Tag Archives: Julian Assange

The Revolution Will Be Digitised

There is no doubt that 2011 has been a momentous year. The previously unimaginable scale and force of the Arab Spring has ensured that this will be viewed as a year of revolution. This is what makes the publication of … Continue reading

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Andrew Marr’s super injunction shame

For all their secrecy, super injunctions have rarely been out of the news recently. They are emerging as a significant threat to press freedom in the UK. David Leigh of the Guardian has gone so far as to label them a “menace”. … Continue reading

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Assange breaks his silence at the Cambridge Union

Speaking publicly for the first time in four months, Julian Assange addressed the Cambridge Union on Tuesday. Members waited for hours in a queue around the building; many did not make it inside and watched it on screens elsewhere in the Union. … Continue reading

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