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En. TPP Transparency for Healthcare Annex Today, Wednesday 10 June 2015, WikiLeaks publishes the Healthcare Annex to the secret draft "Transparency" Chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP), along with each country’s negotiating position. The Healthcare Annex seeks to regulate state schemes for medicines and medical devices. It forces healthcare authorities to give big pharmaceutical companies more information about national decisions on public access to medicine, and grants corporations greater powers to challenge decisions they perceive as harmful to their interests.

Trade in Services Agreement WikiLeaks releases today 17 secret documents from the ongoing TISA (Trade In Services Agreement) negotiations which cover the United States, the European Union and 23 other countries including Turkey, Mexico, Canada, Australia, Pakistan, Taiwan & Israel — which together comprise two-thirds of global GDP. Trident whistleblower: nuclear ’disaster waiting to happen’ The Sony Archives. Search WikiLeaks. 2. Act normal If you are a high-risk source, avoid saying anything or doing anything after submitting which might promote suspicion. In particular, you should try to stick to your normal routine and behaviour. 3.

Remove traces of your submission If you are a high-risk source and the computer you prepared your submission on, or uploaded it from, could subsequently be audited in an investigation, we recommend that you format and dispose of the computer hard drive and any other storage media you used. In particular, hard drives retain data after formatting which may be visible to a digital forensics team and flash media (USB sticks, memory cards and SSD drives) retain data even after a secure erasure.

If you do this and are a high-risk source you should make sure there are no traces of the clean-up, since such traces themselves may draw suspicion. 4. If a legal action is brought against you as a result of your submission, there are organisations that may help you. O castigo de Julian Assange: Condenado sem ter sido acusado. Escondido numa rua lateral de um dos mais refinados bairros londrinos, em frente do enorme edifício dos armazéns Harrods, ergue-se um edifício de apartamentos da época vitoriana onde se encontra a Embaixada do Equador.

Julian Assange, o fundador e redator responsável da Wikileaks, o site que divulgou documentos secretos, entrou na embaixada a 19 de junho de 2012 e desde então não pôs um pé na rua. O Equador deu-lhe asilo político, mas o Reino Unido nega-se a conceder-lhe o visto para sair do país e quer extraditá-lo para a Suécia, onde teria de comparecer perante um promotor acusado de denúncias de abuso sexual, apesar de nunca terem sido apresentadas acusações formais contra ele. Há cerca de três anos que está preso na embaixada, sem sequer ter a possibilidade de ver a luz durante uma hora por dia, um direito de que goza a maioria dos prisioneiros. Todos os possíveis delitos pelos quais Assange é procurado na Suécia, exceto um, prescreverão em agosto. Julian Assange on the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Secretive Deal Isn’t About Trade, But Corporate Control.

This is a rush transcript. Copy may not be in its final form. AMY GOODMAN: We return to our exclusive interview with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. I spoke to him inside the Ecuadorean Embassy in London on Monday. AMY GOODMAN: Julian Assange, let’s stay with the United States for a moment, with the TPP, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which certainly doesn’t only involve the United States, but there’s a huge debate within the United States about it right now. And I dare say, some of that debate is as a result of what WikiLeaks revealed.

For some people, this treaty, that will determine 40 percent of the global economy, the only thing that we have seen about it comes from WikiLeaks. Explain what the TPP is and the information that you got, that you put out about this top-secret agreement. JULIAN ASSANGE: Well, the TPP is an international treaty that has 29 different chapters. AMY GOODMAN: They can go into a room and look at it. JULIAN ASSANGE: They can go into a room. WikiLeaks - en. Trident whistleblower: nuclear ’disaster waiting to happen’ "Please make sure this information is released. I don’t want to be in prison without anyone knowing the truth. " These are the words of UK Royal Navy "Trident" nuclear weapons submariner William McNeilly, aged 25. Bundestag Inquiry into BND and NSA / NSA Untersuchungsausschuss Today, Tuesday 12 May, WikiLeaks releases ten months of transcripts from the ongoing German Parliamentary inquiry into NSA activities in Germany.

The Sony Archives Today, 16 April 2015, WikiLeaks publishes an analysis and search system for The Sony Archives: 30,287 documents from Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) and 173,132 emails, to and from more than 2,200 SPE email addresses. TPP Investment Chapter WikiLeaks releases today the "Investment Chapter" from the secret negotiations of the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) agreement. CIA Travel Advice to Operatives CIA Review of High-Value Target Assassination Programs Updated TPP Intellectual Property Chapter. Assange Reveals That The West is Behind ISIS And Ukraine Crisis And Israel Behind Hamas AnonHQ. March 27th, 2015 | by CoNN Activism Washington might hope that it has Assange cornered, but despite the man’s inability to physically move anywhere, it would seem that it is he who is doing all the cornering.

