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Wikispooks
WikiSpooks was established in 2010 as a collaborative space for the joint re-examination of recent history.[2] We research people and groups not subject to proper scrutiny by corporate media and as such, poorly treated by Wikipedia. WikiSpooks is particularly focused on those official narratives which do not seem to fit the facts, such as the 9/11 event and concepts such a the "war on terror" or the "war on drugs".
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yesterday by wardell
Public Intelligence
“In the absence of the governmental checks and balances present in other areas of our national life, the only effective restraint upon executive policy and power in the areas of national defense and international affairs may lie in an enlightened citizenry — in an informed and critical public opinion which alone can here protect the values of democratic government. For this reason, it is perhaps here that a press that is alert, aware, and free most vitally serves the basic purpose of the First Amendment. For, without an informed and free press, there cannot be an enlightened people.”

– Justice Potter Stewart, New York Times Co. v. United States, June 30, 1971

What is Public Intelligence?

Public Intelligence is an international, collaborative research project aimed at aggregating the collective work of independent researchers around the globe who wish to defend the public’s right to access information. We operate upon a single maxim: equal access to information is a human right. We believe that limits to the average citizen’s ability to access information have created information asymmetries which threaten to destabilize democratic rule around the world. Through the control of information, governments, religions, corporations, and a select group of individuals have been able to manipulate public perception into accepting coercive agendas which are ultimately designed to limit the sovereignty and freedom of populations worldwide.

This site is an attempt to compile and defend public information using software and methods which are open source and available to the public at large. It is our hope that by making such information available and demonstrating the power of a public resolved to inform itself, we may engender a more informed and proactive populace. Within our first two years of operation, we have already received more than twenty threats and takedown notices from government agencies and corporations around the world for publishing documents discovered via open source methods available to any member of the public. No information has ever been removed or censored.

We provide documents, detailed analyses, and a host of other open-source intelligence products from the private and public sector. We attempt to provide information in a way that minimizes our involvement as much as is possible. Documents are provided in a raw format, available for download, with only excerpts and key facts accompanying them. The information in our analyses is collected and aggregated in a way that seeks to highlight facts that are neglected by traditional, mainstream sources.
What has Public Intelligence done?

Since its beginnings in the summer of 2009, PI has published thousands of documents relating to everything from computer forensics to the war in Afghanistan. Information published on this site has been cited in newspapers, magazines, books, television shows, scholarly articles and reports from leading think tanks around the world. Governments, corporations, law enforcement organizations, as well as private citizens, use PI to research primary source material relating to a large number of topics that affect the safety and security of their daily operations. Here are a few brief examples of significant material published by PI:

Confidential Facebook Law Enforcement Subpoena Guides 2007-2010
Confidential and proprietary manuals distributed by Facebook to the U.S. law enforcement community detailing retained user information, including IP addresses and private messages, that is capable of being retrieved and provided to law enforcement. Every version of the manual from 2007-2010 is included.
Restricted BP Azerbaijan Subsea Drilling Safety, Security, Environmental Procedure Manuals
More than fifty internal reports detailing safety and environmental protection procedures in BP’s subsea drilling operations in Azerbaijan. BP later demanded that the documents be removed via an outsourced Indian company. PI later published more than fifty updated manuals for the same region.
NATO Restricted Afghanistan Security Reports and SIGACTS Maps August-October 2010
Over a dozen classified NATO reports concerning Significant Actions (SIGACTs) and the week-to-week security situation in the war in Afghanistan from August to October 2010.
Confidential United Nations Afghanistan Security Reports August-October 2010
Eleven confidential reports from the United Nations Department of Safety and Security detailing week-to-week threats to UN operations in Afghanistan for the period August to October 2010.
More Than 90 Reports from Fusion Centers Around the United States
Over its nearly two years of operation, PI has published dozens of reports and bulletins from fusion centers all around the United States, maintaining one of the largest and most diffuse collections of such content on the internet. Some of the reports are the only existing public examples of products produced by certain fusion centers.
Fusion Center Physical Locations and Contact Information
The actual physical location and contact information for nearly all of the seventy-two fusion centers around the United States.
Director of National Intelligence Open Source Center Reports and Media Guides
More than fifty reports from the Director of National Intelligence’s Open Source Center detailing issues, media, and leaders around the globe. The second-largest collection of OSC documents available on the web covering covering everything from Chinese military bloggers to Tunisian government censorship of the media.
Complete U.S. Secret Service Network Intrusion Responder Program (NITRO) Course
Thousands of pages comprising the complete digital forensics course taught by the U.S. Secret Service at the National Computer Forensics Institute. Includes instructor’s guidebook, student workbooks, and accompanying slides.
Microsoft Windows 7/Vista Advanced Forensics Guides for Law Enforcement
A collection of guides given by Microsoft to law enforcement enabling them to find preform advanced forensic investigations into your Windows 7/Vista system, including breaking the BitLocker encryption system.
Federal Bureau of Prisons Counter-Terrorism Unit Inmate Spying Reports
Multiple reports from the Bureau of Prisons Counter-Terrorism Unit detailing the surveillance of inmates convicted of crimes relating to terrorism and housed in “Communications Management Units.” The reports detail surveillance of legally-protected, attorney-client privileged emails, as well as monitoring of political implications related to inmates communications with outside media and scholars.

