Posts Tagged ‘security’

The Greatest PorcFest Ever Stolen

Monday, July 7th, 2014   Submitted by Davi Barker


I just got back from a highly successful east coast tour which included both speaking at Bitcoin In The Beltway, and vending at the eleventh annual Porcupine Freedom Festival, both of which were highly lucrative. I’ve said many times that Bitcoin is a tool for personal freedom, and I’ve also said that freedom requires personal responsibility. So, when Bitcoin goes missing while I’m at the helm I have no one to blame but myself.


Daily Anarchist Reporting From Def Con 19

Monday, August 8th, 2011   Submitted by Ryan Taylor

Around this time every year thousands of hackers convene in Las Vegas, Nevada to socialize, share and play. DEF CON is a mecca for amateurs and experts with a passion for technology, focusing on security, development and freedom. As a self-proclaimed computer nerd and anarchist, it’s been a dream of mine to attend DEF CON since its inception. I was twelve years old and remember reading about it in a local rag called “NCCN: Northern California Computing News.” Just the phrase “Hacker convention in Vegas” gets my heart racing and palms sweating.


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