Denmark is still curious about the Release of attempted murder suspect… we are not…

Release of attempted murder suspect in Turkey not closed, says Danish PM Questions over Turkey’s release of the shooting suspect of a right-wing writer and critic of Islam in Copenhagen in 2013 have not been resolved, Danish PM Helle Thorning-Schmidt has said Release of Danish murder suspect ‘decision of Turkish judiciary’ Danish media had reported that Turkey … Read more

Anthropology roundup: Ashraf Ghani, Afghanistan’s New President an anthropologist… Anthro and Ebola…

Pentagon Photography and Visual Anthropology  OPEN ANTHROPOLOGY by Maximilian Forte Congratulations to Anthropologist Ashraf Ghani, Afghanistan’s New President Huffington Post The American Anthropological Association extends its warm congratulations to Dr. Ashraf Ghani, the newly elected president of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. Dr. Ghani, who has formed a unity government with his electoral opponent, Dr. Abdullah … Read more

Obama To Launch PR Blitz for Seeking Approval for Syria Strike…the regional refugee crisis… Syria updates..

Morning Brief: Seeking Approval for Syria Strike, Obama To Launch PR Blitz Seeking Approval for Syria Strike, Obama To Launch PR Blitz Top News: With Congress back in Washington, the Obama administration will launch an all-out lobbying blitz this week to secure congressional support for a military intervention in Syria, a proposal that has at best tepid support on … Read more

Obama wins support from leaders in Congress for Syria military strike… Syria updates….

  Obama wins support from leaders in Congress for Syria military strike U.S. President Barack Obama won the support of leaders from both parties in the House of Representatives for limited strikes against President Bashar al-Assad‘s forces Understanding the Syrian Civil War Consortium News Chillingly, the just cited Wikileaks memorandum notes that the assembled military and intelligence officers … Read more

The French Way: “Why You Can?t Say ?Twitter? Or ?Facebook? On French TV” and a massive cyberculture roundup…

Why You Can?t Say ?Twitter? Or ?Facebook? On French TV by Christina Warren Television and radio personalities in France can no longer say ?Twitter? or ?Facebook? on the air unless it?s in a news story about those specific companies, according to a decree from the French broadcasting authority CSA. The Facebook Effect on Relationships [INFOGRAPHIC] … Read more

[updated continously] Wikileaks releases Iraq War Documents. Biggest Military Leak in History

last updated: 01 Nov 2010 Biggest Military Leak in History: WikiLeaks Releases 390,000 Iraq War Documents from Mashable! by Ben Parr WikiLeaks has once again captured international headlines with the release of 391,832 secret Iraq War documents that reveal new information about detainee treatment, civilian deaths, and the involvement of Iran in backing Iraqi … Read more

Wikileaks to publish Pentagon Iraq documents; U.S. Government use Facebook For Surveillance…

The Original Pirate: See full post and comment: Next leak, next week, from Wikileaks? What’s expected: 400,000 US Army docs from Iraq from Boing Boing by Xeni Jardin Reports are circulating that WikiLeaks will release close to 400,000 secret U.S. Army reports from the Iraq War next week. Once again, this would become the … Read more

“Nearly 200 Pentagon cybersecurity regulations…. in a chart…

Nearly 200 Pentagon cybersecurity regulations, all on a handy, 2-foot-long chart from Boing Boing by Xeni Jardin Here’s a mindblowingly complex and exhaustive info-chart outlining the 193 documents that govern the activities of the Pentagon’s geek squads…………. ?Pep Rally? ? a truly exogenous trending topic on Twitter from apophenia by zephoria Logging onto Twitter to … Read more

Wikileaks to release more military documents!

Wikileaks to soon release massive new cache of military documents from Boing Boing by Xeni Jardin Newsweek reports that Wikileaks will soon publish what is believed to be an extremely large cache of war documents, constituting the biggest military leak of all time. The exact number of documents and the nature of their contents have … Read more

Attacking global guerilla’s reputation: Julian Assange accused of rape

update: Swedish prosecutor drops WikiLeaks rape charge GLOBAL GUERRILLA: Julian Assange from Global Guerrillas by John Robb Julian Assange is the front man for Wikileaks. Wikileaks, if you haven’t been keeping up with current events, is a network that runs a site dedicated to making leaks easy.   It’s been very effective at this.  Wins … Read more

Now Pentagon angry with Wikileaks

Pentagon orders Wikileaks to delete classified documents from Boing Boing by Rob Beschizza In a briefing at the Defense Department, Pentagon Spokesman Geoff Morrell ordered Wikileaks to remove classified documents and return them to the U.S. government. Pentagon to WikiLeaks: Return Our Secret Documents, Or Else from Mashable! by Ben Parr Should Wikileaks join the … Read more

more headache for Pentagon: “Wikileaks releases classified Afghanistan war logs

Human Terrain System in Wikileaks? Afghan War Diary: Searching for Evidence of the Positive from OPEN ANTHROPOLOGY by Maximilian Forte One question we have to ask ourselves is how the managers of the Human Terrain System can use these same records leaked via Wikileaks to make a positive case for the program embedding civilian social … Read more

Anthro roundup: Savage Minds at Five, news from Human Terrain System etc…

New Open Access Journal: Anthropology Reviews: Dissent and Cultural Politics (ARDAC) from – anthropology in the news blog by Lorenz Is this one of the first real web2.0-journals in anthropology? A new Open Access journal was launched: Anthropology Reviews: Dissent and Cultural Politics (ARDAC) Five years of Savage Minds: Its the Content, Stupid from … Read more