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2010 September 27, 02:42:00 by pipedija

Wikileaks vs The Pentagon - Rap News - original

Rap News resumes its lyrical forays into the world of rhyme and reason, exploring the importance of the Internets. Robert Foster casts a critical rhyme over Senator Joe (Lie)berman’s proposed bill to shut down the world-wide-web in case of [quotation mark] an emergency [/quotation mark]. 

But - most importantly - we discuss something else which has been leaking even more profusely than a BP oil well. An organisation of ultra-inspiring infectively-courageous cybernauts - aka Wikileaks - has been taking on the Fistagon and giving that slumbering Fourth Estate a much-needed kick in the arse, reminding us how important the internet is as a tool for open information and for holding corrupt government to account.

What is Wikileaks? Who is Julian Assange? And why is it so important that we know what’s happening right now? Find out with your charming host, Robert Foster. 


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Pentagon Destroys Copies of Controversial Memoir Written by Army Officer

2010 September 26, 07:29:07 by pipedija

(Source: foxnews.com)


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What Do the Pentagon and Nazis Have in Common?

2010 September 21, 02:19:00 by pipedija

The Pentagon intends to buy all 10,000 first edition copies of former Defense Intelligence Agency officer Tony Shaffer’s book “Operation Dark Heart” and turn them into pulp.  As with the recent 9thCircuit Court of Appeals ruling on extraordinary rendition, the wonderful two words “national security” pop up yet again.

Is that the Nazi Party or the Department of Defense?

Via Death and Taxes


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Pentagon to funnel US arms to Yemen to fight al-Qaeda

2010 September 17, 19:10:00 by pipedija

The Pentagon has proposed a $1.2 billion (£778m) military aid package to Yemen for its battle against al-Qaeda, sparking a warning from some US government quarters that the extra resources would be used in the country’s civil wars.

(Source: telegraph.co.uk)


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Pentagon to investigate hundreds of suspected child pornography fans in its ranks

2010 September 17, 16:35:24 by pipedija

In a reversal, the Pentagon says it will reopen hundreds of cases of alleged purchases of child pornography by Department of Defense employees that Pentagon officials previously declined to investigate, The Upshot has learned.

Earlier this month, The Upshot reported exclusively that in 2007, investigators for theDefense Criminal Investigative Service obtained a list of 264 military service members, civilian employees and contractors for the Department of Defense who had used credit cards or PayPal to purchase access to a child pornography website. But the DCIS, citing scarce resources, pursued only 52 of the names before closing the project — known as Project Flicker — in 2008. Since no further public information on the cases was made available, it appears that the other people on the list of suspected child-pornography patrons were able to continue their careers without any interruption that stemmed from the investigation.

(Source: blacklistednews.com)


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Pentagon Plan: Buying Books to Keep Secrets

2010 September 10, 06:22:07 by pipedija

The publication of “Operation Dark Heart,” by Anthony A. Shaffer, a former Defense Intelligence Agency officer and a lieutenant colonel in the Army Reserve, has divided military security reviewers and highlighted the uncertainty about what information poses a genuine threat to security.

Via New York Times


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2010 September 6, 13:55:58 by pipedija

"Iran Paying Taliban Per Dead US Soldier"

September 05, 2010 MSNBC


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Pentagon declined to investigate hundreds of purchases of child pornography

2010 September 3, 22:44:08 by Pentagon declined to investigate hundreds of purchases of child pornography

A 2006 Immigration and Customs Enforcement investigation into the purchase of child pornography online turned up more than 250 civilian and military employees of the Defense Department — including some with the highest available security clearance — who  used credit cards or PayPal to purchase images of children in sexual situations. But the Pentagon investigated only a handful of the cases, Defense Department records show.

Via Yahoo News!



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2010 August 27, 04:00:00 by pipedija

Pentagon Enlists Teenage ‘Geeks’ for Cyber War
In the wake of a massive security breach the government launches a new strategy.


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Pentagon breached by foreign hacker

2010 August 27, 00:13:00 by Pentagon breached by foreign hacker

A foreign spy agency carried out the most serious “cyber attack” on the US military’s networks when a tainted flash drive was inserted into a laptop in the Middle East, according to a senior Pentagon official.

A foreign spy agency carried out the most serious “cyber attack” on the US military’s networks when a tainted flash drive was inserted into a laptop in the Middle East, according to a senior Pentagon official.

The USB stick contained a malicious code that spread undetected and was able to transfer data about American operational plans to foreign networks.

Via Telegraph.co.uk


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Reblogged from danielextra 2010 August 4, 20:22:00 by pipedija


Pentagon Papers II: The WikiLeaks - Rob Rogers
Truly, the lack of popular outrage is very telling about the sense of immediacy and connection Americans have to the War in Afghanistan. Unlike Vietnam, when the draft made engagement, interest, and awareness all the more necessary especially with the prospect of sons being roped into war, we Americans in our era have the luxury of keeping these wars “over there” in both is physical and psychic space. As a whole, our outrage is intellectual, and not quite the broadly-shared worry and pain of having one’s own son being involuntarily be sent for slaughter.
[via:azspot & danielextra

Pentagon Papers II: The WikiLeaks - Rob Rogers

Truly, the lack of popular outrage is very telling about the sense of immediacy and connection Americans have to the War in Afghanistan. Unlike Vietnam, when the draft made engagement, interest, and awareness all the more necessary especially with the prospect of sons being roped into war, we Americans in our era have the luxury of keeping these wars “over there” in both is physical and psychic space. As a whole, our outrage is intellectual, and not quite the broadly-shared worry and pain of having one’s own son being involuntarily be sent for slaughter.

[via:azspot & danielextra


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