A couple of years ago I was in Amsterdam on April 20 with a buddy from Victoria, B.C. At an establishment called Coffeeshop, Johnny, a clerk, chatted us up, lamenting on the demise of the cannabis cafe in the Netherlands. I told the clerk to not be discouraged.
That’s the number of significant action reports from the Iraq War that WikiLeaks Editor-in-Chief Julian Assange released to the public on Friday, Oct. 22 at 5:00 p.m.
A vast majority of the reports documented the results of violence, murders and death.
The largest leak of confidential military information in history is here, in front of our eyes.
Giving Facebook Too Much Face
On Oct. 6, Facebook held a press event at its headquarters in Palo Alto, CA where Mark Zuckerberg and his team introduced some new tools: Download Your Information, a feature that allows users to transfer their data in a .zip file, and a revamped version of Facebook Groups that allow group chats, e-mail lists and document sharing.