read it here The Sony hack and the line between transparency and retribution – The Washington Post.
“But while the leaks are fundamentally different, there is a better question Apatow might have posed: how do we define the difference between a leak that offers us transparency, and one that feels more like retribution?”
By Dan Froomkin for The Intercept
There are incredible implications when we know that at least 17 intel orgs in the US, Five Eyes countries, Israel and what must be hundreds of private contractors have access to this data.
The potential for misuse is staggering. Especially since we now know that the Intel agencies use their capabilities for industrial espionage – even against allies.
If this newsletter is not displayed correctly, please click here. Dear friends, One year ago who could have foreseen that opposition to mega murky free trade agreements would see the birth of a global movement; mobilising tens of thousands of people onto the streets around the world? Well that’s what happened first on 11 October … Continue reading Stop #TTIP – Newsletter
J’accuse Christopher John “Chris” Dodd, born May 27, 1944! Former senator and CEO of the #MPAA.
You stand before us accused of being an Enemy of Humanity and all things good. We will now read the charges.