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A US Judge will hear arguments next week over the US governmentâ€™s labors to get Twitter to release personal information on the accounts of three people with ties to whistleblower website WikiLeaks.
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Campus Mail gives students and teachers a safe, monitored solution for email and private file storage Bakersfield, CA (PRWEB) February 8, 2011 At TCEA 2011, Lightspeed Systems is announcing the newest addition to its suite of solutions for K-12 schools: Campus Mail.
Wikileaks is launching an online shop to sell various branded merchandise to help fund its defense against governments and lawsuits.
In Russia, a British journalist from the Guardian newspaper was expelled from the country after reporting claims in the leaked cables that Russia had become a "mafia state," the paper said Monday.
A group of tech-savvy hackers operating under the name "Anonymous" took credit for breaching the website of HBGary Federal, a computer security company working with the US government to expose the identities of those in the group.
The Norwegian politician behind the Nobel Peace Prize nominations said Wednesday that Wikileaks has been nominated for the 2011 award.
Web Zones and My Big Campus are two features of Web Access Manager that empower educators and IT staff to provide a safe, engaging online learning environment Bakersfield, CA (PRWEB) February 1, 2011 Web Zones is the latest feature added to Lightspeed Systems Web filtering solution that enables schools to effectively balance the educational use of the Internet with online safety and security through customization, granular policy control, safe Web 2.0 access, reporting, and mobile filtering.
In an interview with the CBS News television program 60 Minutes on Sunday, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange denied that his website was working to sabotage the US government and compared the work that he and his colleagues do to that of the nation's founding fathers.
A former spokesman for controversial site WikiLeaks launched a rival site on Friday, saying that he plans to give whistleblowers more control over the secrets they spill.
- The act of lurking; skulking about; hiding; keeping from sight.