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WikiLeaks, the New Information Cultures and Digital Parrhesia

How does one understand WikiLeaks, which has not only redefined media ethics but has also redefined what we understand as media cultures?

Coup d'etat in Washington

Bush's accession to the presidency was in violation to the constitution. In the end he was not elected, but was selected in the supreme court. That was the beginning of the violation of the constitutional separation of powers and checks and balances. Since then the Bush administration has carried these violations farther than any previous one in US history.

Goa: Perils of Knowing

The state's Right to Information Act, 1997 has given rise to a number of applications for information from a wide-ranging section of the population. Their experience, although uneven, has probably had some impact on the functioning of the government which now can, at any time, come under direct scrutiny by the people.
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