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WikiLeaks Considering Moving Severs Off-Shore — Way Off-Shore

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If you were wondering what WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has in common with a super-villain, wonder no more. It’s his desire for an eccentric base of operations. According to sources inside WikiLeaks, the site is looking for a new server location, and some bizarre options have been explored including a...
WikiLeaks Considering Moving Severs Off-Shore — Way Off-Shore

Digital Distribution: Exchanging Control For Convenience

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Digital distribution can be a good thing, eliminating shipping, packaging, printing, storage, etc. and allowing instantaneous order fulfillment. Unfortunately, it has its downside, especially when digital products are tied to "walled gardens." The possibility always exists that the product you purchased, for all intents and purposes, never really belongs to...
Digital Distribution: Exchanging Control For Convenience

Sealand's failed data haven: why HavenCo was doomed from the start

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In the past decade, everyone from WikiLeaks to The Pirate Bay has sought safe haven from the law in Sealand. The former anti-aircraft deck, built during World War II off the coast of the UK, was declared a sovereign nation by Roy Bates, a pirate radio operator who fought...
Sealand's failed data haven: why HavenCo was doomed from the start

WikiLeaks To Ship Servers To Micronation of Sealand?

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Velcroman1 writes "Julian Assange's investors are in the process of purchasing a boat to move WikiLeaks servers offshore in an attempt to evade prosecution from U.S. law enforcement, FoxNews.com has learned. Multiple sources within the hacker community with knowledge of day-to-day WikiLeaks activities say Assange's financial backers have been working...
WikiLeaks To Ship Servers To Micronation of Sealand?

The History Of Sealand, HavenCo And Why Protecting Your Data Needs More Than Being In International Waters

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If you were around tech/cypherpunk circles a dozen years ago, you surely remember Sealand and HavenCo (some people incorrectly assume that the two were one and the same, rather than just connected). There was, of course, the famous Wired cover story by Simson Garfinkel, which is still a fun read....
The History Of Sealand, HavenCo And Why Protecting Your Data Needs More Than Being In International Waters
Feature: Death of a data haven: cypherpunks, WikiLeaks, and the world's smallest nation
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