He explained to an Argentinian paper how US intervention in Ukraine had led to civil war, how the West had helped ISIS, and why Israel supported Hamas. The United States has spent “A lot of time Trying to Bring Ukraine to the West,” the WikiLeaks Founder said in an Interview to Pagina / 12, Argentinian newspaper on Monday. “If it cannot be with a NATO membership, at least it becomes independent from Moscow’s sphere of influence, to reduce Russian industrial-military complex and its naval bases in Crimea.” Kiev’s first step closer to NATO was in December 2014, when President Petro Poroshenko signed a law cancelling the Ukraine ‘non-bloc status’ and promised to hold a national referendum on joining up with NATO in the next five to six years. US government still hunting WikiLeaks as Obama targets whistleblowers | Media. The US government is conducting an active, long-term criminal investigation into WikiLeaks, a federal judge has confirmed in court documents.

Five years after Julian Assange and his team began publishing the massive dump of US state secrets leaked by an army intelligence analyst, two wings of the Department of Justice and the FBI remain engaged in a criminal investigation of the open-information website that is of a “long-term duration”, “multi-subject” in nature and that “remains in the investigative state”. The disclosure was made in the course of a ruling from the US district court for the District of Columbia, the jurisdiction of which covers federal agencies, and underlines the Obama administration’s dogged pursuit of WikiLeaks and its unprecedentedly aggressive legal campaign against official whistleblowers. WikiLeaks’s lawyer, Michael Ratner, said the disclosure was significant because, coming from such a high court, it left no doubt about the US government’s intentions.

Wikileaks confirma que la UE planea entregar los servicios a las multinacionales. Anonymous - Wikileaks Full Documentary. Secret Trade in Services Agreement (TISA) - Financial Services Annex. WikiLeaks Release of Secret Trade in Services Agreement (TISA) Financial Services Annex Consolidated Text (April 14, 2014) This Document Contains TISA- U.S.CONFIDENTIAL Information MODIFIED HANDLING AUTHORIZED* LIMITED Annex [X]: Financial Services Consolidation of text proposals as of 14 April 2014 *Working consolidated draft among the proponents as of 14 April 2014; draft is without prejudice to further proposals or positions of the proponents.

Article X.1: Scope This section/Annex applies to measures affecting the supply of financial services [TR: subject to any conditions, reservations and qualifications inscribed in its Schedule of specific commitments.] Article X.2: Definitions For purposes of this Annex/section: A financial service is any service of a financial nature offered by a financial service supplier of a Party. [US: Article X.3: Scheduling Financial Services Commitments Market Access [EU, US: Article X.4: Standstill Article X.5: Monopoly Rights Article X.7: Commercial Presence 1bis. EU External Freedom of Expression Policy. (on 2014-04-15) Today WikiLeaks released the second Draft of EU Human Rights Guidelines on Freedom of Opinion and Expression Online and Offline, an instrument which sets how the EU is to treat these subjects and their priorities in the foreign policy of the European Union, for example, the EU response to censorship of TV stations in the Ukraine and certain aspects of US mass surveillance.

The Guidelines cover significant ground, including activating EU sanctions in response to "restrictions of freedom of expression". The Guidelines were supposed to be released by the end of 2013, a deadline established by the EU Strategic Framework and Action Plan on Human Rights and Democracy - but were not. The Guidelines validate data collection by indicating that "public security may justify the gathering of sensitive information". The protection for whistleblowers and emerging forms of journalism is ambiguous. Download the EU External Freedom of Expression Policy draft here. Julian Assange Says He Will Leave Ecuadorian Embassy 'Soon' After Reports Of Ill-Health. Julian Assange has said he will leave the Ecuadorian Embassy "soon", after reportedly falling ill in his two years hiding there to avoid arrest and extradition. Assange was speaking at a press conference this morning after Sky News reported he was considering surrendering to police, meaning he would be extradited to Sweden to face rape charges.

He has claimed the extradition would see him removed to the US to face prosecution over Wikileaks' publication of warlogs and diplomatic cables that shook the international establishment. Though he was eventually granted asylum in Ecuador, he has been unable to leave the embassy to take it up as Metropolitan Police officers have guarded it since Assange entered and will arrest him if makes any attempt to leave. Now, he suffers from a heart defect, a lack of vitamin D and a chronic lung condition after 26 months of confinement, it has been reported. He declined to elaborate when asked. "He's had enough. Story continues beneath slideshow Britain Assange. Wikileaks proba como Israel aplica plans económicos para afogar a Gaza - Mundo.

Vota: Documentos difundidos pola web de Assange demostran que Tel Aviv planifica operacións para que a poboación da Faixa “funcione en precario, só un pouco por riba da crise humanitaria”. “Autoridades israelitas confirmaron en diversas ocasións aos funcionarios da Embaixada (dos Estados Unidos) que a intención do goberno de Israel é manter a economía de Gaza a funcionar num nivel precario, só un pouco por enriba dunha crise humanitaria”.

