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Site that publishes secrets not allowed in the British newspapers

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Site that publishes secrets not allowed in the British newspapers

Post by bristow on 22.05.13 16:07

Here's the home page http://cryptome.org/

and here is one of the articles mentioning McCanns, D notices etc http://cryptome.org/0001/henri-exton.htm

There's quite a few, you can search the site.

Sorry if cryptome site has been discussed before but I did a search here and couldn't find anything.

ETA Load of stuff on Carter Ruck too!

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Re: Site that publishes secrets not allowed in the British newspapers

Post by Smokeandmirrors on 22.05.13 17:02

@bristow wrote:Here's the home page http://cryptome.org/

and here is one of the articles mentioning McCanns, D notices etc http://cryptome.org/0001/henri-exton.htm

There's quite a few, you can search the site.

Sorry if cryptome site has been discussed before but I did a search here and couldn't find anything.

ETA Load of stuff on Carter Ruck too!

Ooh, great link! Lots to look at.

Just looked at some pictures of the first seconds after the Boston bomb - there is a gruesome picture of a leg that is so fake! It wouldn't sheer the meat off the bone so cleanly I don't think, and one picture has the proportions all wrong.

If you can stomach it, have a look and see if you agree.

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Re: Site that publishes secrets not allowed in the British newspapers

Post by PeterMac on 22.05.13 17:40

It shows the power, benificent or malevolent, of the internet.
Not even a D notice, letters from a solicitor, threats or intimidation can stop the original article being seen by anyone who really wants to.
I wonder how long it is going to be before lawyers begin to understand about 'cache' memory
How long before they realise that every time a piece is downloaded it remains on that particular computer, almost forever, even if 'deleted'.
I suppose it may take another generation, when really computer literate people become High Court judges and senior politicians and Civil Servants.
Then perhaps they will begin to accept that much legislation is totally ineffective, and case law out of date.
Even if, for example they got Wikileaks taken off the net, do they not realise that someone, (some many) somewhere has made a full copy of everything that is there.

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