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  1. Julian Assange - SXSW - March 8 2014

    Julian Assange SXSW Interactive - March 8th 2014


    —Huffduffed by albill one month ago

  2. Assange: Governments ‘aspire to god-like knowledge’

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange speaks on the subject of knowledge, and its relationship with power.


    —Huffduffed by adactio 3 months ago

  3. The Final Straw Radio (AshevilleFM) (August 26, 2010) An interview with some Bay Area hacktivists on political hacking

    This weeks show is an interview with Flatline from the Hackbloc collective and Bill Silverfox about internet security, hacking, hacktivism, Anonymous and other topics. In light of recent attacks by Anti-Sec against the Arizona DPS, Anonymous on multiple targets and alleged members’ subsequent arrests, the BART protests, Wikileaks, I thought it’d be good to shed some light on a misunderstood topic. We also discuss the role of hackers in the Arab Spring movement as well as international solidarity to disrupt corrupt government censorship and activity, in the hopes of facilitating a more free flow of information around the world (Malaysia, Australia, the U.S., Morocco, Libya, Egypt, China, Iran…etc). Lots of good introductory information on internet security and history of hacking during this hour-long show. Enjoy. Streaming live on 8/26 @ 1PM EST at www.ashevillefm.org/ Available from 8/27/2011 @ 3AM EST at www.ashevillefm.org/the-final-straw

    www.hackbloc.org www.eff.org www.anonlg.org www.torproject.org www.noisebridge.net



    —Huffduffed by Fagussylvatica 3 months ago

  4. Andrew Fowler on We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks - Arts - Browse - Big Ideas - ABC TV

    Opinion has always been sharply divided about Wikileaks’ Julian Assange, between the welded on uncritical fandom and former co workers or ‘donors to the cause’ who’ve put up bail money and done their dough; and now have fairly dark views of Assange.


    —Huffduffed by richweatherill 8 months ago

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  6. Internet Insecurities | Unfilter 41 | Jupiter Broadcasting

    U.S. intelligence officials claim Cyber-attacks and cyber-espionage pose a greater potential danger to U.S. national security than terrorist groups.


    —Huffduffed by erifneerg one year ago

  7. LNP044 Schlangenkuchen | Logbuch:Netzpolitik

    Unser heutiger Gast ist Ronny Kraak, besser bekannt als das Kraftfuttermischwerk und wir müssen leider aus gegebenen Anlass das lästige Thema Abmahnungen aufgreifen. Doch beginnen wir zunächst mit ein paar Fehlerkorrekturen und widmen uns der Traumwelt der elektronischen Wahl, den Kollateralschäden der WikiLeaks-Saga, den Kollateralschäden von Demobesuchen, der Wirkungskraft von Petitionen und dem nicht enden wollenden Ruf nach Netzsperren auf der Welt.


    —Huffduffed by chrib one year ago

  8. HOPE 9 - WikiLeaks, Whistleblowers, and the War on the First Amendment

    via offliberty

    —Huffduffed by jamesh one year ago

  9. WikiLeaks: news in the networked era

    This lecture will tell the story of WikiLeaks, the most controversial journalism organisation of the digital age. Led by the charismatic Julian Assange it has produced the biggest leak of secret information in modern times. It has grown from a ‘hactavist’ whistle-blowing website to one of the best-known media brands in the world, working with major newspapers like the New York Times and The Guardian. It has taken on the most powerful nation in the world and produced headlines around the globe.


    —Huffduffed by kevinpacheco 2 years ago

  10. Für alle offen -€“ nicht ganz dicht? Wikileaks, Facebook und die totale Transparenz

    hr2 – Der Tag hat heute über “Für alle offen – nicht ganz dicht? Wikileaks, Facebook und die totale Transparenz” berichtet. Julien Assange verschwindet möglicherweise in einem schwedischen Gefängnis, Bradley Manning, sein bekanntester Informant, schmort in amerikanischer Haft, und Wikileaks hat erst einmal den Betrieb eingestellt. Geheimnisse verraten ist gefährlich, selbst wenn es sich nur um Kantinenklatsch handelt. Aber ist so eine umfassende Transparenz es auch demokratisch und politisch wünschenswert? Wenn es andere trifft, vor allem ?Die da oben?, finden wir Transparenz erstmal gut, wenn aber ?Facebook? alles über uns wissen und allen zugänglich machen will, finden wir das unheimlich. Wollen wir die totale Indiskretion? Und können wir sie überhaupt noch verhindern?

    —Huffduffed by alips 2 years ago

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