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Submission + - 9/11 pager data released on Wikileaks (wikileaks.org)

thomasdn writes: Wikileaks is releasing over half a million US national text pager intercepts from a 24 hour perioud surrounding the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington. From the article: "The archive is a completely objective record of the defining moment of our time. We hope that its entrance into the historical record will lead to a nuanced understanding of how this event led to death, opportunism and war."

Submission + - How Child Porn is Distributed (wikileaks.org) 1

thomasdn writes: "In this truly fascinating story, "Mr. X" — who has been working for 10 years inside the international child porn industry — gives us technical details about the architecture of the systems and the methods used for distributing child pornography. Mr. X writes: 'Each one who has little technical knowledge will [understand] the importance and implications of this... But what I have to report to you is much more significant than this, and maybe they will finally understand to what extent the public is cheated by the greedy politicians who CANNOT DO ANYTHING against child pornography but use it as a means to justify total monitoring.'"

Submission + - Password cracked for secret NATO document (wikileaks.org)

thomasdn writes: "The encryption password for a secret document relating to the war in Afghanistan has been cracked. The password is revealed on the Wikileaks website. 'NATO in Afghanistan: Master Narrative' is the title of the secret document that instructs NATO representatives on which 'story' to give journalists — and which story to avoid giving. The document could be found in encrypted form on the Pentagon Central Command (CENTCOM) website. However, it seems that the entire site has been taken offline in response to the revelation of the password. Parts of the site can still be seen in Google's cache."

Submission + - Danish scientists solve mystery about worlds deepe (innovations-report.de)

thomasdn writes: "Danish scientists reveals how the 1,637 meters (5,370 ft) deep Lake Baikal in Siberia was created. Professor Hans Thybo and PhD Christoffer Nielsen from the University of Copenhagen reached the conclusion that it was the geological collision between India and Asia 35 million years ago that created the world's deepest lake: Lake Baikal in Siberia, which contains 20 per cent of the world's fresh water reserves and a unique display of plant- and wildlife."

Submission + - Robbers steal $6.3 million in Denmark Heist (iht.com)

thomasdn writes: "Armed robbers got away with 30 millions Danish crowns (USD 6.3 million or 4 million) in a big heist against the Loomis security company.

Masked robbers armed with automatic weapons stole about 30 million kroner (4 million; US$6.3 million) Tuesday from a cash depot in suburban Copenhagen and left explosives in their wake to avoid pursuit, police said.
This story has been covered several places."

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