Category Archives: access to data

you do not exist, or a twisty turny thing

Clearing up the end-of-term backlog of articles, I have just found info on how the WikiLeaks app made by a Russian programmer for the iPhone (what a strange idea, actually) was promptly banned by the corporation of glamor. More of … Continue reading

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Log in to continue reading

The Foreign Affairs magazine has reluctanly joined the recent uproar against WikiLeaks by republishing an article by Monteagle Stearns (an ambassador under Nixon and Reagan, Wikipedia tells us) with a short note prefaced saying, The recent publication of purloined State … Continue reading

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Freedom of speech has a number and it’s http://88.80.13.160

Busy as I am at the approaching end of term, nothing could hold me away from spending 2 or 3 hours every morning reading freshly released cable dumps. Say what you will, I am all for the Assange crew. Change … Continue reading

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