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Logan Symposium. Azeem Ibrahim: Don't Let Anyone Fool You That the WikiLeaks Affair Is Not Important. Wikileaks makes contact with US government. 22 June 2010Last updated at 10:23 By Chris Vallance BBC News Julian Assange talks about Bradley Manning Whistleblower website Wikileaks has made contact with the US government over claims that an American serviceman is one of its sources.

Wikileaks makes contact with US government

Soldier Bradley Manning has been held for three weeks without formal charge. The US is investigating claims that he passed confidential information to Wikileaks. Site editor Julian Assange told BBC News that, so far, the US authorities have not yet been in touch with him. Why WikiLeaks Is The Pirate Bay of Political Intelligence. WikiLeaks is currently in the news because its Afghan War logs comprise one of the largest and most controversial intelligence leaks to date.

Why WikiLeaks Is The Pirate Bay of Political Intelligence

But while WikiLeaks is relatively new to the public, it is actually a product of a long-established culture. Why WikiLeaks and the Mainstream Media Still Need Each Other. Alexander Hotz is a freelance multimedia journalist and public radio junkie based in New York City.

Why WikiLeaks and the Mainstream Media Still Need Each Other

Currently he teaches digital media at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. Follow Alex on Twitter at @hotzington. US source protection bill amended to exclude WikiLeaks. After Afghan War Leaks, Revisions in a Shield Bill. Senators and , Democrats of New York and California, are drafting an amendment to make clear that the bill’s protections extend only to traditional news-gathering activities and not to Web sites that serve as a conduit for the mass dissemination of secret documents.

After Afghan War Leaks, Revisions in a Shield Bill

The so-called “media shield” bill is awaiting a vote on the Senate floor. Noam Chomsky: WikiLeaks Cables Reveal "Profound Hatred for Democracy on the Part of Our Political Leadership". This is a rush transcript.

Noam Chomsky: WikiLeaks Cables Reveal "Profound Hatred for Democracy on the Part of Our Political Leadership"

Copy may not be in its final form. AMY GOODMAN: For reaction to the WikiLeaks documents, we’re joined now by world-renowned political dissident and linguist Noam Chomsky, Professor Emeritus at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, author of over a hundred books, including his latest, Hopes and Prospects. Well, 40 years ago, Noam and the late historian Howard Zinn helped government whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg edit and release the Pentagon Papers, the top-secret internal U.S. history of the Vietnam War. Noam Chomsky joins us now from Boston. It’s good to have you back again, Noam. NOAM CHOMSKY: Dan and I were friends. With Rumored Manhunt for Wikileaks Founder and Arrest of Alleged.

Wikileaks, Resistance, Genuine Heroes, and Breaking the Goddamned Rules (II) [Part I]

Wikileaks, Resistance, Genuine Heroes, and Breaking the Goddamned Rules (II)

Listening to Wikileaks Julian Assange at the European Parliament. Rarely does a lobbyist listen to someone and feel utterly impressed, no strings or cautious thoughts attached…Or at least, not an “old rot” like me…But today, just for a few minutes, I felt like “not all was lost”…that some sense would come out of the ongoing debates on how to “handle the Internet” if someone with the eloquence, brains and proven delivery record of Julian Assange could be invited to speak in a place such as the European Parliament, in the context of the ALDE organised debate on (Self) Censorship and Freedom of Expression in Europe.

Listening to Wikileaks Julian Assange at the European Parliament

Administration Hardens Stance Against Leaks to Press - NYTimes.c. He took his concerns everywhere inside the secret world: to his bosses, to the agency’s inspector general, to the Defense Department’s inspector general and to the Congressional intelligence committees.

Administration Hardens Stance Against Leaks to Press - NYTimes.c

Video: Logan Symposium: The New Initiatives. Bio Julian Assange Julian Assange is an Australian journalist, programmer and Internet activist, best known for his involvement with Wikileaks, a whistleblower website.

Video: Logan Symposium: The New Initiatives

Lowell Bergman Lowell Bergman, Director of the Investigative Reporting Program, is also a producer and correspondent for the PBS documentary series Frontline, and the Reva and David Logan Distinguished Professor of Investigative Reporting at the Graduate School of Journalism. After working in the alternative press, Bergman co-founded the Center for Investigative Reporting in 1977. WikiLeaks Documents: What War Info Can Be Verified? News + public affairs player: video. Eric Schmidt. Click on the photo to download a larger, print-quality image.

