Clippings

October 2013
Beacon
Felony cyber-crime: A beginner’s guide
GlobalPost
OpFrackOff: Anonymous pledges support to Canada anti-fracking protesters
Anonymous targets Cambodian government amid popular protests
Anonymous is breaking into computer systems used by the Assad government

September 2013
The Daily Dot
The hard-knock lives of professional fighting-game stars
Beacon
Project PM: Why Barrett Brown’s Journalism Still Matters
Global Post
Mercenary hacker group ‘Hidden Lynx’ emerges as world’s most potent cyber threat
OpNSA: Anonymous targets US lawmakers with close ties to intelligence community (VIDEO)
Syrian Electronic Army revealed: Anonymous hacks SEA website, dumps data

August 2013
GlobalPost
Hacks continue as FBI claims to have dismantled Anonymous
Greenwald v. the UK: Anonymous strikes back
Did Yemen’s government really foil an Al Qaeda plot?
Yemenis keep watchful eye on sky as US, UK evacuate personnel
Web-wide fear follows Tor browser exploit

July 2013
GlobalPost
FEMA Hacked: FEMA hacked: Anonymous hacks US server in defense of Snowden and government transparency

June 2013
GlobalPost
Anonymous vs. PETA: How a case of kitten killing turned into a fight over free speech

May 2013
GlobalPost
Is ‘cyber war’ just a scare tactic?
GlobalPost
How hackers could annihilate US utilities and unleash havoc on infrastructure
GlobalPost
An interview with the Syrian Electronic Army
GlobalPost
Myanmar: Anonymous rallies around Rohingya, prepares for online operation

April 2013
GlobalPost
As thousands of dollars are raised for consolidated ‘Anonymous’ news agency, Anonymous faces infighting
GlobalPost
OpGabon: Anonymous attacks Gabon government sites in protest of ritual killings

March 2013
GlobalPost
Lacking international support, Syria’s rebel hackers are losing the cyber war

February 2013
GlobalPost
Silk Road: Can an eBay for meth, smack and pot prevail?
GlobalPost
Q&A: China’s hacker army revealed
GlobalPost
How Yemen’s dictator got away

January 2013
GlobalPost
Anonymous Mexico targets Defense Department in support of Zapatistas
In defense of LGBT rights, Anonymous adopts “scorched earth policy” for Ugandan online infrastructure

December 2012
Anonymous readies fresh attacks against Uganda over anti-homosexuality bill

November 2012
GlobalPost
“Hackers” face prison in Turkey’s first ever trial of suspected cyber criminals
GlobalPost
Anonymous wreaks havoc on Israel’s websites

June 2012
GlobalPost
Salman Rushdie fatwa granted new life in Iran video game

February 2012
GlobalPost:
Anonymous, joining Wikileaks, hacks into the big time
GlobalPost
Bioshock Infinite: A video game that takes on US politics
GlobalPost
Anonymous hackers target Bahrain, US munitions manufacturer
January 2012
Global Post
Did the anti-SOPA internet defeat Paul Ryan?
Global Post
Has the internet become an interest group?

December 2o11
Global Post
Does “Call of Duty” violate human rights?
Global Post
In response to SOPA, Anonymous hackers target US government
Global Post
How to game a virtual economy and make a living playing video games 
The Jamestown Foundation’s Militant Leadership Monitor
Yemen’s Transition: Who’s Who in the Yemeni Opposition
The Washington Institutes Fikra Forum
The Hijacked Revolution: Leaving Behind Yemen’s Youth
November 2011
مأ رب برس
الصحفي الأميركي جيب بوون: الحركة الاحتجاجية في اليمن وصلت إلى حالة احتباس مسلح بلا غالب ولا ومغلوب
Foreign Policy’s Middle East Channel
Time to Freeze Saleh’s Assets
The Washington Institute’s Fikra Forum
Protest Leadership Slipping Away from Yemen’s Youth

October 2011
The Jamestown Foundation’s Militant Leadership Monitor
A Biographical Sketch of Yemen’s Ibrahim Al-Shabwani (subscription required)
Christian Science Monitor
US must engage Yemen’s true power brokers
Global Post
Drone Wars: Attacks fuel anger in Yemen
September 2011
The Guardian’s Comment is Free
The rather inconsequential killing of Anwar Al-Awlaki
Global Post
Are Yemenis fed up with peace?

August 2011
GSU Magazine
Embedded 
July 2011
Time
Is South Yemen Preparing to Declare Independence?
Time
Yemen’s Mysterious Militants: Are They Really Al-Qaeda?
Global Post
Yemen: The tie that binds
Foreign Policy
Who is running Yemen?
The Christian Science Monitor
Divided by Yemen’s Saleh: Two brothers fight on opposite sides
Global Post
Yemen’s protests hijacked 

June 2011
Time
Yemen’s Dilemma: Caught between Saleh and al-Qaeda 
The Christian Science Monitor
Yemen’s trouble with drones 
Time
Waiting for Saleh: Yemen’s opposition bickers and grows nervous
The Christian Science Monitor
Yemen’s power struggle 
Global Post
At Yemen’s request, FBI arrives to investigate attack on president
The Los Angeles Times
Militants said to gain ground in south Yemen
Time
With Saleh in limbo, Yemen protesters and military play a high stakes power game
The Los Angeles Times
Yemen protesters to Saleh: Don’t come back
The Christian Science Monitor
In Yemen, celebrations and confusion after Saleh leaves
The Independent
Yemen eyewitness: They danced. They Sang. Some even slaughtered cows. 
Time
The shadow of Saleh: spoiling the party in Yemen
The Los Angeles Times
Attack on Yemen’s president adds fuel to a heated conflict
The Los Angeles Times
Yemen President injured in attack on residential compound
Time
In Yemen’s confused capital: the city of the invisible president
The Christian Science Monitor
In Yemen, civil war comes to Saleh’s door 
The Independent
Yemen president survives rocket attack as bloody showdown looms
The Los Angeles Times
Feud within key Yemen tribe could tear nation apart 

May 2011
The Christian Science Monitor
Yemen’s Saleh cedes Al Qaeda hotbed to militants. Why?
The Independent
Hundreds flee as Yemen’s tribal “kingmakers” step up offensive
The Independent
British and American ambassadors seized 
The Sunday Telegraph
Osama bin Laden dead: Arab World’s future is democracy, says his widow’s brother
The Washington Post
13 reported dead after Yemeni forces open fire on protesters
Global Post
With Saleh in their sights, protesters in Yemen plan march on palace
The Washington Post
US drone strike in Yemen is first since 2002

April 2011
The Washington Post
Yemen clashes turn deadly as protesters oppose immunity deal for President Saleh
The Washington Post
Yemen’s president agrees to resign in tentative deal 
Global Post
As Yemen unites, will Al-Qaeda fall?
The Washington Post
Rebel soldier killed in clashes between military factions in Yemeni capital
Global Post
Protesters killed in Yemen as government authority wanes 

March 2011
The Sunday Telegraph
Risk of civil war looms as Yemen’s soldiers defect from Saleh regime 
The Independent
Defiant Yemen president warns “mutinous” military of long, bloody civil war 
The Independet
Yemen’s president on brink as army switches sides to join rebels 
The Independent
Bloodbath in Yemen as snipers target protesters 
Comment is Free
Yemen’s president plays the trusted Al-Qaida card

February 2011
Global Post
Yemen protesters shot dead at Sanaa University 
Global Post
Have Yemen protests reached a turning point?
Comment is Free
Yemen protesters take the weekend off

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