Este é o primeiro parágrafo dun telegrama enviado pola Embaixada dos EUA en Tel Aviv para Washington a 3 de novembro de 2008, divulgado polo web Wikileaks o pasado 4 de agosto. Documentos da embaixada americana falan de uso de palestinos como escudos humanos ou do bombardeo de hospitais O telegrama forma parte dunha serie de documentos divulgados polo medio dirixido polo australiano Julian Assange sobre o conflito entre Israel e Palestina. WikiLeaks revela cómo Israel debilita la economía de Gaza. Debilitar la economía de Gaza "Las autoridades israelíes han confirmado a funcionarios de la Embajada en múltiples ocasiones que tienen intención de mantener la economía de Gaza funcionando al nivel más bajo posible y compatible con evitar una crisis humanitaria", reza un documento secreto de noviembre de 2008.

El Consejo de Seguridad Nacional de Israel trata de controlar la cantidad de dinero que entra en Gaza cada mes. Los interlocutores de las fuentes estadounidenses explicaron que el NSC no permitirá ninguna transferencia a gran escala de los activos de los bancos con sede en Ramallah a sus sucursales en Gaza. "El NSC se rige por el principio de que Gaza debe recibir dinero suficiente para cubrir las necesidades básicas de la población, pero no está interesado en devolver la economía de Gaza a un estado normal de comercio y negocios", reza el documento, que es citado por Wikileaks.

¿Israel, detrás de la creación de Hamás? Ataques contra las instalaciones de la ONU. “La tecnología debe utilizarse como un mecanismo de protesta”: Julian Assange. (8 de agosto, 2014).- Frente a decenas de defensores de derechos humanos, en su mayoría jóvenes, Julian Assange, fundador del portal Wikileaks, pidió ayer extrema cautela al ex analista de inteligencia estadounidense Edward Snowden si decide salir de Rusia, donde fue autorizado a quedarse tres años más.

Durante el ciclo de conferencias “Sin protesta no hay democracia”, convocado por la organización Artículo 19, Julian Assange pidió a Snowden a través de una videoconferencia, proteger su integridad física, luego de que varios países le negaran el asilo político, lo cual, con especial énfasis en la negativa europea, calificó de “triste e indicativo”, pues “tienen demasiado miedo de Estados Unidos”. En el caso de Alemania, destacó, a pesar del “arrollador apoyo” del pueblo que recibió Snowden, el gobierno expresó su preocupación de acuerdo a Assange, porque la relación de Alemania con Estados Unidos se podría ver afectada. Comenta. Australia prohíbe compartir filtración de WikiLeaks. Algo raro pasa en Australia. No se trata únicamente de la idea de implementar un sistema de vigilancia masiva -pagado con los impuestos de los australianos- que retenga los datos de las comunicaciones de sus habitantes.

WikiLeaks ha hecho pública una prohibición para referirse en aquél país a un caso de corrupción que involucra a autoridades de Indonesia, Malasia y Vietnam. Uno imaginaría que este tipo de medidas desproporcionadas tendrían una explicación lógica -pero igual de reprobable- si involucraran a autoridades australianas y no a las de otros países.

Sin embargo, el mismo documento explica que busca evitar problemas diplomáticos con las 3 naciones involucradas, ante el riesgo de que la reputación de 17 personas pudiera ser manchada. La prohibición, que tendrá una vigencia de 5 años en todo el territorio australiano, es vista como algo sumamente negativo por el fundador de WikiLeaks, Julian Assange. Assange no exagera. 08TELAVIV2447_a. Wikileaks: It is time to publish all the ... USA: One year after her conviction Chelsea Manning must be released. Social media users could be charged for sharing Wikileaks story. Julian Assange, Wikileaks publisher, described the Victorian Supreme Court suppression order as 'unprecedented'. Social media users could land themselves in legal hot water if they share Wikileaks' reporting of a secret suppression order made by the Victorian Supreme Court.

The wide-ranging suppression order was published on the group's website on Wednesday and was quickly shared on websites including Twitter and Google+. Fairfax Media's report of Wikileaks' action created a strong response on social media, and was shared thousands of times within minutes of the exclusive report's publication. It is against the law for Australian media organisations to publish the contents of the suppression order. Advertisement Media lawyer Peter Bartlett, from Minter Ellison, said anyone who tweets a link to the Wikileaks report, posts it on Facebook, or shares it in any way online could also face charges.

DECLARACIÓN JURADA DE Julian Paul Assange. Sarah Harrison: "No poder negar la verdad es lo que más les aterra" WikiLeaks pone al descubierto una industria de espionaje sigilosa e incontrolable | Megadato. Wikileaks: Leaked TISA Text Shows US, EU Aggressively Rolling Back Regulations. Wikileaks confirma que la UE planea entregar los servicios a las multinacionales. Los abogados de Snowden: “No solo han escuchado a Rajoy o a Merkel, nos han escuchado a todos” WikiLeaks: EE.UU. estuvo detrás de la tragedia de Bagua en Perú.