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Danielle Stephens

Latest Stories from Danielle (9)

Hacktivism

The former Mormon who created a hacktivist website

by Ben Johnson and Danielle Stephens Apr 28, 2017
Ryan McKnight believed his church needed greater transparency.
“Our goal is to promote transparency within the Mormon Church,” said Ryan McKnight, creator of MormonLeaks, a website where users post information anonymously about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Above, a line of people wait outside the Provo City Center Temple.
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Hacktivism

How hacktivism intersects with the law

by Ben Johnson and Danielle Stephens Apr 28, 2017
Activists are using technology, sometimes illegally, to promote social and political change. What kind of legal backlash do they face?
A demonstrator, and supporter of the group Anonymous, rests during a protest against corrupt governments and corporations in front of the White House in Washington, D.C.
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Hacktivism

Founder of hacker group LulzSec explains the chaos of hacktivism

by Ben Johnson and Danielle Stephens Apr 28, 2017
“Did I help the cause or did I hurt the cause?” asks Hector Monsegur, otherwise known by his hacker handle Sabu.
“When you're using hacking to disrupt a government without an understanding of all the consequences, that's when I start to feel like there's a lot more chaos than sense,” said Hector Monsegur, founder of the hacker group LulzSec and a director at Rhino Security.
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Hacktivism

Is ‘hacktivism’ a force for good … or chaos?

by Ben Johnson and Danielle Stephens Apr 28, 2017
Hackers are 'the best parts of science and information sharing,' research scientist Chester Wisniewski told us. It's part of our special series.
“I am a proudly a hacker, and I get very irritated when hacker is used as a pejorative or to mean criminal activity, because I think hackerism represents our best,” Chester Wisniewski says.
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A new 3-D pen lets kids create their own toys

by Ben Johnson and Danielle Stephens Feb 22, 2017
Children can use the 3Doodler Start Pen to make sculptures.
Sea creatures made using a 3Doodler pen.
ChizComm

How do you know a hit when you see one?

by Danielle Stephens Feb 10, 2017
A look at Derek Thompson's new book 'Hit Makers: The Science of Popularity in an Age of Distraction.'
Derek Thompson says a lot of the videos we think went viral had celebrities or publishers responsible for most of their distribution.
Penguin Random House

What Amazon’s former chief scientist says about personal data rights

by Ben Johnson and Danielle Stephens Feb 2, 2017
Amazon's former chief scientist Andreas Weigend says that data can be empowering in a post-privacy economy.
A lot of companies, big and unknown alike, often take information collected from you and sell it to other companies.
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'Indefinite' uses virtual reality to show detained immigrants' despair

by Ben Johnson and Danielle Stephens Jan 27, 2017
The 360-degree film follows several asylum-seekers being held in Britain.
A still from Darren Emerson's film "Indefinite." 
Darren Emerson

Smartphone: Enter stage left

by Ben Johnson and Danielle Stephens Dec 12, 2016
How a play in New York is incorporating technology into its production.
Augmented reality allows audience members to see poppies growing around the stage. 
Courtesy of the Builders Association