Archives for September 2004
||2600 EDITOR EMMANUEL GOLDSTEIN AMONG 900+ ARRESTED AT ANTI-RNC PROTESTS|
We've received word that Emmanuel Goldstein, the founder and editor of 2600, was among the hundreds of people arrested at the demonstrations against the Republican National Convention in New York City.
||UPDATE: EMMANUEL GOLDSTEIN FINALLY RELEASED FROM CUSTODY|
After over 30 hours in custody, 2600 editor Emmanuel Goldstein was finally released from custody early Thursday morning. He was never taken before a judge and was instead given a Desk Appearance Ticket (DAT) charging him with disorderly conduct. More details will be posted later.
||2600 MEETINGS TODAY - SPECIAL NOTE FOR NEW YORK |
Today is the first Friday of the month which means it's once again time for the monthly 2600 meetings. A full list of meetings can be found here.
||NEW YORK 2600 MEETING BACK TO (ALMOST) NORMAL|
We're pleased to say that the New York City 2600 meetings appear to be back to some semblance of normalcy. This doesn't mean that they're not still a victim of the craziness sweeping the land but at least we're not literally out in the street.
||"TAKEDOWN" TO FINALLY BE RELEASED IN USA AS "TRACK DOWN"|
The movie that outraged the hacker community and served as a catalyst for our own documentary on the Kevin Mitnick story has finally (and quietly) been given a release in the United States.
||NOTES FROM THE RNC - THE 8/31 EXPERIENCE|
2600 Editor Emmanuel Goldstein was arrested along with 1200 others in the streets of New York on August 31. Like many, he
wasn't a part of the demonstrations that were taking place but was filming and recording what was happening from a city
sidewalk. This is his story of what happened that day along with audio, video, and pictures.
Click here to view the full story.