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When a leading university caves in to pressure from spooks, we all need to be afraid

The dean of Harvard University’s Kennedy School, Douglas Elmendorf, invited war crimes whistleblower and LGBTQ+ campaigner Chelsea Manning to be a visiting fellow. But the very next day, after pressure from a former and a current CIA director, the offer was rescinded. 26 more words

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The New York Times sets out its brief for Internet censorship: Samantha Power, US ambassador to the United Nations under Barack Obama, has penned a column in the New York Times advocating the use of “professional gatekeepers” to police public discourse on the Internet. via /r/WikiLeaks


The New York Times sets out its brief for Internet censorship: Samantha Power, US ambassador to the United Nations under Barack Obama, has penned a column in the New York Times advocating the use of “professional gatekeepers” to police public discourse on the Internet. 17 more words

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State of the Spy Nation; New Data Dump from WikiLeaks

Wikileaks began publishing a new series of documents it calls “Spy Files” Tuesday (September 19, 2017) including 209 documents detailing Russia’s nationwide spy apparatus being used against its own citizens, be it for suppression or theft of ideas and innovation or for blackmail of politicians and people of influence. 1,812 more words

The New York Times sets out its brief for Internet censorship--Samantha Power, US ambassador to the United Nations under Barack Obama, has penned a column advocating the use of “professional gatekeepers” to police public discourse on the Internet. via /r/WikiLeaks


The New York Times sets out its brief for Internet censorship–Samantha Power, US ambassador to the United Nations under Barack Obama, has penned a column advocating the use of “professional gatekeepers” to police public discourse on the Internet. 16 more words

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Wikileaks Publishes "Spy Files Russia" Detailing Russia's Mass Surveillance System, by Tyler Durden

There may be ulterior motives, but Wikileaks has published damaging information about the Russian government. From Tyler Durden at zerohedge.com:

Perhaps in an attempt to refute recurring allegations that it has traditionally focused on exposing only US state secrets, if not being an outright covert and subversive Moscow front, today Wikileaks… 193 more words

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