A day after hacker collective Anonymous claimed credit for taking down the Central Intelligence Agency’s site (cia.gov), a site related to Mexico’s mining industry and a site run by the State of Alabama, Interpol.int has gone offline.
The Friday hacks appeared to compromise emails and other sensitive documents:
Butt owners along the East Coast can breathe a little easier today. Interpol Peru is reporting that alleged “butt cutter” Johnny D. Guillen Pimentel, age 40, was arrested Friday in Lima.
Hipsters, journalists and VIPs from all walks of creativity crowded the meatpacking district’s multi-tiered Milk gallery Saturday afternoon for the Creator’s Project — an arts event-cum-music festival sponsored by Intel and Vice magazine. Once out of the swelter, attendees crammed into the building’s freight elevators to gawk at the multimedia orgy, where TV screens filled Read More
“Love Williamsburg so much now,” Luna Lounge co-owner Rob Sacher said of the long-shuttered indie rock/comedy club’s new nabe.
On Friday night, the former Ludlow Street venue that first brought you Interpol and The Strokes is reopening in 5,000-plus square feet at 361 Metropolitan Avenue at Havemeyer Street. (The lounge lost its previous Read More