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Documents 2. Act normal If you are a high-risk source, avoid saying anything or doing anything after submitting which might promote suspicion. 3. 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.

Crowdleaks Banking Blockade (on 2011-06-28) For information on how to beat the banks visit our donate page. For further information on the banking blockade against WikiLeaks download this PDF. A kit with full information on the blockade and tools to assist WikiLeaks through it can be downloaded here. Created: 24th October, 1pm GMT WikiLeaks has published the biggest leaks in journalistic history. As a result, WikiLeaks has been running on cash reserves for the past eleven months. The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has openly criticized the financial blockade against WikiLeaks, as have the UN Special Rapporteur on the Promotion and Protection the Right to Freedom of Opinion and Expression and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression. The most powerful players in the banking industry have shown themselves to be a politicized arm of Washington. Feed the fuel between the feuding groups. Our battles will be costly. Financial Blockade: Chronology Send to Friend Print

Search -- WikiLeaks War Diaries "Aveugler la conspiration" : dès 2006, la conception de WikiLeaks En 2006, alors qu’il s’apprêtait à lancer WikiLeaks, Julian Assange avait déjà théorisé sur son blog sa conception de la transparence, et l’importance de prendre le contrôle de l’information contre le pouvoir. Extraits de ce manifeste toujours d’actualité. Le blog personnel de Julian Assange, Iq.org, n’est plus en ligne, mais il reste accessible via le site internet Archive. On y trouve notamment un texte daté du 3 décembre 2006, intitulé « De la conspiration comme mode de gouvernance ». Un manifeste annonçant les actions d’éclat de WikiLeaks, jusqu’à la révélation dimanche soir de milliers de documents sur les secrets de la diplomatie américaine. Dans ce texte, Julian Assange estime que les régimes politiques « autoritaires » reposent sur des conspirations, et que ces conspirations tirent elles-mêmes leurs forces des informations dont elles disposent. Avec WikiLeaks, Julian Assange est passé à la pratique. Des « conspirations » basées sur le secret

Journalisme de données vs gros seins TTBM La version française du Guide du Datajournalisme, sortie fin août, a censuré préféré ne publier qu’une partie de ma contribution : pour expliquer l’intérêt du journalisme de données, j’y dressais en effet un parallèle un petit peu osé entre la gastronomie, l’artisanat et les personnes « bien montées« … J’aurais pu écrire que le « journalisme de données » est au journalisme (d’investigation) ce que Google est au Bottin mondain, qu’on peut faire bien plus avec un ordinateur qu’avec du papier et des crayons, une caméra ou un enregistreur de sons, que les journalistes qui ne vérifient pas ce qu’ils « rapportent » (ou qui s’expriment sur des sujets qu’ils ne connaissent pas) font bien plus de tort à la profession que Google News ou la soi-disant « gratuité » de l’Internet… Les journalistes aiment bien aller sur le terrain, en reportage, et/ou recueillir des témoignages. Comment parler de 18 000 morts ? Signaler ce contenu comme inapproprié

IQ.ORG The State is a condition, a certain relationship between human beings, a mode of behavior; we destroy it by contracting other relationships, by behaving differently toward one another....We are the state, and we shall continue to be the state until we have created the institutions that form a real community and society of men. Gustav Landauer, Schwache Stattsmanner, Schwacheres Volk!, June, 1910 Wed 29 Aug 2007 : Iirrationality in argument The truth is not found on the page, but is a wayward sprite that bursts forth from the readers mind for reasons of its own. I once thought that the Truth was a set comprised of all the things that were true, and the big truth could be obtained by taking all its component propositions and evaluating them until nothing remained. Often we suffer to read, "But if we believe X then we'll have to Sat 16 Jun 2007 : Nataliya Did I ever tell you about the time Nataliya took me out to go get a drink with her? (with apologies) link A United Soviet of America. link

La peste graphique – Data Colada – Medium Le camembert (ou pie chart, comme disent les anglo-saxons) est partout. Discutons un peu plus de ce graphique si fréquent et pourtant si peu utile. Malheureusement, les camemberts sont omniprésents. Je me souviens avoir eu un soupir de soulagement en lisant The Functional Art (d’Alberto Cairo) il y a quelques années ; il y parlait de ce qu’il a appelé “the bubble plague”. Il parlait assez spécifiquement de l’utilisation des bulles et autres ronds pour présenter visuellement des comparaisons exactes et des quantités précises. Je mets l’utilisation abusive du camembert dans cette même catégorie de pestes graphiques. Les camemberts et les bulles sont le Comic Sans de la visualisation. Les bulles (vous et nous) mentent Je vais vous la faire courte : quand on regarde une bulle (un cercle, quoi), ce qu’on voit, c’est une aire. Ce n’est pas du tout la même chose. Les camemberts peuvent provoquer une indigestion visuelle Je ne suis pas fan des arguments d’autorité. Fantastique, hein. OK. P.S.

