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WikiLeaks: Y2K redux?

Remember the Y2K crisis that gripped everybody, a thousand years ago*, in 1999? There was panic worldwide that computers would crash on January 1, 2000 because their internal timekeepers, running on two digit years, would reset to 00. It gained … Continue reading

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The Most Dangerous Man in the World – Part III

Often when a leak happens, the source passes it on to a journalist. The journalist then ‘edits’ the data into a coherent story, which is then published. This may not be to the source’s liking; he or she may have … Continue reading

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The Most Dangerous Man in the World – Part II

Reaction to the leaks have been wide-ranging and are still continuing. The Afghanistan government claims vindication, “These reports show that the U.S. was already aware of the ISI connection with the al Qaeda terrorist network”. So does the Indian government, … Continue reading

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The Most Dangerous Man in the World – Part I

No, this post is not about any sundry criminal, terrorist or would-be supreme potentate of the world. This is about Julian Assange, and why he and his colleagues might just change democracy as we know it. Assange is a child … Continue reading

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