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US Government Forced Companies to Give Info of Wikileaks Contributers

Discussion in 'Wikileaks' started by Durandarte, Oct 10, 2011.

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Is this action by the US Gov. bad?

Yes 7 vote(s) 100.0%
No 0 vote(s) 0.0%
  1. Durandarte Member

    The U.S. Government forced google and a small internet service provider company (sonic.net) to hand over information about wikileaks computers, from IP addresses to e-mails. It should be noted the Sonic.net fought the order in court despite the expense, although whether or not google did the same is unknown. Therefore, the companies themselves should NOT be blamed, this is the work of the U.S. Government alone.

    The article can be found here:

    http://searchenginewatch.com/articl...ed-to-Release-WikiLeaks-Volunteers-Gmail-Info
  2. I agree...
  3. Anonymous Member



    Hmm. That's a surprise to me. Danny has a reputation as a decent guy. Not clear what happened there.

  4. Anonymous Member

    Search warrant or not, the govt has easy excuses - that live is at stake, and probably right. About TOR funding, govt's are also like a hydra, each dept have their own interests. If you don't do it, others will. You may just as well get the best of it.

    This does not make a lot of sense, as that is a TOR guy. You don't expect much from getting into his unencrypted mail account. This is prolly pure scilon style harassment - harass anybody who has contact with him. I would expect not a lot other than Kitty Willlaids, Twin Booms, Betty Boots.

    TOR as anonymous VPN
    http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/How_to_Protect_your_Internet_Anonymity_and_Privacy/TOR_VPN

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