Tag archive for "WikiLeaks"

Internacionales

Martes, 17 de diciembre del 2013

There is a deeply misguided attempt to sacrifice Julian Assange, WikiLeaks, Chelsea Manning and Jeremy Hammond on the altar of the security and surveillance state to justify the leaks made by Edward Snowden. It is argued that Snowden, in exposing the National Security Agency’s global spying operation, judiciously and carefully leaked his information through the [...]

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Martes, 26 de noviembre del 2013

El Acuerdo de Asociación Transpacífico (TPP por su nombre en inglés) propuesto entre 12 gobiernos, pregonado como uno de los mayores acuerdos de “libre comercio” de la historia de EE.UU., enfrenta dificultades a medida que el público se informa al respecto. La semana pasada 151 demócratas y 23 republicanos de la Cámara de Representantes escribieron [...]

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Domingo, 24 de noviembre del 2013

The TPP would strip our constitutional rights, while offering no gains for the majority of Americans. It’s a win for corporations The proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement among 12 governments, touted as one of the largest “free trade” agreements in US history, is running into difficulties as the public learns more about it. Last week 151 Democrats [...]

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Nacionales

Lunes, 21 de octubre del 2013

“La paz política del presente requería del retorcimiento y el sacrificio de la memoria” Manuel Solís Avendaño Memoria Descartada Ana Helena Chacón fue designada como candidata a la vice presidencia este fin de semana por el candidato presidencial del PAC, Luis Guillermo Solís.  Ex diputada del PUSC (2006-2010) y ex Vice Ministra de Seguridad en la Administración de Abel [...]

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Martes, 27 de agosto del 2013

…When NYT Power Lunch Lets State Department Determine Ground Rules? A September 8, 2011 U.S. State Department memorandum obtained by NYT eXaminer, entitled “NYT ‘Publisher’s Lunch’ (note: a light lunch will now be served),” portrays a seemingly benign scene. The memorandum released to NYT eXaminer (NYTX) (embedded below) constitutes two pages of a 65 page document [...]

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Lunes, 12 de agosto del 2013

The critical moment in the political trial of the century was on 28 February when Bradley Manning stood and explained why he had risked his life to leak tens of thousands of official files. It was a statement of morality, conscience and truth: the very qualities that distinguish human beings. This was not deemed mainstream [...]

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Viernes, 2 de agosto del 2013

Bradley Manning will be sentenced today, having been found guilty of 20 counts on Tuesday, including espionage (despite the lack of evidence for intent to spy and the lack of evidence that his leaking ever did any real harm). Whatever one thinks of Manning’s actions, that we deserved to know some of what he revealed [...]

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Internacionales

Sábado, 22 de junio del 2013

It has now been a year since I entered this embassy and sought refuge from persecution. As a result of that decision, I have been able to work in relative safety from a US espionage investigation.

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Sábado, 15 de junio del 2013

Bradley Manning Has Done More for U.S. Security than SEAL Team 6 The prosecution of Bradley Manning, WikiLeaks’ source inside the U.S. Army, will be pulling out all the stops when it calls to the stand a member of Navy SEAL Team 6, the unit that assassinated Osama bin Laden.  The SEAL (in partial disguise, as his identity [...]

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Miércoles, 5 de junio del 2013

Alex Gibney’s new film, “We Steal Secrets,” is about WikiLeaks and its founder, Julian Assange. It dutifully peddles the state’s contention that WikiLeaks is not a legitimate publisher and that Bradley Manning, who allegedly passed half a million classified Pentagon and State Department documents to WikiLeaks, is not a legitimate whistle-blower. It interprets acts of [...]

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