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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.
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?
> Sent from my new iPad
> Joel Harding
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