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Scholars and Rogues: Wikileaks and the Thought Police

Discussion in 'Wikileaks' started by Anonymous, Dec 28, 2010.

  1. Anonymous Member

    Scholars and Rogues: Wikileaks and the Thought Police

    Scholars and Rogues ยป Wikileaks and the Thought Police
  2. xenubarb Member

    Re: Scholars and Rogues: Wikileaks and the Thought Police

    Nothin like being quantified by the ignorant.
  3. Anonymous Member

    Re: Scholars and Rogues: Wikileaks and the Thought Police

    Except I would tend to agree with those assertions, though I haven't read the full article.
  4. Anonymous Member

    Re: Scholars and Rogues: Wikileaks and the Thought Police

    There is some truth to that article, even though they quantify anonymous inaccurately. There are a couple of good points, not only about why we should let people take our freedoms away, but also about communication in general. Although one thing to consider, who do people see or hear aobut when anonymous is discussed. It's the people being arrested for the hacking, and DDoS attacks that are seen publicly. So far that has mostly been teens, because teens generally aren't as afraid, and are more likely to do stupid stuff. The rest of the sea that is anonymous is largely masked and will probably remain so untill such time as it becomes illegal to disagree with big brother.

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