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The Icelandic courts have ruled that the major global credit card companies cannot block donations to WikiLeaks. Any hope that the United States and other developed nations will see the light? Russia Today reports:
The Reykjavík District Court has ruled that Valitor, formerly known as VISA Iceland, violated contract laws by blocking credit card donations to Wikileaks, according to a press release posted on the whistleblowers’ Twitter account. The court also ordered that the donation gateway should be reopened within 14 days otherwise Valitor will be forced to pay a fine of $6,200 daily.
Yes, that's a very valid point... but really I think the whole idea of punishing an organisation which reveals lies and corruption within Government is completely absurd. The true criminals are punishing the whistle blowers for exposing their crimes, and we some how let that happen and many of us even defend such actions based on irrational dedication to a Government who is rotten to the core. It's completely laughable imo, the status-quo knows no bounds...
Why the hell would you go after Wikileaks when you failed to keep ' classified ' information ' classified ' , its your own damn fault.