Articles By Connor Adams Sheets
Reddit.com, the wildly-popular online community, received 2.07 billion pageviews in December 2011 alone, capping a year in which the site's traffic doubled the hits it received in 2010.
Anonymous, the leaderless hacktivist collective, has targeted New York's top officials, companies and organizations as part of one of its latest operations.
Ron Paul supporters and other election-watchers have been debating whether or not he was cut short Monday by the national news network when it stopped airing remarks by the GOP presidential candidate as he went into a discussion of the NDAA bill.
Find out which companies support behalf of the Stop Online Privacy Act, or SOPA.
The Anonymous hacktivist collective dropped its #OpHiroshima bomb on New Year's Eve, and despite its success in pulling off a large-scale, wide-reaching document dump, the event has received very little coverage by the mainstream media.
SOPA opponents can use a new Google Chrome extension to ensure they are not unwittingly contributing to the bottom lines of companies that support the Stop Online Privacy Act.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo gave his 2012 State of the State address Wednesday afternoon, and there were several items that apply direct to the future of New York City.
Incidents like the firebombing attacks that swept through Queens this past weekend are sadly all-too-familiar for many members of the city's minority religious communities, which have been plagued by periodic flare-ups of violence and vitriol ever since Sept. 11, 2001.
New York City's diners are going the way of the dodo as changing demographics and punitive health inspectors make it hard for diners owners to make ends meet.
Anonymous-affiliated hacktivist group TeaMp0isoN said Wednesday evening that it had taken down four Colombian government websites, all of which are now shuttered and bear the words "TeaMp0ison," a YouTube clip and a short message on a black background.