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Extradition d’Assange : une nouvelle inculpation élargit les chefs d’accusation

Source : Le ministère américain de la Justice a dévoilé mercredi le nouveau chef d’accusation contre le rédacteur en chef de WikiLeaks, qui vient s’ajouter ainsi aux accusations d’intrusion informatique existantes.

John Pilger : Cela s’est-il vraiment passé au pays de la Magna Carta ?

Source : , 25-10-2019
[Magna Carta, latin pour Grande Charte, désigne plusieurs versions de la grande charte des libertés arrachée au roi Jean sans Terre le 15 juin 1215, dont le texte définitif est promulgué en 1225. NdT]

Whistleblowers, Media & Leaks: Information Age or Censorship Era?

A few macro points on government whistleblowers, leaks and the media. If the media, journalists, did what they are supposed to be doing, would there be any need for channels such as Wikileaks? But the media, and almost all coopted alternative media with a large reach, have been doing the exact opposite- Here’s how. The [&;]

What’s Your Take on Assange? – Questions For Corbett

What's your take on Assange? Have you heard of Unit 731? And just who is Percy Corbett, anyway? Get James' answer to these and other important questions in this edition of Questions For Corbett.

What’s Your Take on Assange? – Questions For Corbett #044

[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/qfc043-lq.mp3"][/audio]What's your take on Assange? Have you heard of Unit 731? And just who is Percy Corbett, anyway? Get James' answer to these and other important questions in this edition of Questions For Corbett.

The Death Of Wikileaks And End For Assange

In this video, Luke Rudkowski and Jason Bermas of WeAreChange explain how the end for Assange seems like an inevitability at this point and that may mean the death of WikiLeaks as well, since Assange is the driving force behind the organization. This has massive implications for free speech globally, as well as journalism in general.

There Is More at Stake in WikiLeaks Showdown Than Assange’s Fate

As Ecuador’s president, Lenin Moreno, visits London, reports indicate he is about to withdraw asylum for Julian Assange, exposing the WikiLeaks founder to eventual extradition to the United States to face charges under the Espionage Act.State Department veteran Peter van Buren joins Peter B. Collins for this Radio WhoWhatWhy interview. Acknowledging the imperfections of Assange, van Buren makes the case that Americans, and especially journalists, should support Assange’s right to publish.

Intel Expert James Bamford Blasts Russiagate Hype

Author and intelligence expert James Bamford says the reports of Russian interference in the 2016 US election, which is being treated as one of the biggest stories out there right now, are overblown.So far, Bamford argues, no evidence has been presented that this is anything other than the type of intelligence gathering or operation that countries are engaged in all the time.Bamford is critical of the hyped, 24/7 coverage of Russiagate. Indeed, he sees widespread hacking by Russia, the United States, and other online spies as old news.

More Corruption, Wars, Lies, Espionage and other Slap You In The Face News

We are going to discuss the Roy Moore scandal, and Donald Trump Junior&;s tweets with WikiLeaks. Also, we consider how Amazon is taking over the known universe and some more dumbass moves by the US military.

Sean Hannity Slams Roy Moore, Wikileaks Espionage In The DM’s?

In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on Sean Hannity slamming Roy Moore, WikiLeaks personal dm&;s being released with Donald Trump Jr, the latest scandal news with George Takei, Juss Apatow, Rose McGowan, as well as George H.W Bush, plus a lot more.

La guerre contre Wikileaks et Assange, par Randy Credico

Source : , 04-08-2017 Les médias mainstream ont déformé une récente interview de Assange pour le faire passer pour un supporter de Donald Trump, et ce faisant, ont aidé les autorités gouvernementales à discréditer Julian Assange et à détruire Wikileaks, écrivent Randy Credico et Dennis J Bernstein.

