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Wanted by the FBI, Wang Dong "UglyGorilla" Poster

A screenshot showing a Chinese military forum's registration for a hacker named Wang Dong, a.k.a. Ugly Gorilla.

anti file paying poster, "Rocking it with the man"

China has the largest army of surveillance and censorship experts in the world.

Mandiant video on APT1: Exposing One of China's Cyber Espionage Units

anti file sharing poster, "downloading communism"

Documentary on Wukan protests, Chinese gov lost control of Webio

Washington Post Data Viz on NSA access points to global info infrastructure

Dataviz of main findings of Digital Activism and Civic Engagement report

Are there examples of high tech and highly authoritarian countries?

chart comparing % of cellphone users who regularly make or receive payments on phone

cartoon of cellphones vs. riot police...(anyone know source?)

30 different estimates for internet size, from 1990-2050

Haiyan Zhang, who blogs from blog.failedrobot.com, mapped government and crowd sourced Geiger results after the Fukushima disaster

The Carne Bot located 1.3 device addresses in 2012.

Satellite data allowed Human Rights Watch to document abuse by Nigerian Army through damaged buildings, destroyed forests, and smoldering fires.

The Webcup 1.0 tells Internet fridge if the milk’s too cold. What does it tell the dairy ass'n? NSA? #iot #paxtechnica

Photoshopped Iran Missile Launch: Original

the "rides of glory" from #uber for #Seattle, original gone, now at https://web.archive.org/web/20141118192805/http://blog.uber.com/ridesofglory

This chart shows what an UEE crash looks like (box A), what a spike looks like (box B), and most interestingly, how the number of these events (in red and blue) has risen between 2006 and 2011 compared with the S&P index (in black). That list of stock symbols in green contains the equities that have the most extreme events, with the most likely at the bottom.

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