Film at 11.
Film at 11.
The US Gov is undermining CREDIBILITY of Wikileaks, to discourage leakers.
You ARE familiar with the 2008 Army Counterintelligence Agency report, which specifically calls to discredit Wikileaks through disinformation and propaganda, are you not?
The HIGHLY suspect connection of Manning with Greenwald STINKS of a PsyOp, then, hot on the heels comes this tidbit. Where from? Oh! DangerRoom on Wired.com.
I think we can now see wired.com as another polluted information channel, co-opted by the spooks. Leak meaningless true tidbits on intelligence and surveillance to establish/maintain credibility - then use this established route for the insertion of disinformation messages.
The next stage is to plant doubts about Wikileaks among its advocates, who will begin to speculate if the project is not a honeypot, designed to attract and expose leakers.
"To live outside the law, you must be honest."
-- Bob Dylan
"Speaking the Truth in times of universal deceit is a revolutionary act."
-- George Orwell
You know. The Feivel guy...
Then, cry like a baby with sweet tears of bliss, when you curl your paw - at long last - around a Blackberry.
"Thanks for helping make Slashdot Grate!"
Issac Hayes. R.I.P.
Where's Richard Roundtree, when you need 'im?
"Badness always manifests in destruction and corruption, while goodness always manifests in preservation and benefit."
-- Socrates in Plato's Republic (ca. 374 B.C.)
Wish I could have been there. Glad you have your moment in the sun.
This could fall into the hands of terrorists.
Citizens are consumers. We are passing Intellectual Property laws, to ensure that they remain so, and do not make the mistake of becoming producers.
This man's brilliance sets another difficult example and precedent, which will be hard to contain or dismiss! I suggest a patent law-suit against him, and a criminal charges based on illegal production of weaponizable technology.
It isn't unsolicited anymore, when you agree to receive ads, in exchange for Internet printing. I'm not saying that it is right. It's very wrong.
But the people who make and enforce law work for HP, not you and I.
Tor Button, take me away!
Unsolicited Fax Legislation?
Four Letters: EULA
You just clicked "Accept".
And I'm still under subnet ban. There's VPN and tor - but I can't be arsed...
"We don't care. We don't have to. We're the Phone Company."