Fitna is just a really bad film

Fitna is just a really bad film
"Non-censored" video sharing site LiveLeak was the first to host it, followed by Google Video. Rightwing blogs then posted the URLs so that people could find it. Wilders knew to use peer to peer networks (Kazaa, eMule etc) so that the video was soon …
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Cops raid man whose Wi-Fi was used to download child porn
A man recently found a swarm of armed federal agents descending on his Buffalo, New York, home after a neighbor accessed his open Wi-Fi network and used it to download child pornography. The account, included in a recently published article from the …
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P2P Car Sharing Has Just Launched in Spain, an Interview with SocialCar

P2P Car Sharing Has Just Launched in Spain, an Interview with SocialCar
After car sharing services like ZipCar or BMW's New Car Share that lets you pick up and drop a car anywhere you want, it is no surprise that Person to Person car sharing is growing too. This works a bit like couchsurfing; I have an empty couch, you …
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How Wikileaks killed Spain's anti-P2P law
Spain last night killed a controversial anti-P2P bill that would have made it easier to shut down websites that link to infringing content. The move was a blow to the ruling Socialist government, but it may be of even bigger concern to the US, which …
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PayPal's New Way To Make Pals Pay Back
… today, any person or business in the following 18 countries can create their personalized link: the U.S., Germany, the U.K., Australia, Canada, Russia, Turkey, France, Italy, Spain, Poland, Sweden, Belgium, Norway, Denmark, Netherlands, Switzerland …
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Inside the dark net: Guns, drugs and hitmen are just a click away

Inside the dark net: Guns, drugs and hitmen are just a click away
Shrouded in mystery, the so-called 'deep web' remains an enigma for the ordinary internet user. Known to hackers, coders and computer geeks worldwide, the darkest parts of the world wide web terrify those of us accustomed to the comfortable world of …
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WATCH: 'Irish' tourist takes on angry mob of Turkish shopkeepers
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange fears he may be assassinated or kidnapped by CIA. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange fears he may be assassinated if he steps outside the Ecuadorian embassy. Handout still dated 25/08/15 taken from CCTV issued by the …
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Want to know what the IRA is now? It's a trust fund
The primary risk, as the US embassy elaborates in the Wikileaks cables, is that: “IRA funds acquired through sophisticated investments are seeping into resources available for Sinn Fein's political activities in the Republic of Ireland.” If that fails …
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Ecuador says UK to blame for Julian Assange deadlock
Ecuador has hit back at the UK government about who is to blame for the deadlocked case of WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange. The Australian has been living in Ecuador's embassy, in London, for three years, to avoid extradition to Sweden for sex …
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