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[liberationtech] Chinese Wikileaks Clone?
rebecca.mackinnon at gmail.com
Sun Sep 26 15:13:25 PDT 2010
BTW "feng37" is a Canadian living in China and a native English speaker, though he tweets mainly in Chinese. If you contact him in English he can translate his own tweets for you, or provide further info/context about what he's talking about.
On Sep 26, 2010, at 1:45 PM, Graham Webster wrote:
> Some folks are already concerned, for what it's worth.
> The next posts on this site responds to concerns by prominent twitter user feng37 (http://twitter.com/feng37/status/25478926814) and pleads that they aren't really launching until next May.
> Feng37's tweet in my translation: "The planners of "Unlock Government Secrets" are really rushing headlong in. Of seven e-mail addresses provided, five are from domestic mail services that can be inspected at any time, two provided web addresses lack https. Only an idiot would contact them."
> Graham Webster | 魏光明
> Graduate Student
> Department of Political Science
> University of Washington
> On Sep 26, 2010, at 10:21 AM, Alec Muffett wrote:
>> If Haystack raised concerns for you, this should peg your meter.
>> Follow the chain of links from http://twitter.com/glynmoody/status/25607829101 and you end up at http://govecn.blogspot.com/2010/09/wikileaks.html
>> GoogleTranslated extract:
>>> 9 days ago, I watched the TED"Julian Assange: why the world needs" wiki Inside, "" ,prompted me to start this project is not published 92,000 copies of Zhu利安阿桑奇U.S. war on Afghanistan, the military classified documents, but presidential elections before 2007 report released by Kroll, indirect effects of the Government of Kenya's President Mwai Kibaki ten percent of the vote.
>>> In May to establish a "government scandals," public media for dissemination of information when learning about the United States saw a film adaptation of the Watergate scandal, "the President's Men"by former FBI Deputy DirectorMark Felt's informant, and "Washington Post" reporter involvement, 8 August 1974, President Nixon, resigned.
>>> I think that the informant to drive the democratic process in China, as of yesterday, I spent 1000 yuan in this project -"the government declassified", as against the dictatorship of the court, the public should have the right to information, accelerate political reform in China .
>>> A secret file upload
>>> Temporary leak file uploads:http://www.uploadleaks.com/
>>> If your file is highly confidential, Please do not upload. We are the temporary use of the available space is Google App Engine, Python, prepared by the upload process is being deployed for high-strength SSL encryption, and the preparation of a more robust PHP upload process, which makes we still need quite a long time audit and assess safety.
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