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The WikiLeaks website has been under a major DDoS attack over the last few days and a group calling itself AntiLeaks has claimed responsibility. "We are young adults, citizens of the United States of America and are deeply concerned about the recent developments with Julian Assange and his attempt at asylum in Ecuador," said …

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More to come .... and then some totally reasonable and justifiable action?

It would appear that you don't have any idea why countries have secret communications? .... Anonymous Coward Posted Monday 13th August 2012 14:36 GMT

Of course we have an idea, AC, and it is that then can a select few chosen people, lord it like kings and queens over the trolls and proles. The secret for unqualified success and continuity of reign and oppression and suppression though, is to make sure that no one knows that is what it is used for, and clearly has that now failed catastrophically, and who would want to be harbouring secrets whenever that is known? Secrets then are as a virtual death sentence for their keepers, once the mob is informed and inflamed to righteous and rightful action.

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Magic Store Operators Rule the Roost with ..... well, ideally, their Virtuous Virile Virtualwares

Surely with regard to the internet and its spontaneous means and irregular and unconventional memes of sensitive and/or/disruptive and/or inconvenient intelligent communications ..... novel metadatabase ...... is everyone as a child in a sweet shop/magical mystery Turing toy shop?

The Great Game is changed and has Intelligent Community Master Pilots drivering ITs SMARTR Programs and Alternative Internetworking Media Projects ..... Shared Transparent Thoughts Transfers.

And those are seamlessly exchanged and developed with as simple a process as just posting them in a comment on a thread for further comment with ideally, reinforcing support. And that can be as simple as there being no valid negative input and false criticism, which is invariably voiced to try and maintain an untenable and inequitable position which has avoided previous and will not pass present forensic scrutiny for future fitness, for greater Great Game purpose, such as a Universal and Unilateral Lead ....... a Mutually Beneficial Intellectual Property Feed and Seed.

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Sooner or later...

Assange will be held accountable for his actions.

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Re: Sooner or later...

...and then it'll be back to port 119, with the zeroth hop being someone's compromised wifi router?

Problem is, port 119 doesn't care what you post through it. Wikileaks, at least, seems to put up the embarrassing stuff and leave out stuff that could get operatives killed. But hey, don't let that stop the clueless DDoSing, eh?

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"Wikileaks, at least, seems to put up the embarrassing stuff and leave out stuff that could get operatives killed."

Oh yes, right:

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/leaked-details-put-informant-lives-in-danger/story-e6frg6so-1225898206990

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/afghanistan/7917955/Wikileaks-Afghanistan-Taliban-hunting-down-informants.html

He said in front of witnesses that these 'informants' knew what they were getting themselves into, that it was a risk they ran. The paywall, the autobiog - he took the retainer, ran from the publisher withdrawing consent, and then bitched when they published to recoup their fee - the £80,000 'salary' and other rackets; how much did he give Bradley Manning? Peanuts.

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