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Cryptome – letter of demand

In Aaron Swartz, Activism, Al Jazeera NEWSHOUR, Algeria, Anonymous, Appelbaum, Archive, ASIO, Assange, Australia, Big Data, CIA, CYBERCOM, DAILY NEWS ARCHIVE, DEA, DoD, Drones, EFF, FED, Five Eyes, FOI, FOIA, G4S, Google, Greenwald, India, Indonesia, INSCOM, Internet, INTERPOL, Iran, Iraq, Jeremy Hammond, Jonsdottir, Julian Assange, leaksource, LEAKSOURCE ORIGINAL NEWS, LeakSourceRadio, LulzSec, Microsoft, NASA, NATO, NSA Files, OpIndia, OpIsrael, OpKashmir, OpLastResort, Pirate Bay, Pirate Party, Poitras, Police Brutality, Police State, Politics, PSYOP, Putin, Russia, Sabu, Satoshi Nakamoto, SCOTUS, SOCOM, Stratfor, TrapWire, World Revolution on July 14, 2014 at 7:09 AM

 

Cryptome have released a letter of demand.

 

The letter dated 14th July 2014 states the intent of demand on all the documents taken by Edward Snowden from the NSA for “accounting and public release of all documents”.

 

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The demand comes as continued frustration mounts surrounding the way Glenn Greenwald and the Intercept have handled the drip feed of information, redacted slides and working with United States Government consent.

Only a few hundred actual documents having being released through a mesh of media outlets, which has led to the distinct lack of any meaningful academic research. The small number of citizen activists and researchers that have made any sense out of the releases are muted by the booming LRAD  “leave Brittany alone” Greenwald media punklets which croon and sway at the orgy of ceremonial award back slapping.

Cryptomes “legal action” should be replaced by “storm the studio..this is a hostile takeover..no prisoners!”

Obvious from the past year is that the development application and security industry has been asleep at the wheel and really can offer no tangible help in respect to personal privacy and security, and it is now a well known fact , security is a myth.

The relevance of the Snowden files is slowly fading into the sunset, a fireplace of badly written books and a crappy movie will be all that people will remember…or is this the whole point?

If only…

 

 

 

Scott Morrison Asylum Seekers address(es)

In Activism, Al Jazeera NEWSHOUR, Archive, ASIO, Big Data, DOJ, Drones, FOIA, Google, Indonesia, Internet, INTERPOL, New Zealand, Police State, Politics, Surveillance, video, Viral Videos on June 26, 2014 at 5:41 PM

 

A video of Australian Immigration Minister Scott Morrison‘s recorded message to incoming asylum seekers has been released though The Guardian Australia. The video was recorded in September as what is a ramping up to  Operation Sovereign Borders.

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This is n’t the only time which this “speech” has been used by Mr Morrison. A video has also arisen which shows Mr. Morrison on Nauru Media giving the same address.

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These videos which in themselves only serve to reiterate the core values which are Operation Sovereign Borders are in direct contrast to the $10,ooo offer to return which Mr Abbott and Mr Morrison have been touting recently.

 

Bendigo – the town that said “NO” to Islam (and failed?)

In Activism, Afghanistan, Al Jazeera NEWSHOUR, Anonymous, Archive, ASIO, ASIS, Australia, Censorship, Environment, Facebook, FBI, FDA, FED, Fiscal Cliff, FOI, FOIA, France, Google, Indonesia, INTERPOL, leaksource, NSA, NWO, Occupy, Pakistan, Pope, PSYOP, Russia, Saudi Arabia, SOCOM, SPIN, Surveillance, UN, video, Viral Videos, Yemen on June 19, 2014 at 8:42 AM

 

 

More than 200 Bendigo residents have voiced their opposition to the Bendigo City Council approving plans for the construction of a $3 million Mosque in the eastern part of the town.

There were some 350 objections to the development and more than 40 submissions of support.

If you’re Muslim and you want a mosque, go back to the Middle East. This is Australia,”

One example of the type of Islam-a-phobia that grips the region along with a  deep ignorance towards the unknown.

Regardless the Council has approved the construction, with some changes in the height of the minaret for example, and no prayer calls.

Bendigo people own Bendigo, it’s their town, they have the right to say mosque or no mosque,”

We’re not racists.”  were common threads heard at the meeting.

