Part Two: Solutions to disarm spying in Ecuador: by Jacob Appelbaum

Picture of Jacob Appelbaum Translated from: http://www.telegrafo.com.ec/actualidad/item/soluciones-para-desarmar-al-espionaje-en-el-ecuador.html Jacob Appelbaum is co-author with Julian Assange, Andy Muller-Maguhn and Jeremie Zimmerman of a book about cryptography and the future of the internet: Cypherpunks, http://bit.ly/1bw9Sc6 freely available. The book is based on the following conversation (dubbed in Spanish), which was part of the RT program Assange: The World […]

Obama violates international laws even the Nazis didn’t violate

Days after President Obama stated he was not going to scramble jets to catch a 29 year old hacker, Bolivian president Evo Morales’ plane was diverted to Vienna, Austria after France, Portugal, Italy and Spain closed their air space to the plane. It widely believed the US initiated a “lock down” of air space because […]

Bugging device found in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London: Surveillance Group Limited

The controversy over Ecuador and the US’s continuing full blunt trauma to the head of the tiny South American country seems to never end.  Now the plot thickens with the disclosure that the Ecuadorian Embassy in England was bugged. The London, Guardian newspaper has reported that Ecuador has said it found a listening device in […]

Wikileaks: from US cables: US.: "Oligarchy and armed forces, the decisive power" — Henry Kissinger genoicdal murderer

  The following was published recently by Julian Assange and Wikileaks.  It gives the reader an idea of the imperialist meddling in Ecuador in the 1970’s that would subsequently lead to the democratic election of Jaime Roldós Aguilera and his subsequent assassination by the Central Intelligence Agency in 1981. It is important to note, as […]

Is the CIA behind attacks on Ecuador’s press: Correa warns US Ambassador NAMM: "Don’t be a meddler”

This article was written with the help from the newspaper out of Ecuador, El Telegrafo: www.eltelegrafo.com..ec from May 5, 2013 On May 5th, 2013 the Head of State, Rafael Correa, criticized the foreign ambassador from the US who had joined a group of opposition journalists seeking to position the thesis in this tiny country of […]

Dotcom Strikes Another Blow For Internet Freedom

New Zealand Folk hero Kim Dotcom has struck another blow for Internet freedom by launching a new cloud file storage service, called MEGA, one year to the minute after the FBI shut down Megaupload, froze his funds and induced New Zealand security services to launch a SWAT team raid on his Auckland home and seize […]