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Rubberhose cryptography and the idea behind Wikileaks

George Orwell once remarked: “the further a society drifts from the truth, the more it hates those who speak it.”

That an Australian journalist, publishing documents that reveal war crimes can be indicted on the US Espionage Act, whilst not on US soil, is a warning flag to the world. If Julian Assange and Wikileaks can be indicted under this act, so too can The Guardian, New York Times, and every media outlet that published any of the Wikileaks cables, or will publish any US document in the future.

Please read the complete article here. It is well worth reading for an understanding of what this is about.

Source: Rubberhose cryptography and the idea behind Wikileaks: Julian Assange as a physics student | by Niraj Lal | Sep, 2020 | Medium

Once extradited, it is likely that Julian will be found guilty by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia on the crime of “Conspiracy to Commit Computer Intrusion” and perhaps also Espionage, an act that would place every woman, child and man in western society under USA extraterritorial authoritarian rule.

“Most people, in the end, choose to lead safe, comfortable lives. We’re not interested in putting ourselves in the line of fire. Yet we owe a great debt to those people who do.” – Mary Kostakidis

Source: Rubberhose cryptography and the idea behind Wikileaks: Julian Assange as a physics student | by Niraj Lal | Sep, 2020 | Medium