The Panama Papers: Expanding the Divide

The Panama Papers: Expanding the Divide
To put things in perspective, the Panama Papers contain 46 times as much data as WikiLeaks. After receiving the documents, Zeitung contacted Gerard Ryle, the investigative journalist in charge of the ICIJ, and an international collaboration on the …
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The Way of the Hacker
And that's what we've seen over the last two or so weeks – the gradual organization of the silent majority to resist a new type of tyranny, a new type of privatized censorship, a new type of Digital McCarthyism that is being pushed from Washington.”.
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The PM can't escape scrutiny
… come to and are living in the post-WikiLeaks/Snowden times when some of the most secret massive data has been revealed through an obliging media that rewrote the parameters of access to information amid collapsing walls of secrecy and censorship.
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