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Originally posted by Hijaqd
I love AnonymousPaine's rehash of the Charlie Chaplin speech from The Great Dictator.
It is in response to Operation Independence, an education campaign.
Learn more and get involved - What Is The Plan
United as One. Divided by Zero. Expect Us.
Originally posted by ANNED
Now if anon could hack monsanto's files and database and find major information that was withheld from the courts during the 1984 veterans agent orange lawsuit.
Then Vietnam veterans might be able to reopen the lawsuit and suck a lot more money from Monsanto.
Another thing the hacker need to look for is documents that Monsanto knew they were suing farmers that had been crosscontamanated and had not planted GM seed. but keep on suing them anyway.
A good time to hack Monsanto databases would be during a major DosS attack because most of the Monsanto ITs would be tied up trying to stop the DosS.
Originally posted by Nutstomper
Originally posted by Serendipity7
Originally posted by kwakakev
Yet they are still in business, they have big business allies, and their tech is fairly well perfected.
If it were unleashed, the planet would have a hard time fighting back, and we .. along with the plants could well be doomed. ...
Originally posted by matito
reply to post by homeskillet
Whistleblowers usually do have some legal protection (for now). They basically have to be employees to have exceptions from certain laws. It also needs to be justified by only obtaining incriminating evidence of unlawful activity. Yet, the time will come when politicians are on the corporate payrolls and no one will risk being a whistleblower.
I personally think it's better off making incriminating documents available to everyone online and hoping it results in an eventual investigation of some kind (like you said). Authentic documents can be used to rally up public support for a specific cause. Legal cases against corporate giants rarely see the light of day. Lobbyists are very generous in paying politicians off.
This seems to be the strategy of Wikileaks. Huge amounts of potentially incriminating evidence being ignored or discounted. Yet it's still raises awareness and hopefully promotes more govt accountability and transparency.