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BBC - WikiLeaks: The Secret Life of a Superpower (Ep. 1)

BBC - WikiLeaks: The Secret Life of a Superpower (Ep. 1)
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US Nicknames and Codewords (Updated: January 18, 2014) Below is a listing of nicknames and codewords related to US Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) and Communications Security (COMSEC). Most of them are from the NSA, some are from other government or military agencies. NICKNAMES are generally unclassified. CODEWORDS are always classified and always consist of a single word. Due to very strict secrecy, it's not always clear whether we see a nickname or a codeword, but terms mentioned in public sources like job descriptions are of course unclassified nicknames. Please keep in mind that a listing like this will always be work in progress (this list has been copied on some other websites and forums, but only this one is being updated frequently!). See also the lists of Abbreviations and Acronyms and British Nicknames and Codewords

Advisory Board From WikiLeaks Phillip Adams, writer, broadcaster & film maker Phillip Adams Phillip Adams is a prolific writer and film-maker of over 30 books and films. A foundation member of the Australia Council and chairman of the Film, Radio and Television Board, Phillip has chaired the Australian Film Institute, the Australian Film Commission, Film Australia and the National Australia Day Council. Julian Assange, investigative journalist, programmer and activist Julian Assange Born in Australia to a touring theatre family, Julian attended 37 schools and 6 universities. Wang Dan, leading Tiananmen dissident & historian Wang Dan Wang Dan’s leadership role in China's Tiananmen Square democracy movement earned him the top spot on China’s list of “21 Most Wanted Beijing Student Leaders.” Wang was interviewed and appeared in the documentary The Beijing Crackdown and the movie Moving the Mountain, about the Tiananmen Square protests. CJ Hinke, Writer, Academic, Activist Ben Laurie, internet security expert

300+ Mind Expanding Documentaries I watch a lot of documentaries. I think they are incredible tools for learning and increasing our awareness of important issues. The power of an interesting documentary is that it can open our minds to new possibilities and deepen our understanding of the world. On this list of mind expanding documentaries you will find different viewpoints, controversial opinions and even contradictory ideas. Watching documentaries is one of my favorite methods of self-education. [1] Life In The Biosphere Explore the wonder and interconnectedness of the biosphere through the magic of technology. HomeHow Many People Can Live on Planet EarthThe Magical ForestAnts: Nature’s Secret PowerMt. [2] Creativity and Design: Learn about all the amazing things that people create with their imaginations. [3] The Education Industrial Complex: The modern school where young minds are moulded into standardized citizens by the state. [4] The Digital Revolution: [5] A New Civilization: THRIVE: What On Earth Will It Take? [8] War:

DARPA The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is one of the most important organizations we have in America today. While most of the country lays fast asleep to the dangers of the encroaching surveillance state, the EFF is always vigilantly at work on the front lines. In their latest article, they show that military drones are already flying all over these United States and, using information received from a FOIA lawsuit they provide important details on what is flying and where. These records, received as a result of EFF’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), come from state and local law enforcement agencies, universities and—for the first time—three branches of the U.S. military: the Air Force, Marine Corps, and DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency). Perhaps the scariest is the technology carried by a Reaper drone the Air Force is flying near Lincoln, Nevada and in areas of California and Utah. Full article here.

Amnesty International hails WikiLeaks and Guardian as Arab spring 'catalysts' | World news The world faces a watershed moment in human rights with tyrants and despots coming under increasing pressure from the internet, social networking sites and the activities of WikiLeaks, Amnesty International says in its annual roundup. The rights group singles out WikiLeaks and the newspapers that pored over its previously confidential government files, among them the Guardian, as a catalyst in a series of uprisings against repressive regimes, notably the overthrow of Tunisia's long-serving president, Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali. "The year 2010 may well be remembered as a watershed year when activists and journalists used new technology to speak truth to power and, in so doing, pushed for greater respect for human rights," Amnesty's secretary general, Salil Shetty, says in an introduction to the document. "It is also the year when repressive governments faced the real possibility that their days were numbered."

