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Originally posted by ADUB77
Try and protest in the street about anything and see what happens, do you people really think this guy is getting away with what he is doing or is he being "allowed" to do it...
The Central Intelligence Agency disclosed the existence of its top-secret Intellipedia project, based on Wikipedia software (and now containing more than 28,000 pages), in late October. The agency hopes to use dispersed information to reduce the risk of intelligence failures. NASA officials have adopted a wiki site to program NASA software, allowing many participants to make improvements.
In the private domain, businesses are adopting wikis to compile information about products, profits and new developments. The Autism Wiki, produced mostly by adults with autism and Asperger's syndrome, contains material on autism and related conditions. Wikileaks.org, founded by dissidents in China and other nations, plans to post secret government documents and to protect them from censorship with coded software.
Digging a bit into the past of Julian Assange we find in his 20’s he is arrested for hacking the central server of the Canadian telecom company Nortel. Facing 10 years in prison he pleads guilty to 25 charges and yet he gets off with a fine. Hacker turned fed?
In 1991, at the age of 20, Assange and some fellow hackers broke into the master terminal of Nortel, the Canadian telecom company. He was caught and pleaded guilty to 25 charges; six other charges were dropped. Citing Assange's "intelligent inquisitiveness," the judge sentenced him only to pay the Australian state a small sum in damages.
Soros has been identified as a front man of the Anglo-French Rothschild banking group. Understandably neither he nor the Rothschilds want this important fact to be public, so the tight links to his friends in the London "City", in the British foreign ministry, in the state of Israel and to his mighty friends in the American establishment would stay concealed."
Ben Laurie is a founding director of The Apache Software Foundation, a core team member of OpenSSL, a member of the Shmoo Group, a director of the Open Rights Group, Director of Security at The Bunker Secure Hosting, Trustee and Founder-member of FreeBMD, a committer at FreeBSD and Advisory Board member of WikiLeaks.org..
On Monday, May 10, 2004, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) posted a notice that the AES, DES, 3DES, DSA and SHA-1 algorithms for OpenSSL have been validated.
Linux in Government: Open Source Innovation within the DoD
Jun 28, 2004 By Tom Adelstein
When a National Security directive became effective, this DoD team took the initiative with open-source software.
Bruce also recommended Ben Laurie of the OpenSSL project to prepare the libraries for testing. A conference call ensued amongst the four parties, and the project got underway.
The project team had to reach several milestones, which took approximately 18 months. The milestones included source code modifications, writing the security policy and running validation tests. Ben Laurie wrote the source code modifications. First, he had to sequester the critical parts of the source code so they would not be modified in the course of routine maintenance. That allowed the OpenSSL project to maintain the FIPS code for people wanting to compile it. Secondly, Ben had to write test drivers to process over 270 test vectors to prove the worthiness of the algorithms.
WikiLeaks’ financial stability has waxed and waned during its short history. The site shut down briefly late last year, citing a lack of funds, but Mr Assange said the group has raised about $US1 million ($1.1m) since the start of 2010.
Originally posted by FoxStriker
reply to post by boondock-saint
Please start this as your another Thread Boondock-Saint... well put star and if only could flag!!!
advisory board comprising Assange, Phillip Adams, Wang Dan, C. J. Hinke, Ben Laurie, Tashi Namgyal Khamsitsang, Xiao Qiang, Chico Whitaker and Wang Youcai
Xiao Qiang, the director of the China Internet Project at the University of California at Berkeley, member of the advisory board of the International Campaign for Tibet, and commentator on the George Soros-affiliated Radio Free Asia;
The Federal Radio Television Administration of the Czech Republic accepted his offer to take over and fund the archives of Radio Free Europe. Soros moved the archives to Prague and spent over $15 million on their maintenance. 2 A Soros foundation now runs CIA-created Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty jointly with the U.S. and RFE/RL, which has expanded into the Caucasus and Asia.