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Publicado em dezembro 6, 2010 por outrapoliticaemsampa

Theunis Bates, AOL News, December 6, 2010

Julian Assange’s lawyer has warned that supporters of the WikiLeaks founder will unleash a “thermonuclear device” of government files containing the names of spies, sources and informants if he’s killed or brought to trial.
Assange, the 39-year-old Australian who has most recently embarrassed the U.S. by leaking hundreds of previously secret diplomatic dispatches over the past week, has dubbed the unfiltered cache of documents his “insurance” policy. The 1.5-gigabyte file, which has been distributed to tens of thousands of fellow hackers and open-government campaigners around the world, is encrypted with a 256-digit key, reports The Sunday Times. Experts interviewed by the paper said that even powerful military computers can’t crack the encryption without the key. (mais…)

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Esquerda.net, 3 de dezembro de 2010

Porta voz do Wikileaks assegura que o arquivo de 250 mil telegramas foi espalhado por mais de 100 mil pessoas, num formato encriptado. “Se alguma coisa nos acontecer, as partes mais importantes do arquivo serão divulgadas automaticamente”.

Julian Assange, porta voz do Wikileaks, assegurou esta sexta-feira que não há a menor possibilidade de impedir a divulgação do Cablegate, o arquivo de 250 mil telegramas da diplomacia norte-americana. Isto porque, explicou, “o arquivo Cablegate foi espalhado, junto com material significativo dos EUA e de outros países, por mais de 100 mil pessoas, num formato encriptado. Se alguma coisa nos acontecer, as partes mais importantes do arquivo serão divulgadas automaticamente”. (mais…)

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Pierre Tristam, FlaglerLive.com, November 29, 2010

Undressing The Scams and Shams of Government Secrecy

As I’m writing this, the New York Times, the Guardian in the U.K. and Der Spiegel in Germany are publishing the third in a series of huge document “dumps” by Wikileaks, Julian Assange’s non-profit whistleblower website that since 2006 has been unmasking government and corporate secrets.
Wikileaks this time is releasing 250,000 documents-diplomatic cables that remove the veil from the U.S. State Department’s assumption that anything it does in backchannels is nobody’s business but its own even as it twirls the fates of millions. (mais…)

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