writes "Germany has gone one step further in impeding access to Wikileaks. Their own take on it: "On April 9th 2009, the internet domain registration for the investigative journalism site Wikileaks.de was suspended without notice by Germany's registration authority DENIC. The action comes two weeks after the house of the German Wikileaks domain sponsor, Theodor Reppe, was searched by German authorities, on March 24, 2009, following WikiLeaks' publication of Australia's secret internet censorship list." Of course, Wikileaks remains accessible through other domains — for now!"
writes "Fake but working iTunes gift cards are being sold on Chinese auction sites for a fraction of their value: "The owner of the Taobao shop told us frankly that the gift card codes are created using key-generators. He also said that he paid money to use the hackers' service. Half a year ago, when they started the business, the price was around 320 RMB for 200 USD card, then more people went into this business and the price went all the way down to 18 RMB per card, "but we make more money as the amount of customers is growing rapidly.""
The people at Outdustry have apparently confirmed this by buying a coupon and transferring it into an iTunes account. Oops."Link to Original Source