"For once we didn't do it," group says
Over 200 sites are participating in today's Internet shutdown to protest the cyber-security bill Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA), which the House of Representatives passed last week. But, the big names that showed up to last year's nearly Internet-wide protest of SOPA—like Wikipedia and Wired—haven't shut down their sites this time.
What financial bloggers have found after a day sifting through leaked emails
The hacker group has posted its first batch of internal emails about mortgage lending
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