Eric Schmidt

Since joining Google in 2001, Eric Schmidt has helped grow the company from a Silicon Valley startup to a global leader in technology. As executive chairman, he is responsible for the external matters of Google: building partnerships and broader business relationships, government outreach and technology thought leadership, as well as advising the CEO and senior leadership on business and policy issues. From 2001-2011, Eric served as Google’s Chief Executive Officer, overseeing the company’s technical and business strategy alongside founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page. Schmidt "true anonymity is too dangerous."

TRUCKEE, Calif. --For those concerned with privacy, Google CEO Eric Schmidt gave them a few more things to start worrying about. At a conference here Wednesday, Schmidt noted that using artificial intelligence, computers can take 14 pictures of anyone on the Internet and stand a good chance of identifying that person. Wikileaks Fails “Due Diligence” Review. In the past week, both the Washington Post and the New York Times have referred to, the web site that publishes confidential records, as a “whistleblower” site. This conforms to WikiLeaks’ own instructions to journalists that “WikiLeaks should be described, depending on context, as the ‘open government group’, ‘anti-corruption group’, ‘transparency group’ or ‘whistleblower’s site’.” But calling WikiLeaks a whistleblower site does not accurately reflect the character of the project. It also does not explain why others who are engaged in open government, anti-corruption and whistleblower protection activities are wary of WikiLeaks or disdainful of it.

And it does not provide any clue why the Knight Foundation, the preeminent foundation funder of innovative First Amendment and free press initiatives, might have rejected WikiLeaks’ request for financial support, as it recently did. Wikileaks source suspect Manning transferred from Kuwait to Quantico, VA. John Naughton on WikiLeaks. The Gilmore aphorism about censorship first saw the light of day in 1993 – in a Time article about the internet – and since then has taken on a life of its own as a consoling mantra about the libertarian potential of the network.

"In its original form," Gilmore explains, "it meant that the Usenet software (which moves messages around in discussion newsgroups) was resistant to censorship because, if a node drops certain messages because it doesn't like their subject, the messages find their way past that node anyway by some other route. " But, he continues, "The meaning of the phrase has grown through the years. Internet users have proven it time after time, by personally and publicly replicating information that is threatened with destruction or censorship. " The aphorism came up a lot last week following publication by the Guardian, the New York Times and Der Spiegel of extensive reports based on the stash of classified US military reports published on the WikiLeaks website. Epoch Times - Wikileaks, Transparency, and National Security. By Jim FogartyEpoch Times Staff Created: June 15, 2010 Last Updated: June 15, 2010. Wikileaks editor interrogated by US border police - Americas, World.

Jacob Appelbaum, who has stood in for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange since he was advised not to travel to the US, spent three hours at a New York airport while customs officers photocopied receipts and searched his laptop, and he was again approached and questioned by FBI officers at a computer hackers conference in Las Vegas on Saturday. Two officers approached Mr Appelbaum after he had given a talk on how to subvert Chinese government internet surveillance at the annual DefCon conference.

WikiLeaks: An Editor-In-Chief Or Prolific Source? Media Player. How WikiLeaks Is Changing the World. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange being all shifty-eyed in London today. Al WP Broadcasting board decides Voice of America can peruse WikiLeak documents. Wikileaks: History Is The Only Guidebook Civilization Has (Daniel Schmitt at re:publica 2010) NOS Zoekresultaten : wikileaks. De Nederlandse Publieke Omroep maakt gebruik van cookies.

Zoek. De Nederlandse Publieke Omroep maakt gebruik van cookies. We maken een onderscheid tussen functionele cookies en cookies voor het beheer van webstatistieken, advertenties en social media. Three digital myths. Pentagon-papirer sikret i atom-bunker - VG Nett om Sverige. STOCKHOLM (VG) I løpet av oppholdet i Sverige har Wikileaks-gründeren Julian Assange (39) funnet frem til denne atomsikre bunkeren i Stockholm. Wikileaks now hosted from an underground nuclear bunker. WikiLeakiLeaks: Open Attack or Honest Attempt At Media Transparency? Gawker has had enough of the tight-lipped Wikileaks and its elusive founder, Julian Assange, it would seem. Wikileaks Servers Move To Underground Nuclear Bunker. Are Wikileaks Activists Finally Realizing Their Founder Is a Megalomaniac?

WikiLeaks: The revolution has begun – and it will be digitised. Wikileaks: bondgenoot van journalisten. WikiLeaks: Transforming journalism - Al Jazeera Top 10 Of The Year.

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