8 February 2013 00:00
Michael Ratner is a Constitutional attorney, past President of National Lawyers Guild and current Pres. of Center for Constitutional Rights in New York City.
He shares some of the revealations from his books and articles including “The Trial of Donald Rumsfeld: A Prosecution by Book,” “Against War with Iraq,” and “Guantanamo: What the World Should Know”.
Mike tells us how he can barely recognise America as a Nation of Laws as government security claims make unprecidented changes to strip international human rights and American liberties. As the attorney for Wikileaks in America he shares his view of the charges and interconnection between the persecution of Julian Assange, Bradley Manning, Jeremy Hammond, whistleblowers and hactivists.
Higinio Ochoa on hacker culture, being an Anonymous hacktivist and getting arrested by the FBI, and ideas about the future of the Internet. Higinio "w0rmer" Ochoa was once upon a time banned from using the Internet by the FBI. This was because as a (...)
Jeremy Hammond is a member of the hacktivist network Anonymous, and a gifted computer programer whose case has attracted the attention of activists, civil libertarians and those concerned about the rights of whistleblowers. He is currently spending a (...)
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The ZAD, place of experiment and resistance - Welcome to France. The ZAD (Zone A Défendre; zone to defend) of Notre-Dame des Landes is a zone where the struggle in all its forms coexists with ways of life and aesthetics that go beyond Western European (...)