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Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis: Icelandic Blackmail Discussion With Max Keiser and Birgitta Jonsdottir, a Member of the Icelandic Parliament

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Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis: Icelandic Blackmail Discussion With Max Keiser and Birgitta Jonsdottir, a Member of the Icelandic Parliament

Appeals court to activists: Nope, you can't see what else the Feds have on you

arstechnica.com
On Friday, a federal appeals court in Virginia ruled (PDF) that three activists involved in a WikiLeaks investigation have no right to find out what companies the government sought information from other than Twitter. In November 2011, a district court judge found that prosecutors could compel Twitter to give...
Appeals court to activists: Nope, you can't see what else the Feds have on you

Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis: Icelandic Blackmail Discussion With Max Keiser and Birgitta Jonsdottir, a Member of the Icelandic Parliament

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Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis: Icelandic Blackmail Discussion With Max Keiser and Birgitta Jonsdottir, a Member of the Icelandic Parliament
Why WikiLeaks is worth defending, despite all of its flaws

Court Again Says It's Okay For The Feds To Snoop Through Your Digital Info Without Telling You

www.techdirt.com
You may recall that in its quixotic attempt to go after Wikileaks, the US government has been snooping through the private communications of a bunch of folks they're trying to connect to the organization, including Icelandic politician Birgitta Jonsdottir and Jacob Appelbaum, who gets detained and harassed every time he...
Court Again Says It's Okay For The Feds To Snoop Through Your Digital Info Without Telling You

Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis: Icelandic Blackmail Discussion With Max Keiser and Birgitta Jonsdottir, a Member of the Icelandic Parliament

globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com
Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis: Icelandic Blackmail Discussion With Max Keiser and Birgitta Jonsdottir, a Member of the Icelandic Parliament

Does WikiLeaks still matter?

gigaom.com
It’s been some time since WikiLeaks stunned the world with classified video of U.S. military attacks on civilians in Iraq and thousands of secret diplomatic cables — revelations that triggered an all-out attack on founder Julian Assange by the U.S. government which roped in Amazon and other companies as...
Does WikiLeaks still matter?

The Guardian's Open 20: fighters for internet freedom

www.guardian.co.uk
From politicians and professors to computer scientists and the first programmer, champions of the open internetRickard FalkvingeFounder, the Pirate partyFalkvinge founded the Swedish Pirate party in 2006 to focus on reforming copyright, patents and file sharing laws. The party now has an often marginal presence in 22 countries, with significant...
The Guardian's Open 20: fighters for internet freedom
Why Twitter is doing the right thing by refusing to identify users who posted anti-Semitic comments

Death of internet activist Aaron Swartz prompts flood of Twitter tributes

www.guardian.co.uk
Tim Berners-Lee and Cory Doctorow among thousands to pay tribute to 26-year-old campaigner for freedom of informationThe death of Aaron Swartz, the Reddit co-founder and internet freedom activist who is reported to have killed himself in New York on Friday, prompted a flood of tributes on Twitter.Given Swartz's status as...
Death of internet activist Aaron Swartz prompts flood of Twitter tributes
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