By Matt DeHart, originally published in The Gad About Town. This is the fourth article in a series of prison essays by Matt DeHart published on Mark Aldrich’s site. The first: “You don’t act like an American,” the second: “Hospitality in Mexico,” and Matt’s third: “Shattered.” Matt DeHart’s voice is one worth listening to. In … Continue reading The ‘Define Dignity Initiative’ by Matt DeHart
via Activists on Fast Track to #StopFastTrack | The Fifth Column. Raymond Johansen, international coordinator for the Norway Chapter of the Pirate Party and advisory board member of FreeAnons, is part of the global movement connected by social media and the internet to oppose FTAs. He points to the strength of a “network of connections … Continue reading Activists on Fast Track to #StopFastTrack | The Fifth Column
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.
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.
Here is @ro0ted with an important message to The Collective Excerpt: “We do not wish to engage in this childish manner. We choose to keep the peace even though after I post this we will be attacked by trolls who will say we lost. Let me BE very clear we didn’t lose anything. The government is probably … Continue reading About trolls, newbloods and continuous drama – draining all of us