Saturday, 27 April 2013

Bradley Manning: Peace Hero: #SFpride

In the midst of the controversy surrounding @SFPride's subservience to their corporate masters, here's an edit and re-release of this poster. Please download, copy and distribute freely.

For more information read this informative article by Glenn Greenwald, Bradley Manning is off limits at SF Gay Pride parade, but corporate sleaze is embraced.

DOWNLOAD A PRINT READY PDF OF THE MANNING PEACE HERO POSTER


Bradley manning: Peace Hero: This a web quality image: please click on the link above for a print quality file

Wednesday, 24 April 2013

Cypherpunk Tshirts at the WikiLeaks Store

Cypherpunk. This new design just became available at the Official WikiLeaks Store!






In 1989, when the internet was predominantly ASCII-based and HyperCard had yet to give birth (or at least act as a midwife) to the world wide web, R.U. Sirius launched Mondo 2000. “I’d say it was arguably the representative underground magazine of its pre-web day,” William Gibson said in a recent interview. “Posterity, looking at this, should also consider Mondo 2000 as a focus of something that was happening.”
 

Twenty years ago, it was cypherpunk that was happening.

And it’s happening again today.


That's the intro to "Cypherpunk rising: WikiLeaks, encryption, and the coming surveillance dystopia" a recently published article at theverge.com.

Read more.


Cypherpunks

Freedom and the Future of the Internet

JULIAN ASSANGE
With JACOB APPELBAUM, ANDY MÜLLER-MAGUHN and JÉRÉMIE ZIMMERMANN

"Cypherpunks is gripping, vital reading, explaining clearly the way in which corporate and government control of the internet poses a fundamental threat to our freedom and democracy".
                                                                             

- Olive Stone

Find out more and purchase 'Cypherpunks: Freedom and the Future of the Internet' here.

Monday, 8 April 2013

WikiLeaks launches Public Library of US Diplomacy: Kissinger quote posters

Today saw the launch of some powerful information finding tools in PlusD: Wikileaks' latest project, the Public Library of US Diplomacy.

You'll find the Kissinger quote that features in these posters, in WikiLeak' press release for this project, with the original here.

Macomber: That is illegal.

Kissinger: Before the Freedom of Information Act, I used to say at meetings, "The illegal we do immediately; the unconstitutional takes a little longer." [laughter]

But since the Freedom of Information Act, I'm afraid to say things like that.

DOWNLOAD A PRINT-READY PDF OF WIKILEAKS PLUSD KISSINGER POSTER 1 

 



DOWNLOAD A PRINT-READY PDF OF WIKILEAKS PLUSD KISSINGER POSTER 2