Arkiv for January 15th, 2011

Har Wikileaks veltet sin første diktator? – Nyheter – Wikileaks – Aftenposten.no.

En Wikileaks-lekkasje om korrupsjon i presidentens familie kan ha bidratt til å tvinge Tunisias president på flukt. Facebook og Twitter får også sin del av æren.

15.01.2011

Lagde “ulovlig” bokoppfølger – Kultur-og-underholdning – NRK.

Jeg har aldri hatt noe særlig respekt for gamle ting, sier den svenske forfatteren av den kontroversielle oppfølgeren til en gammel klassiker.

14.01.2011

Dire Straits’ ‘Money for Nothing’ Banned in Canada | Rolling Stone Music.

The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council has ruled that “Money for Nothing,” a Dire Straits hit from 1985, is too offensive for Canadian airwaves. The song is being singled out for the repeated use of an anti-gay slur — “that little faggot” — in its second verse.

14.01.2011

Tunisia riots blamed on cables which revealed country’s corruption dubbed First Wikileaks Revolution | Mail Online.

  • President Ben Ali goes into exile after 23 years in power
  • Published US Embassy cables likened President’s family to a Mafia elite
  • Department of State issues travel alert to avoid the north African country
  • Riots have claimed 23 lives so far this week
  • Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1347336/Tunisia-riots-blamed-cables-revealed-countrys-corruption-dubbed-First-Wikileaks-Revolution.html#ixzz1B5gQqAHH
    14-.01.2011

    Swiss banker who helped WikiLeaks faces trial – Yahoo! News.

    Secrecy is the problem, not leakers – Opinion – The Sofia Echo.

    WikiLeaks is now at the centre of a global battle between media and those in power but what’s new about what Julian Assange is doing? WikiLeaks is much more than just another journalistic scandal, it is a challenge to the way that power and news media operate in the Internet Age.

    14.01.2011



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