Wikileaks' Julian Assange exposes truth about evil empires and their war on journalists, whistleblowers (NaturalNews) Wikileaks' whistleblower Julian Assange rocked the world today, delivering a speech from the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Assange had recently sought political asylum from the government of Ecuador, and he was granted that asylum by Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa. Shortly after being accepted into the embassy and treated with great compassion by the Ecuadorian staff, Julian was threatened by the terrorist government of the UK. That government showed its true warmongering nature by threatening an armed raid on the embassy for the purpose of kidnapping Julian Assange. In all this, Julian Assange has emerged as the moral hero, besieged by powerful, corrupt empires intent on crushing the truth and suppressing journalistic freedoms. Even in the face of great evil, Assange found the strength to lay out this fundamental truth: "There must be no more foolish talk about prosecuting any media organization, be it Wikileaks or be in the New York Times."

Population carcérale en France Cet article contient diverses statistiques sur la population carcérale en France. Évolution[modifier | modifier le code] Évolution de l'activité carcérale en France de 1997 à 2008. Source: statistiques du Ministère de la Justice[1],[2],[3],[4],[5],[6],[7] L'évolution de la population carcérale et du nombre de places en France est la suivante[note 1] : en 1946 : 62 000 personnes détenues en métropole, ce qui donne un taux de détention record de 155 détenus pour 100 000 habitants, près de la moitié des prisonniers étant incarcéré pour fait de collaboration[8] ;en 1957 : 20 000 personnes détenues, soit le taux de détention le plus bas de l'histoire de 45 détenus pour 100 000 habitants[8] ;de 1950-1980 : La population carcérale française regroupe, en plus des détenus de droit commun, de nombreux prisonniers bénéficiant d'un régime pénitentiaire spécial, 25 % des détenus étant des Nord Africains en 1959 (contexte de la guerre d'Algérie). Au 1er juillet 2018 : Notes[modifier | modifier le code]

WikiLeaks and the Global Future of Free Speech Ecuador has acted in accordance with important principles of international human rights. Indeed, nothing could demonstrate the appropriateness of Ecuador’s action more than the British government’s threat to violate a sacrosanct principle of diplomatic relations and invade the embassy to arrest Mr. Assange. Since WikiLeaks’ founding, it has revealed the “Collateral Murder” footage that shows the seemingly indiscriminate killing of Baghdad civilians by a United States Apache attack helicopter; further fine-grained detail about the true face of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars; United States collusion with Yemen’s dictatorship to conceal our responsibility for bombing strikes there; the Obama administration’s pressure on other nations not to prosecute Bush-era officials for torture; and much more. Predictably, the response from those who would prefer that Americans remain in the dark has been ferocious. All such allegations must be thoroughly investigated before Mr. Mr. If Mr.

Extreme Presentation Tools - Extreme Presentation We’ve consolidated all the most useful tools from the Extreme Presentation method here. Feel free to contact us and let us know if there is anything you would like us to add. The tools are below. 1. The layouts that pass the squint test can be found at www.Powerframeworks.com/squint-test 2. The Chart Chooser is here in pdf form, and the dynamic version is at www.ChartChooser.com. 3. The Anatomy of a Conference Room Style slide is here. 4. The Change This manifesto, explaining the research behind the Ballroom/Conference Room style differences, is here. 5. You can sign up for our email distribution list (2-3 emails/year) right here. 6. The Extreme Presentation blog is here. 7. Details on the two books on the Extreme Presentation method are here. 8. www.Prezi.com and my take on it.

The Spy files WikiLeaks: The Spy Files Mass interception of entire populations is not only a reality, it is a secret new industry spanning 25 countries It sounds like something out of Hollywood, but as of today, mass interception systems, built by Western intelligence contractors, including for ’political opponents’ are a reality. Today WikiLeaks began releasing a database of hundreds of documents from as many as 160 intelligence contractors in the mass surveillance industry. International surveillance companies are based in the more technologically sophisticated countries, and they sell their technology on to every country of the world. But the WikiLeaks Spy Files are more than just about ’good Western countries’ exporting to ’bad developing world countries’. Selling Surveillance to Dictators Trovicor, previously a subsidiary of Nokia Siemens Networks, supplied the Bahraini government with interception technologies that tracked human rights activist Abdul Ghani Al Khanjar. Orwell’s World

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