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There is an increasing need for stronger accountability of government and thus greater demands on transparency of the diplomatic and national security apparatus.
Depending on whether or not you use peer-to-peer networks for file sharing, you may or may not remember a brief battery of blogosphere fireworks last summer after a handful of major internet service providers announced that they had reached an agreement with the Motion Picture Association of America and the Recording Industry Association of America.
Arab Spring, the name given to a cascade of revolts across the Arab world, is changing the face of internet freedom, according to Reporters Without Borders.
The notorious hacking group Anonymous took down several Vatican websites on Wednesday, calling the Catholic Church "corrupt."
Wikileaks, the whistelblowing website responsible for leaking hundreds of thousands of top secret government cables and documents over the past few years, is now publishing more than 5 million confidential emails from a US-based intelligence agency known as the “Shadow CIA.”
The U.S. Army intelligence analyst who helped WikiLeaks gain notoriety by leaking thousands of classified documents to the whistleblowing site deferred his plea during a military court arraignment on Thursday.
Julian Assange, founder of whistle-blowing site WikiLeaks, said he is creating a new controversial television talk show built around the theme of "the world tomorrow" where will challenge the show's guests on their vision of world affairs and "their ideas on how to secure a brighter future."
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