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Anonymous Targets Koch Brothers, Gets Involved in Wisconsin Politics

Anonymous has already targeted authoritarian regimes in the Middle East, the Westboro Baptist Church, and one particularly outspoken snitch. Now, the group of tireless hacktivists has apparently turned its attention to David and Charles Koch -- the billionaire brothers who, according to Anonymous, are manipulating Wisconsin politics to their own corporate advantage. Yesterday, Anonymous tempora...

National Labor Board Supports Employee Fired Over Facebook Post

We've seen plenty of people lose their jobs over things they post on Facebook. Now, the National Labor Relations Board has stepped to their defense. As the New York Times reports, the NLRB filed a complaint last week against American Medical Response of Connecticut, an ambulance service that fired an employee for posting comments about her boss. The employee, Dawnmarie Souza, allegedly posted a...

Flash Builder 'Crane Wars' Fuses Workforce Politics with 'Jenga'

Usually, flash games are known for punchy bursts of quick n'dirty, button-mashing gameplay -- but sometimes we crave more than a short fix. That's the theme for this week's crop of browser-based strategy games: these titles force us to juggle a multitude of complex tasks and intricate systems, each rife with addictive experiences. Of course, the hardest part of playing will be getting back to wo...

Irish Factory Workers Fired Over Porn, Picket Pizza Plant

For some reason, people will risk total embarrassment and unemployment to watch porn at work. Of all the places we'd rather not think about people thinking sexy thoughts, a factory that makes pizzas has to be near the top. According to the Leinster Leader, three employees at the Green Isle Foods plant in Naas, Ireland were fired at the end of September for "improper use of the company's IT syste...

Bloggers of the World Unite!

A group of left wing political bloggers is attempting to unionize in order to make it easier for professional bloggers to obtain health insurance, conduct collective bargaining and set professional standards. Blogging is often a very low-paying gig, with those who work for small-time blogging networks making just a few bucks a month, maybe enough to pay the broadband bill if they're lucky. Tho...