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Wikileaks - Assange - Revolution now! + Anonymous + Bradley Manning a Snowden
Informace o Wikileaks, Assangovi, Snowdenovi, Manningovi...

mapa mirroru WL http://labs.vis4.net/wikileaks/mirrors/
online twitter kanaly Anonymous http://hacktivists.org/
aktuální info o dění kolem WL v CZ http://twitter.com/#!/leaks_info_cz
bradleymanning.org http://www.bradleymanning.org/

O smysluplnosti Wikileaks a jestli je Assange zloduch nebo hrdina diskutujte prosim zde: [ WikiLeaks ] Držte se prosím tématu podpory a toho co se aktuálně ve prospěch Assange a Wikileks děje. Zítra budou zbytečné diskuse mazány, resp. opakování bude za banán
Máte k tomu co říct? Vložte se do diskuze.
TADEAS --- 23:12:10 13.1.2021
Yanis Varoufakis: "They don't want to extradite Assange. They want to kill him." | DiEM25
TADEAS --- 20:38:59 12.1.2021
Zveřejnit vše jako Assange? Dbal jsem na zodpovědnost, říká britský novinář - Seznam Zprávy
TADEAS --- 9:10:48 8.1.2021
What's next for Julian Assange? (Waters, Eno, Loach, Varoufakis, Stefania Maurizi conversation).
TADEAS --- 23:40:13 5.1.2021
Rozhodnutí britského soudu nevydat Assange je logické, USA si za ně mohou samy
TADEAS --- 19:01:11 5.1.2021
??? --- 18:51:02 5.1.2021
Artists for Assange
TADEAS --- 18:03:37 5.1.2021
“Victory for Julian”: U.K. Blocks WikiLeaks Founder Assange Extradition to U.S. on Espionage Charges
YMLADRIS --- 13:10:19 4.1.2021
Julian Assange cannot be extradited to US, British judge rules | Julian Assange | The Guardian
TADEAS --- 17:57:46 31.12.2020
media.ccc.de -Why We Must Save Julian Assange and WikiLeaks

by: Stefania Maurizi

Can a journalist reveal state secrets when they cover up very serious human rights violations, war crimes and torture? This is what the Julian Assange and WikiLeaks case is about. Assange's persecution is a judicial case that will decide how far journalism can go in Western democracies.

For the first time in the history of the United States a journalist may end up in prison for publishing truthful information in the public interest. It’s unprecedented. And it should be a wake up call: our democracies are getting so dystopian that the war criminals enjoy impunity, whereas a journalist exposing war crimes faces life imprisonment. We can't afford to lose this case: we must save Julian Assange and the WikiLeaks journalists. In this presentation Stefania Maurizi, Italian investigative journalist who partnered with WikiLeaks will go back ten years into the most complex, intricate and crucial case concerning journalism and free speech today. As a first-hand witness working with Assange within the Ecuadorian embassy and a witness before the UK court, she will detail her work documenting some of the most obscure aspects of the long-term campaign of attacks against WikiLeaks, spanning accross five jurisdictions.
TADEAS --- 17:51:43 31.12.2020
media.ccc.de -CIA vs. Wikileaks

In this talk, I aim to report and show a collection of observations, physical, visual and other evidence of the last years incidents that strongly indicate a context of the US Central Intelligence Agency and/or potentially other entities of the US Government actions against Wikileaks and surrounding persons and organisations.

While the area of technical surveillance, SIGINT/COMINT and related Organizations and Methods have been more or less well understood in the hacker scene, the tactics and methods experienced and discussed in this talk are of a different type: For the moment, I would call it "initimidation surveillance" as it lacks the aspect of "covert" type of actions.

On the last Chaos Communication Congress, I have analysed the technical aspects of the surveillance in and surrounding the ecuadorian embassy where Julian Assange stayed; this talk shows what happened to other people - friends of Assange, supporters of Wikileaks etc - not only in England, but also in other countries / other parts of the world.

The idea is to not only show the scope of activities but also to contribute to a better understanding of these tactics, that might be applied also in completely different political environments where governments act in extralegal ways against activities they dislike, although they that are not a crime or easily criminalized.