies geared up for the Star Wars: The Force Awakens premiere with a bunch of fun Easter eggs like this phonesaber from Google, WhatsApp was ordered to shut down in Brazil, and we got more information about the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. These are our best stories of the week. Read More

  • Anonymous Goes After Donald Trump

    Anonymous Goes After Donald Trump

    Hacker collective Anonymous seems to be targeting Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump after the real estate tycoon called for a ban on all Muslims entering the United States. One of the Twitter accounts for the hacker group said that it briefly took down http://www.trumptowernyc.com earlier, and the group has also seemingly posted a YouTube video warning Trump. Read More

  • Operation KKK Is Beginning To Unmask Hate Group Members

    Operation KKK Is Beginning To Unmask Hate Group Members

    Operation KKK, an Anonymous-led effort to shut down the Ku Klux Klan, has begun in earnest. The main Twitter account is reporting that many KKK-related sites are down after concerted hacking efforts and that more are to come as they prepare for an action called HoodsOff on November 5. The Ku Klux Klan is classified as a hate group by the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law… Read More

  • ‘Anonymous’ Member Calls For Revenge On Terrorists For Charlie Hebdo Massacre

    ‘Anonymous’ Member Calls For Revenge On Terrorists For Charlie Hebdo Massacre

    “Anonymous from around the world have decided to declare war against you, terrorists” a purported member of the hacktivist group said in a video uploaded to YouTube, referring to the killers responsible for the attack on French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Speaking in French on Anonymous’s Belgian channel, the cybervigilante warned terrorists, “We will track all… Read More

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