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Eventos Globales. Hacker/Maker/Lab spaces. PublicacionesHack. Manifiestos. Hackers Políticos. HackerAttacks. Leyes, tratados. Centros-Grupos de Investigación. CrowdfundingCoworking. Cryptography. Herramientas Web. Antisec Movement. The Anti-sec movement's manifesto which had replaced a number of pictures hosted by ImageShack.

Antisec Movement

Movement followers have cited websites such as SecurityFocus, SecuriTeam, Packet Storm, and milw0rm to be targets of their cause, as well as mailing lists like "full-disclosure", "vuln-dev", "vendor-sec" and Bugtraq, as well as public forums and IRC channels. As recently as 2009, attacks against security communities such as Astalavista[1] and milw0rm,[2] as well as the popular image-host ImageShack,[3][4] have given the movement worldwide media attention.

History[edit] The start of most public attacks in the name of the anti-security movement started around 1999.

Académicos Sociedad de la Información

Cooperación Internacional. Democracia Liquida. ONGs-Defensa. Vigilancia. Partidos Piratas. HackConcepts. Random. HackCrackNewsRandom. Antropologos Clasicos. Periodismo Digital. Organizaciones HackNacionales-Globales. Hacktivismo Grupos-Eventos. Redes Libres. Gobernaton. CAQDAS. Académicos Estudios Ciencia-Tecnología. Académicos PI-Cultura Libre-Internet. Internet. Propiedad Intelectual Vs Procomún Vs Piratería. Cracking. Hackers Chinos. Revistas Indexadas. UIL.

Partido X

Hermeneutica-Fenomenología. Anonymous. Protestas. Torrents. Antropologos Convergentes. ORGANIZACIONES DERECHOS DE AUTOR COLOMBIA. Antropología Web. NET ART. COLOMBIA X.