3 Censored TED Talks They Do Not Want You To See The current world order establishment has plenty to gain by keeping the people of the planet in the dark about ideas that can lead to a revolution in human consciousness. 1. Graham Hancock – The War on Consciousness Hancock's TED Talk, “The War on Consciousness”, was deliberately removed from YouTube: “Graham Hancock’s talk, again, shares a compelling and unorthodox worldview, but one that strays well beyond the realm of reasonable science. While attempting to critique the scientific worldview, he misrepresents what scientists actually think…” Chris Anderson, [TED]. Graham Hancock is the author of major international bestsellers, his books have sold more than five million copies worldwide and have been translated into 27 languages. 2. TED also removed the recent talk by author and bio-chemist Rupert Sheldrake. 3. Entrepreneur Rick Hanauer's presentation is surrounded by controversy because after it was recorded, it was passed over for publication by TED. Related:

Clapper: I Gave 'The Least Untruthful Answer' To Wyden's 'Beating Your Wife' Question On Data Surveillance There's been a lot of coverage of the exchange between Senator Ron Wyden and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, in which Wyden asked Clapper about whether or not data on millions of Americans has been captured. Here's the exact text: Wyden: Does the NSA collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of Americans? Clapper: No sir. Wyden: It does not? If you'd like to see the exchange for yourself, here you go: Last week, Clapper claimed that he thought that Wyden was only asking him about emails, even though Wyden clearly states "any type of data." ANDREA MITCHELL: Senator Wyden made quite a lot out of your exchange with him last March during the hearings. That's quite an answer. So, now we have the Director of National Intelligence lying, admitting to lying, and then blaming the questioner by making two separate false claims about his question ("it was about email" and "it was a loaded question").

Questions and Answers Are you affiliated with WikiLeaks? No. We are an unofficial WikiLeaks resource site 'endorsed' by WikiLeaks (meaning they like us). But the association stops there. There is no affiliation. Click here for further information. How do I bring information to the attention of WL Central? How do I contribute a news article? How do I become a reporter for WL Central? Click here for further information. This is currently the only way to apply for membership as the spam has been debilitating. What type of information does WL Central publish? E² Intervention Architecture | Da Vinci Learning Sunday, 29 September 2013 @ 20:00 How did progress take priority over human kind? How could the desire for a modern way of life that threatens our future be considered a way of life? Could it be that suburbs in Los Angeles affect the melting ice caps of Antarctica? And deforestation in the Congo affects the typhoons of Japan? Now we must face the challenges for what they are – opportunities to reinvent and redesign. E2 Intervention Architecture tracks 5 winning projects that embrace the ethical and philosophical criteria, epitomized by the prestigious Aga Khan Award for Architecture. Within an hour, the programme visits diverse global projects from a wetlands restoration project in Saudi Arabia to the revitalization of a French Colonial heritage site in Tunisia to a Bridge School in China that reconnected a community, becoming the cultural centre of the village – all this to underline there is one world, facing the same challenges in a shared future that can be made better.

United States Army Field Manuals United States Army Field Manual 5-25, Explosives and Demolitions, from the Vietnam War era. United States Army Lt. Gen. John Kimmons with a copy of the Army Field Manual, FM 2-22.3, Human Intelligence Collector Operations, in 2006 United States Army Field Manuals are published by the United States Army's Army Publishing Directorate. Use of Field Manuals[edit] Wikifying the Field Manuals[edit] According to The New York Times (14 August 2009), the Army has started to "wikify" certain field manuals – allowing any authorized user to update the manuals.[3] This process, specifically using the MediaWiki arm of the military's professional networking application, milSuite, was recognized by the White House as an Open Government Initiative in 2010.[4] List of selected field manuals[edit] FM 1, The Army[A] – "establishes the fundamental principles for employing landpower." Notes about Further Reading A. ^ Headquarters, Department of the Army (14 June 2005). — Part A: Begin – Chapter 4 (PDF).

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