For Teh Lulz of the Day: PBS.org was hacked over the weekend by Lulz Security, the "hacktivist group" responsible for the recent Sony Music Japan hack. LulzSec published a fake story on the news organization’s The Rundown blog, claimin
Follow Up of the Day: The US Army has filed 22 additional charges against alleged WikiLeaks source Pfc. Bradley Manning, who has been sitting in solitary confinement at the maximum security jail on Quantico marine base in Virginia for the past 10 months on charges of illegally obtaining 150,000 confidential US gov't cables and handing over 50 of them to an unauthorized person. One of the new charges -- "aiding the enemy" -- carries a possible death sentence.
Breaking News of the Day: Despite his lawyers' insistence that he will not receive a fair trial, a British judge has ordered the extradition of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to Sweden, where he is to be prosecuted on three separate sexual assault charges.
Assange's lawyers argued that their client is "public enemy number one" in Sweden, and that his trial will be conducted "in secret behind closed doors in a flagr