What can Public Intelligence do for you?

If you have information of importance to the public at large, we can help you to publish this information and maintain its availability. We have an established platform for the publication of sensitive information that is robust and capable of maintaining public access to information in the face of opposition from corporations and governments around the world. No document has ever been removed from this site and we operate a multi-jurisdictional network of servers that is designed to inhibit attempts to censor us and the content we publish.
About This Site

This site aggregates the collective work of our researchers and makes it available in a format which is designed to be as accessible as possible. We endeavor to make complex information and documentation available to a mainstream audience. Everything on this site is accessible free of charge. All of our original content is considered to be in the public domain and may be reproduced freely. We sometimes utilize material which is copyrighted in the production of our content, often without prior approval. However, this is done in a manner that is consistent with fair use, particularly that which is protected under Title 17, Chapter 1, § 107 and § 108 of the U.S. Code. This site utilizes minimal advertising to ensure continued operation and does not seek commercial advantage from the reproduction of such works.
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yesterday by wardell
WikiLeaks
WikiLeaks is a multi-national media organization and associated library. It was founded by its publisher Julian Assange in 2006.

WikiLeaks specializes in the analysis and publication of large datasets of censored or otherwise restricted official materials involving war, spying and corruption. It has so far published more than 10 million documents and associated analyses.

“WikiLeaks is a giant library of the world’s most persecuted documents. We give asylum to these documents, we analyze them, we promote them and we obtain more.” - Julian Assange, Der Spiegel Interview

WikiLeaks has contractual relationships and secure communications paths to more than 100 major media organizations from around the world. This gives WikiLeaks sources negotiating power, impact and technical protections that would otherwise be difficult or impossible to achieve.

Although no organization can hope to have a perfect record forever, thus far WikiLeaks has a perfect in document authentication and resistance to all censorship attempts.

WikiLeaks, its publisher and its journalists have won many awards, including:

The Economist New Media Award (2008)
The Amnesty New Media Award (2009)
TIME Magazine Person of the Year, People’s Choice (highest global vote) (2010)
The Sam Adams Award for Integrity (2010)
The National Union of Journalists Journalist of the Year (Hrafnsson) (2011)
The Sydney Peace Foundation Gold Medal (2011)
The Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism (2011)
The Blanquerna Award for Best Communicator (2011)
The Walkley Award for Most Outstanding Contribution to Journalism (2011)
The Voltaire Award for Free Speech (2011)
The International Piero Passetti Journalism Prize of the National Union of Italian Journalists (2011)
The Jose Couso Press Freedom Award (2011)
The Privacy International Hero of Privacy (2012)
The Global Exchange Human Rights People’s Choice Award (2013)
The Yoko Ono Lennon Courage Award for the Arts (2013)
The Brazillian Press Association Human Rights Award (2013)
The Kazakstan Union of Journalists Top Prize (2014)

As well as nominations for the UN Mandela Prize (2015) and nominations in six consecutive years for the Nobel Peace Prize (2010-2015)

WikiLeaks is entirely funded by its publisher, its publication sales and the general public.

WikiLeaks has more than one hundred other staff accross the Americas, Africa, Eurasia and the Asia Pacific.

The WikiLeaks Files (Verso, Sep 2015)

WikiLeaks legal team is lead by judge Baltasar Garzón in Europe and in the United States, Michael Ratner, president emeritus of Center for Constitutional Rights.

WikiLeaks ongoing legal cases are best described in this UN report (2015) from the Center for Constitutional Rights

Julian Assange’s ongoing detention without charge is best described here: https://justice4assange.com/3-Years-in-Embassy.html

“This great library built from the courage and sweat of many has had a five-year confrontation with a powerpower without losing a single “book”. At the same time, these “books” have educated many, and in some cases, in a literal sense, let the innocent go free.” - Julian Assange, Der Spiegel Interview

WikiLeaks is cited in more than 28 thousands academic papers and US court filings

Formal UN documents

European Court of Human Rights

UK courts
Politics  !Search_and_Research  Leaks 
yesterday by wardell
Tips for Removing Old Caulk from Your Bathroom
If you have old or damaged caulk currently in your bathroom, fall is a great time to get things cleaned up.
plumbing  tips  caulk  removing  preventing  leaks 
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