The International students which come to Bendigo to study at the near by La Trobe Uni make up a large part of the Muslim Population in Bendigo.

A Mosque in Bendigo would be a great asset..and lets face it, Bendigo needs all it can get.

UPDATE 28 June 2014

Restore Australia has paid for a Sydney lawyer often used in anti-mosque hearings, Robert Balzola, to appeal to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal on planning grounds.

Update 20 October 2014

Recent article from September from The Castlemanian should be noted.

Was this more about the safety of the Defence Imagery and Geospatial Organisation, which is also in Bendigo?

A cleverly disguised attempt by Oz spooks to keep Bendigo free from some unseen danger associated with Islam?

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Vodafone – Secret Six

In Activism, Anonymous, ANT, Archive, ASIO, Australia, Bahrain, Big Brother, Big Data, CENTCOM, CIA, CYBERCOM, DAILY NEWS ARCHIVE, DEA, DOJ, EFF, Encryption, FBI, Five Eyes, FOI, FOIA, FRA, GCHQ, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Huawei, India, Indonesia, INSCOM, Internet, INTERPOL, Israel, Japan, Kenya, LAPD, leaksource, Mali, Mandela, NDAA, New Zealand, News, Norway, OPEC, Politics, PSYOP, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, Snowden, Somalia, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Surveillance, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, TAO, Technology, TrapWire, TSA, Turkey, Uganda, UK, Ukraine, USA, Venezuela, Verizon on June 7, 2014 at 11:52 AM

Vodafone in all their magnificence and gorgeosity have shocked the monkey and released a “Law Enforcement Disclosure Report” (here). At the request of little old Gardai.

Unfortunately they have upset the Department of Justice who are claiming that the information Vodafone released could ‘compromise national security and hinder investigation of  serious criminal activity’.

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The wonderful folk at Vodafone reveal in the report the surveillance practices of governments in 29 countries which it operates in, but stops short of disclosing details of data surveillance in Ireland.

One can only assume this is to thwart any recriminations, from spooks. Vodafone also point out in the release that reports from other operators can have inherent flaws…

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We have compared the statistical information we hold for our own operations in the two countries in question with the information recently published by other local operators in those countries. For some categories of agency and authority demand, the volumes involved seem closely comparable between Vodafone and other local operators, although as explained above, there is a significant risk of under or over-counting overlapping demands issued to multiple operators. Furthermore, it is also clear that certain categories of agency and authority demand have been omitted from local operators’ publications, either to comply with legal restrictions (in the case of Australia) or (in Germany) for reasons not disclosed to us.”

The Report chants the mantra “it is unlawful to disclose any information related to wiretapping or interception of the content of phone calls and messages including whether such capabilities exist.” but points that in 6 countries “authorities” have unfettered access and that the law either ‘obliges’ telecom operators to install direct access pipes, or allow governments to do so.

Vodafone further explain that these 6 un-named countries have “regimens” that could retaliate by imprisoning staff…who could that be? (read the .pdf)

However after reading through the lines and thinking about it for a few minutes…it’s not hard to narrow down the “6” countries. The graphic below from The Guardian’s Juliette Garside makes this a no brainer.

With all respect to the fantastic and marvellous work Law Enforcement do, it is important Telecommunication Companies are finally finding their own voice amongst the schrills and squawks that have become a hysterical mist of white noise…well done Vodafone.

 

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G20 – Tangible Outcomes Sydney 2014

In Activism, Al Jazeera NEWSHOUR, Anonymous, Apple, Archive, ASIO, Australia, Big Data, Brazil, Canada, Economy, Environment, Federal Reserve, Germany, Google, Greece, Indonesia, Internet, INTERPOL, Japan, Kenya, leaksource, LEAKSOURCE ORIGINAL NEWS, Mexico, Microsoft, Monsanto, Netherlands, New Zealand, News, Noam Chomsky, Pakistan, Palestine, Technology, UK, WikiLeaks on February 22, 2014 at 8:19 AM

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Australia’s presidency of the G20 meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors is nearing the end of its first official day. Already delegates meeting in Sydney have been urged to agree on a range of strategies, such as boosting global growth to cracking down on multinational companies that don’t pay their fair share of tax. But the high-powered summit comes as emerging nations are hurting as the US Federal Reserve begins to wind back its multi-billion dollar stimulus.

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