Sean Hannity Invites Julian Assange And Kim Dotcom To Guest-Host His Radio Show

Julian Assange has had several offers from US networks to host his own weekly radio show. The WikiLeaks publisher suggested that the show could be broadcast from within the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where he has been detained since he entered on June 19, 2012, claiming diplomatic asylum after being wanted in Sweden for questioning over four alleged sexual offences.

Re-examining the Chelsea Manning Saga as Prison Term Ends

“In an ideal world, governments, corporations, and other large institutions would be transparent by default. Unfortunately, the world is not ideal. Many institutions begin a slow creep toward being opaque and we need people who recognize that.” — Chelsea Manning
Chelsea Manning will be released from Ft. Leavenworth prison today after her 35-year, maximum-security sentence was commuted by President Barack Obama before he left office in January.

Re-examining the Chelsea Manning Saga as Prison Term Ends

“In an ideal world, governments, corporations, and other large institutions would be transparent by default. Unfortunately, the world is not ideal. Many institutions begin a slow creep toward being opaque and we need people who recognize that.” — Chelsea Manning
Chelsea Manning will be released from Ft. Leavenworth prison today after her 35-year, maximum-security sentence was commuted by President Barack Obama before he left office in January.

Seth Rich, du parti Démocrate, était-il une des sources de Wikileaks ?

Information de FoxNews qui a beaucoup buzzé hier aux États-Unis &; et a été peu reprise. Il convient, bien entendu, d&;être très prudent, et de prendre ceci avec recul.

CIA Director Pompeo Calls WikiLeaks a “Non-State Hostile Intelligence Service”

Today the CIA has taken overt shots at Julian Assange and WikiLeaks, Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning and all other whistleblowers who the CIA claims put American lives at risks by leaking classified information to the public.

CIA Declassified Document: A Torture Manual?

A request filed by Jeffrey Kaye through the Freedom of Information Act resulted in a 128 page declassified document. It illustrates that the CIA not only has a long history of engaging in torture and interrogation tactics. They also guide others to become the best interrogator possible. NSA archives also contain this document which states interrogations harnessed foreign intelligence during the Cold War era:

Une réunion interne du FMI conclue à une catastrophe Grecque et menace de quitter la Troïka

Par Julian Assange &; source : Wikileaks Aujourd&;hui, le 2 Avril 2016, WikiLeaks publie les enregistrements de la téléconférence du 19 Mars 2016 entre les deux hauts responsables du FMI en charge de la gestion de la crise de la dette grecque &

Éric Filiol – cyberguerre et souveraineté

L&;Agence Info Libre est allée à la rencontre d&;Éric Filiol, ancien militaire et actuellement directeur du laboratoire de cryptologie et de virologie opérationnelles à l&;ESIEA (École Supérieure d&

WikiLeaks révèle un complot secret entre l’Arabie-Saoudite, la Turquie et le Qatar contre la Syrie

Le site lanceur d&;alerte WikiLeaks annonce que des documents ayant fuité des ministères saoudiens révèlent que l&;Arabie saoudite, le Qatar et la Turquie ont conclu une entente secrète il y a trois ans pour renverser le gouvernement syrien. Le fondateur de WikiLeaks Julian Assange a déclaré ce dimanche à la chaîne de télévision russe Rossiya-1

Wikileaks révèle de nouvelles informations accablantes sur des accords commerciaux secrets

WASHINGTON &; La récente divulgation de documents secrets publiés par Wikileaks offre, aux adversaires des accords commerciaux globaux actuellement rédigés par l&;administration Obama, encore plus d&;arguments pour démontrer que de te

Net neutrality, the FCC, Wikileaks and the future of internet freedom

Remember, I am not arguing here for or against the principle of net neutrality itself, but rather warning about the FCC's imposition of false authority over the internet in the first place. The idea of net neutrality has merits, but granting the FCC the power to control the internet is a disastrously bad idea that will only end in censorship and "information tyranny" -- especially now that governments around the world are witnessing the "dangers" of information freedom via the Wikileaks fiasco.