More than a year after he was arrested, Anonymous “spokesperson” Barrett Brown has just received a gag order from the government, stating he and his legal team cannot talk about his upcoming trial with the media. He is currently facing a maximum of 105 years in prison.
This morning, the former head of Megaupload announced he was resigning from his position at Mega to pursue a number of other ventures including launching a political party in New Zealand, working on a new music business and focusing on his legal battle with the US.
In the spirit of transparency with its users, Facebook released a report of all of the global government requests it recieved between January and June 2013, seeking information on its users. It’s no surprise which country made the most requests.