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[liberationtech] Tyler/Wikileaks

Griffin Boyce griffinboyce at gmail.com
Fri Dec 21 14:00:38 PST 2012


  As far as I know, Tyler ("Project Mayhem 2012") is unaffiliated with
Wikileaks, other than being inspired by their work.

  What's happened with some "ops" in the past is making a deadline, and
apparently just hoping that someone would do it.  Whether that is the case
now, I couldn't say, but either way the release has not happened.  Nor do I
expect it to happen.

  There are several active leak-type organizations operating, in addition
to more traditional print publishers of leaks.  I think that making a group
or press of that type is very difficult, and many just abandon the concept
once they realize just how much work is involved in founding and upkeep.

~Griffin

On Fri, Dec 21, 2012 at 4:02 PM, Joel Harding <joel.k.hard at gmail.com> wrote:

> Wasn't today the release date for Tyler\Wikileaks on a P2P network?
>
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> Joel Harding
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