Posted 5 months ago

White House OKd spying on allies

The US government is quickly identifying itself as the biggest threat to world security and are never to be believed.

NSA Whistleblower Russel Tice

Mark Klein

William Binney

Thomas Drake

Thomas Tamm

Posted 5 months ago

Failing old media going public, hopes to take savings of elderly before inevitable demise

Channel Nine is set to re-list on the Australian share market in early December after nearly 20 years in private hands.

Nobody wants it. Maybe some people who can’t see the fading of old media will give the private owners some money so they can escape the loss.
Posted 5 months ago

Compare Smartwatches

Apple is rumoured to be making a smartwatch. Samsung suddenly decided to jump into the market in a big failure way (“Dud”, “Doomed”, “Fail”, “DOA”) so they can’t be called out for copying, but there are plenty of other companies with offerings available or in the pipeline, while we wait to see what Apple releases.

Posted 6 months ago

Campbell Newman going full f'tard

Campbell Newman demonstrates the lack of quality politicians in the LNP by providing concrete examples of how to be an idiot.

Posted 6 months ago

Committee to Protect Journalists issues scathing report on Obama administration

Freedom of the masses is very quickly eroding under the propaganda of security.

Posted 6 months ago

'What the Guardian is doing is important for democracy'

An exceptionally important issue showing the Daily Mail to be a disinforming source of propaganda.

Posted 6 months ago

TPP Creates Legal Incentives For ISPs To Police The Internet. What Is At Risk? Your Rights.

  • Three-strikes policies and laws that require Internet intermediaries to terminate their users’ Internet access on repeat allegations of copyright infringement
  • Requirements for Internet intermediaries to filter all Internet communications for potentially copyright-infringing material
  • ISP obligations to block access to websites that allegedly infringe or facilitate copyright infringement
  • Efforts to force intermediaries to disclose the identities of their customers to IP rights holders on an allegation of copyright infringement.

Corporate lobbyists sneaking in secret laws to hurt people.

Posted 7 months ago

Greens blast Coalition proposal for ban on boycotts

This sounds like purest business/dollar justified persecution of the public by the Abbott government.

Posted 8 months ago

Gold Gone? Germany baffled as Fed bars access to bullion

Posted 8 months ago

The Confidential Memo at the Heart of the Global Financial Crisis | VICE United Kingdom

Posted 8 months ago

Murdoch Media Reach Grim, New Low - Federal Election 2013

Murdoch directed pseudo-journalists are a bunch of punk propaganda pushers. This highlights one of the most obvious and disgusting displays of misrepresentation, well, for today at least.

Posted 8 months ago

Does Rupert Murdoch own 70% of newspapers in Australia?

Posted 8 months ago

Australian media ownership laws need immediate review. Thanks for the reminder, Rupert. An investigation into abuse of media ownership might also be a good thing. Not fit or proper.

Posted 8 months ago

Manning given 35 years for leaks

For giving information on US soldiers killing civilians = 35 years. Ordering the torture and deaths of civilians = nothing. For corruptly causing a global economic collapse = nothing.

Posted 8 months ago

Britain forced Guardian to destroy copy of Snowden material

This defines the battle. The governments do not want us to know what they are doing.

The editor of the Guardian, a major outlet for revelations based on leaks from former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, says the British government threatened legal action against the newspaper unless it either destroyed the classified documents or handed them back to British authorities.