President Hugo Chavez plans to censor the internet in his country Venezuela under a new law that will go to parliament next week.
Here are South Africa’s top searches made in 2010, some of them are bizarre while others we think should be there are’nt.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has threatened bicycle shops around Melbourne and other towns that if they sell bicycles without breaks they could be fined $1million.
Greater Britain through Scotland and Ireland are under snow. At some points the conditions was so sever shops started running out of stock because the trucks could not deliver it.
Early in December 2010 there was severe rainfall in Southern Spain that caused flooding throughout the area.
Police in the Netherlands have arrested a 16 year old boy on suspicion of being involved in the 1000’s of people or the non group called Anonymous or Operation Payback.
Operation Payback, the people behind the various hacks and DDoS attacks had their Facebook page with more than 5000 members deleted. The page is now nowhere to be found.
Operation Payback, the war against those that stand against Wikileaks so to speak is heating up.
A new discovery beneath the Persian Gulf is showing us that many theories of where the Garden of Eden is might be more accurate than many want to admit.
Amazon is selling Wikileaks cables. This is shocking since they recently kicked Wikileaks off from their hosting.
Amazon is next on the list , or so it is believed. No one can actually say if Amazon is now the actual target but it appears so.
Sarah Palin that earlier said Julian Assange is "un-American" had her site hacked or DDoS attacked by operation payback. SarahPAC.com is now totally offline, the webmasters are aware
Sarah Palin has a huge following, amazingly. She makes comments like "Julian Assange is unamerican", actually she said that today.
The US is getting ready to censor the internet and they are using the Wikileaks event as a pretext to do so.