Nadim Kobeissi

  • Protest For Your Digital Rights

    Threats against Internet freedom and digital rights aren’t new, but the Internet blackout that happened a couple of weeks ago was. Now, however, the threat is moving closer to home—to Canada.

  • I’m a cat

    Letters

    Hey everyone! I’m a cat! :3

  • Cohen’s Concordia

    Why the CEO Should Be Disqualified

    As a Concordia student, Action’s antics, abysmal performance at election debates and blatant post-campaigning inspired embarrassment.However, after reading the regulations that Chief Electoral Officer Oliver Cohen determined were breached, it seems that Your Concordia did not run a perfectly clean campaign either.

  • Hello World

    I’m a cat! :3

  • Concordia’s Data Haven

    While social progressiveness is no foreign concept to the Concordia culture, a disturbing issue remains unaddressed: students have found themselves arbitrarily cut off from their Concordia Internet access on campus.

  • WikiLeaks Unleashes ‘Cablegate’

    Largest Release of Secret U.S. Documents in History

    After almost a weekend of international political nailbiting, the quarter-million-document “Cablegate” dump has finally been published, bringing to the surface a plethora of nauseating international political realities.

  • ‘U.S. Gov. No Longer Understands Freedom’

    New Bill Cracks Down on ‘Copyright-Infringing’ Websites

    A free government does not demonstrate its cherished ideals by detaining, and then repeatedly harrassing a security researcher with a clean criminal record for defending an accused whistle-blower.

  • Iraq War Crimes Uncovered

    391,832


    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.

  • The Internet War

    WikiLeaks’s recent release of the largest leak of classified documents in U.S. military history has turned the Internet into a war zone.
    On one side, WikiLeaks has assembled the brightest and most dedicated hacker-activists in an effort to turn the Internet into a bastion of transparency and information freedom.