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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 --- 22:04:40 4.3.2018
(2005) Representatives of the Czech External Intelligence Service, or UZSI, met with NSA counterintelligence and human intelligence support analysts at NSA headquarters. They traded information and software, and discussed collection of Russian communications. The Czech Republic is now an “official Third Party partner.”

The NSA, as previously reported, was essentially let inside UZSI’s “SIGINT vault” in early 2005. By late 2005, the U.S. and Czech Republic appeared to have officially solidified their “Third Party” signals intelligence-sharing partnership and UZSI, over the course of at least three visits in six months, presented their American counterparts with a slew of information, largely about Russian government and business interests according to two articles in SIDtoday. These files included information about the communications of Russian and Belarusian arms dealers, banking networks, and counterintelligence targets. They also gave the Americans a program designed to identify Russian words in voice communications. “Our ability to jointly produce valuable SIGINT while enjoying each other’s company and learning about our cultural differences may indeed make this the start of a beautiful friendship,” wrote a staffer from the central European branch of the NSA’s foreign affairs directorate.

Snowden Archive - Czech Mates?

Snowden Archive - US, Czech and Japanese -- All at the Same Table
TADEAS --- 21:54:31 9.1.2018
??? --- 11:40:45 2.11.2017
This Weekend: Celebrate the Life and Work of Aaron Swartz at the Internet Archive | Electronic Frontier Foundation
KOCOURMIKES --- 18:03:28 11.3.2017
BLOOD_ELF: ozeni se s Pamelou?
BLOOD_ELF --- 17:40:59 11.3.2017
Vime kde je ted Assange?
TADEAS --- 14:26:08 7.3.2017
TADEAS --- 12:50:40 17.1.2017
C3TV -3 Years After Snowden: Is Germany fighting State Surveillance?

Snowden: Surveillance is about control - EDRi

As Snowden pointed out, we’ve repeatedly seen evidence that mass surveillance is actually not effective in stopping terrorism. And yet despite that, we see more and more political support, not only to continue these programmes, but to expand them, and to fund them to even greater levels. As we see in many of EU countries, there is a trend of giving more power to the intelligence agencies, without the reflection of how their activities affect citizens’ rights.


Democracy is supposed to be the informed consent of the governed. However, if we are not informed, we cannot really consent to what is happening. Snowden revelations and the inquiry committee in Germany have shown that “spy agencies” function in a way that contradicts the principle of democracy, since they are operating in secret and there’s often no control over whether they are breaking laws.

Snowden pointed out the new harsh surveillance legislation in China and Russia passed with the argument of “just keeping up with the Western world”. He expressed his concern about our society no longer being worried about human rights – we are only barely concerned with the rights of our co-citizens. However, Snowden reminded the audience, human rights are universal, and regulated by several international rights agreements and treaties.

The fact is that no country is immune to the trend of increasing mass surveillance. Rights are being violated indiscriminately by intelligence agencies, not only in China and Russia, but in the US, Germany, in the UK, in Canada. And as Snowden put it, secret government is necessarily a bad government. In order not to have bad governments, we have to take action. It might seem that Snowden is preaching to the choir, but his appeal to stand for our privacy and the privacy of others still generates much-needed inspiration.

TOM --- 19:10:41 2.1.2017
Hledal jsem nějaký článek, který by vyvracel rumours, že jsou wikileaks pobočkou FSB, ale nacházím jenom potvrzující spekulace. Nevíte o něčem?
KOCOURMIKES --- 19:36:05 14.11.2016
Inside The Strange, Paranoid World Of Julian Assange - BuzzFeed News