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Originally posted by DGFenrir
reply to post by mydarkpassenger
RSA vs AES
Originally posted by sdcigarpig
This is a 2 part problem. The first part is that the Pentagon and military officials, do remember the vietnam era, and the first time scenes of the battlefield got viewed by the public. This ultimately caused the general public to decry against the vietnam conflic, and made people to go against the Government and cause mass civil unrest.
So the first thing the Government is trying to do is damage control. The other thing that the government can do, and it is in the works, is to get an injunction against the Freedom of Information ACT, along with classifiying all of the documents that are suspected to be taken, to where it is against the law to have and or distribute these documents, to prevent such from being viewed by the general population, along with giving an order, to where everything that happens in a conflict zone is now classified information, talking or distributing first hand accounts is punishable, in accordance to the UCMJ, along with several federal statutes and laws.
Originally posted by TheFinalTruth14
reply to post by Solomons
Maybe I'm stretching the on-topicness of this, but I've wondered this for awhile so I'll just kinda piggyback off your comment.
Is there any way us lowly sheeple can attempt to take the Pentagon or White House officials to court? I imagine it would be instantly blocked, but whatever happens to those people that randomly try to take a high-ranking official to court?
How can they NOT show up in court? If I don't show up in court, I'm arrested. Does anyone see where I'm going with this? Is it plausible at all?
Originally posted by muzzleflash
I think the whole Wikileaks thing is mostly propaganda with ulterior motives to attack the Internet as a whole. But this is merely my instinctual predicament, and admittedly is just a hypothesis based on circumstantial occurrences.
Why has there never been press over the countless other websites that are currently exposing countless things?
Originally posted by I AM LEGION
Does anyone remember how people like Dick Cheney disclosed the identity of under cover CIA agents (Valerie Palma), and it was OK to print that. Why didn't these so called experts raised the possibility of destroying, striking or eliminating that leak source? Or do we need some kind of referee to tell us which leaks are ok and which are not.