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Empires of the senseless

*Katharine Ainger* unravels the tentacles of the global media machine – and explains why we need to subvert it.…

  • Sun Apr 1 08:30:00 2001
  • Rank: 100

Empires of the senseless

*Katharine Ainger* unravels the tentacles of the global media machine – and explains why we need to subvert it.…

  • Sun Apr 1 08:30:00 2001
  • Rank: 100

Empires Of The Senseless

Empires Of The Senseless…

  • Thu Apr 5 08:01:01 2001
  • Rank: 99

Empires Of The Senseless

Empires Of The Senseless…

  • Thu Apr 5 08:01:01 2001
  • Rank: 99
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Corruption crackdown or political power play in Romania?

One of the country’s biggest media moguls has just been imprisoned for 10 years for money laundering. But what does that mean for its politics? asks Cristiana Moisescu.…

  • Fri Jul 8 08:20:00 2016
  • Rank: 95

Cyber crimes

Next time youre downloading a film or music through the internet, spare a thought for Hew Griffiths, 44 years old, unemployed and now languishing in a jail half a world away from his home…

  • Sun Sep 2 23:02:08 2007
  • Rank: 93

Cybercriminals, beware!

Code cracker gets four years in jail and loses rights to residency.…

  • Mon Oct 1 07:38:00 2007
  • Rank: 93

Cristiana Moisescu

Cristiana Moisescu is currently the editorial intern for New Internationalist. Her work as Features Editor of her alma mater's newspaper, the SOAS Spirit, earned her a runner-up place in the NUS Awards for Best Student Journalist of the Year. Her interests revolve around Middle Eastern politics, immigration issues and mental health coverage, but good ice cream will always come first.…

  • Mon Sep 26 15:59:13 2016
  • Rank: 93

Cybercriminals, beware!

Code cracker gets four years in jail and loses rights to residency.…

  • Fri Jul 8 09:52:00 2016
  • Rank: 93

Cyber crimes

Next time youre downloading a film or music through the internet, spare a thought for Hew Griffiths, 44 years old, unemployed and now languishing in a jail half a world away from his home. Unlike most of the other inmates, hes not there for doing drugs, theft or assault. Rather, his crime was to belong to a group that cracked security codes of some of the United States biggest media moguls, giving group members access to software and games that - if downloaded - could have been accessed free of…

  • Fri Jul 8 08:20:00 2016
  • Rank: 93

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