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+ - The Register: Scientology Contacts Wikileaks->

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msheekhah writes "The Register covers Scientology's latest act of internet suppression: Wikileaks. Considering their main server is hosted by The Pirate Bay, how do you think this is going to turn out? From the article: "The Church of Scientology has acknowledged that Wikileaks is offering the world quick and easy access to the church's top-secret "bibles". Or should that be formerly top-secret? On March 24, the swashbuckling truth-seekers at Wikileaks.org published what they referred to as "the collected secret 'bibles' of Scientology," and three days later, church-friendly lawyers threatened the site with legal action if the documents weren't taken down. Calling them "Advanced Technology of the Scientology religion," the lawyers pointed out that the documents are copyrighted works registered to the Religious Technology Center (RIC), a church-related holding company. Wikileaks did not remove the documents. But it did tell the world their veracity has been verified." At the end of the article is a scathing indictment of the Church of Scientology and Western Media. Wow, it's like they (wikileaks and thepiratebay) were twins seperated at birth..."
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