TeleSUR | Bolivia says it is launching a thorough investigation into revelations made public by a WikiLeaks report.
Stuart J. Hooper + John McAfee | The software guru raises some very important issues with this ‘whistleblower’.
21WIRE + RT | This appears to be another attempt by the ‘corporate elect’ to sellout the public’s best interest.
21WIRE + RT | Will Snowden or Greenwald actually reveal anything about 9/11?
21Wire + RT | The NSA has been building a quantum based code-breaking super computer, an idea that was launched under Bush’s “total information awareness” program.
21st Century Wire | Snowden citizenship proposal voted down as Icelandic Parliament makes a break for summer. No green light from Washington?
Patrick Henningsen | Iceland is still trying hard to pave the way for Ed Snowden’s arrival.
21st Century Wire | Wikileaks is now tightly managing the Snowden Affair, but for how long?
Shawn Helton | So what will happen to Snowden now that Bruce Fein has been embedded into his case?
Stuart J. Hooper | Many have embraced Edward Snowden as a ‘hero’, but his story is much deeper than that.
21st Century Wire | Giving you all the international intrigue that Serpico couldn’t…
RT | We’ve heard the criticism from the public after the video was released. We’ve seen the government conduct a worldwide manhunt to find the people responsible for leaking the video.
21st Century Wire | This excellent documentary series goes through in fine detail the battle which is still being fought along intellectual property lines.
Private Bradley Manning, accused of sharing classified US army files with the whistleblowing website Wikileaks, will get a 112 days cut from his eventual sentence. The victory for his defense team comes after a judge ruled that Manning’s 9 months in prison amounted to pre-trial punishment and was excessively harsh. Retired colonel Morris Davis told […]
McLibel 2.0 – Why Did ITV Hand Over 125K for ‘Schofield’s List’ and Can You Sue 10,000 Twitter Users?
Peter Sterry | The establishment don’t like, and never have liked, the horrid internet, because of what it represents – an affordable, endless community of open source networks and information.
Mark West | Like Savile was protected by the BBC, US contractors at DynCorp were part of a large network of child prostitution involving international aid workers – all sanctioned by the US government.
A fresh wave of embarrassment could be about to hit the US, as WikiLeaks begins releasing over a hundred classified files this Thursday. This time they’re detailing America’s detention procedures, including those in infamous prisons such as Guantanamo Bay and Abu Ghraib. RT’s Laura Smith reports.