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Privacy is a Privelage

December 1st, 2010 // 11:10 am @

A tweet by Naomi Klein: “ambassadors defending their right to privacy when they discuss violating everybody else’s” It speaks for itself.

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Unintended consequences? Collateral damage? Transparency?

November 29th, 2010 // 2:45 pm @

Wikileaks released what they say is the first round of Cablegate releases – leaked United States Embassy Cables.รก Over the next several months, Wikileaks says that they’ll release about 251,000 cables – communications among United States Embassys. With curiosity, I browsed through the cables – I was just casually curious. It took some time to […]

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