Facebook et Blackberry tout contre les émeutiers

Via Scoop.itUnderground

Déterminé à punir tous les casseurs du Royaume-Uni, le gouvernement britannique pourrait profiter de l’aubaine pour imposer des mesures particulièrement coercitives vis-à-vis des télécommunications.
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Former Wikileaks spokesman destroyed unreleased files – SPIEGEL ONLINE – News – THE MIRROR

Former Wikileaks spokesman Daniel Domscheit-Berg claims to have destroyed more than 3,500 unpublished files that had been sent from unknown informants and are now apparently lost irrevocably. These are documents which were stored until the late summer of 2010 on the Wikileaks server and has taken a group to Domscheit-Berg in their leaving the organization. He had the files « in the last days shredded to ensure that the sources are not compromised, » said Domscheit Mountain. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange could not guarantee a safe handling of the material. In the data base was among other things, the so-called « no-fly list » of the U.S. government, on which the names of suspects were listed, which is prohibited from entering an aircraft. Assange said of the material would also have insider information organizations from 20 right-wing organizations is one. Domscheit-Berg would not confirm that. Assange calls since the beginning of the publication of the data.

viaFormer Wikileaks spokesman destroyed unreleased files – SPIEGEL ONLINE – News – THE MIRROR.

Anonymous : Op Facebook

info ou intox ? INTOX, apparemment ! ce serait un Hoax !

Un message des Anon vient de tomber.

Le 5 novembre 201, ils projettent de « détruire » le réseaux social le plus puissant au monde.
Wait ‘n see !

Facebook has been selling information to government agencies and giving clandestine access to information security firms so that they can spy on people from all around the world. Some of these so-called whitehat infosec firms are working for authoritarian governments, such as those of Egypt and Syria. (…)

Facebook keeps saying that it gives users choices, but that is completely false. It gives users the illusion of and hides the details away from them « for their own good » while they then make millions off of you. When a service is « free, » it really means they’re making money off of you and your information.