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WikiLeaks Releases Secret Draft of World Trade Agreement That Prevents Bank Regulation

By CBC News eal among 50 countries would help prevent added regulation of financial services, website says WikiLeaks has published what it calls “the secret draft text for the Trade in Services Agreement (TISA) Financial Services Annex,” apparently covering 50… Continue Reading →

#India – Bhopal Activists spied upon – A secret no more- Wikileaks #WTFnews

Stratfor, a US-based global intelligence firm with alleged CIA links, spied on Bhopal Gas tragedy activists at the behest of Dow Chemicals, reveals WikiLeaks Hardnews Bureau Delhi In a startling revelation, WikiLeaks has leaked parts of emails which suggest that… Continue Reading →

Is Nuclear Power Compatible With Democracy? #mustread

Sajjad Hussain/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Activists protested against the proposed Jaitapur nuclear power plant in Maharashtra Posted: 10/02/2013 7:21 pm, Huffingtonpost When India‘s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrived in the U.S. last week, he reportedlycarried a generous gift: an unlimited number of… Continue Reading →

India should not delay enacting a Privacy Act #mustshare

It is time the government stopped twiddling its thumbs and took action Livemint First Published: Mon, Jun 10 2013. Illustration: Shyamal Banerjee/Mint By modern standards of civility governments snooping on citizens is considered abhorrent behaviour. The admission by the US government… Continue Reading →

#India- Warning – UID will create a digital caste System #Aadhaar #Aadhar

Interview with WikiLeaks activist, BS Read more on:    UID | WikiLeaks | Jacob Appelbaum | Julian Assange | Digital caste system Jacob Appelbaum, WikiLeaks spokesperson He prefers that the audio recorder is not switched on during the interview because “whenever there’s an audio recording, there’s a file to be… Continue Reading →

UID will result in loss of freedoms: WikiLeaks backer #Aadhaar

The Hindu, By V. Sridha Computer security expert , Jacob Appelbaum at a talk in TERI complex in Bangalore on Tuesday. Photo : K . Bhagya Prakash The establishment of a centralised database of Indian citizens such as the Unique… Continue Reading →

Maharashtra’s role exposed during Emergency in India #Vaw

April 9, 2013, TNN Documents released by WikiLeaks have also revealed that Maharashtra had proposed a “compulsory sterilization legislation’’ during Emergency. Wikileaks has a document dated September 10, 1976 classified as “Limited Official Use’’ and marked to: Department of Health… Continue Reading →

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange loses extradition battle

By Karla Adam, Wednesday, May 30 LONDON — Britain’s Supreme Court on Wednesday denied WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s appeal against extradition to Swedento face questions about allegations of rape, sexual assault and unlawful coercion.At a short hearing in central London, the president of… Continue Reading →

Marching Orders

Marching Orders Shobhan Saxena, TNN | Mar 4, 2012, When a backpacker is woken up by the police in the middle of the night, forced to reveal the password of his laptop, and put on a flight toGermany because he… Continue Reading →

Tweet, Tweet Justice: Company’s Censorship Policy Probed

By Meg Roggensack Senior Advisor, Business and Human Rights, Human Rights First In her 2010 landmark speech on internet freedom, Secretary of State Hilary Clinton laid out her vision for one internet where access to information isn’t defined by geographic… Continue Reading →

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