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Might is right these days it seems, Like in the 1930s dreams of fascists and of Nazi scum. How could we all have been so
"It would be nice to live in a world where people didn't have to deal with an organization that is not compromised in any manner whatsoever, but we don't live in that world. People have to use cars and they have put to petrol in their cars, and that petrol is made by Shell or BP."
I operated under deep cover in hostile locations where I would have been incarcerated and possibly executed if caught. At
Alyona is joined by her panel of Political Junkies to discuss the New Republic's cover story attacking Glenn Greenwald, Edward Snowden and Julian Assange.
For eyeglasses, transparency is fine. Same goes for windshields, air, and nightgowns. I just don't like it in my government. It sucks the fun out of water-cooler supposition, conjecture, and gossip.
Wikileaks today released the first of what threatens to be a number of correspondences between Benedict Cumberbatch and Assange over the movie "The Fifth Estate."
Aunque el término Democracia policial parezca un oxímoron, ésa es la realidad que hemos visto alcanzar su clímax con las denuncias de Assange y Snowden y por las que la ley actual busca castigarlos.
Cullen Hoback's film takes us down a rabbit hole to try and answer the question: Is privacy dead? In the process, he exposes us to a massive civil liberties nightmare.
If a few years ago, someone told you that the war against government secrecy would be partially fought from the halls of the Ecuadorean Embassy in London and a transit area in Moscow's airport, you would either assume that person was describing Tom Cruise's next Mission Impossible. Yet here we are.
If Edward Snowden can make it to Ecuador, it will be a good choice for him and the world. The government, including President
The outpouring of global love for Nelson Mandela shows that people everywhere crave courageous leadership and celebrate those who are prepared to break the rules to uplift humanity.
Assange continued to hammer away at the U.S. government, saying: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange weighed in on the brewing
Recently, I sat down with George Washington Law School professor and constitutional scholar Jonathan Turley and my close friend Kevin McCabe to discuss WikiLeaks' impact on transparency, the government's response, and the comparison to the Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg.
The mystique of secrecy in the universe of national security, even beyond the formal apparatus of classification and clearances, is a compelling deterrent to whistleblowing and thus to effective resistance to gravely wrongful or dangerous policies.
Recently, I sat down with George Washington Law School professor and constitutional scholar Jonathan Turley and my close friend Kevin McCabe to discuss WikiLeaks' impact on transparency, the government's response, and the comparison to the Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg.
Seguiremos nuestra lucha contra el boicot económico y seguiremos publicando historias. Las amenazas del Pentágono contra nosotros hacen flaco favor a Estados Unidos y no las tendremos en cuenta.
It has been two years since the massive leaks of military and diplomatic data. The moment is ripe for an accounting. Did the leaks do harm or do good? Did Wikileaks demoralize dedicated officials and expose trusting intelligence assets to risk and reprisal?
Earlier this year he won a libel case against three newspaper publishers and a columnist for an article that called him a
Ecuador's decision to grant political asylum to Assange was both predictable and reasonable. But it is also a ground-breaking case that has considerable historic significance.
In general, the French President does not appear to be respected as a statesman. The French do not recognize Sarkozy's way of doing things as being familiar, as representing who they are, whether it be on the left or the right.