WikiLeaks: Why It Matters. Why It Doesn’t?

[note: replaced video Sept. 17, 2014]


A panel of leading thinkers explores WikiLeaks and its implications for access to information, security, first amendment rights, innovation, and more.

WikiLeaks: Why It Matters. Why It Doesn’t?


Daniel Ellsberg, Former State and Defense Dept. Official prosecuted for releasing the Pentagon Papers

Clay Shirky, Independent Internet Professional; Adjunct Professor, Interactive Telecommunications Program, New York University

Neville Roy Singham, Founder and Chairman, ThoughtWorks

Peter Thiel, President, Clarium Capital; Managing Partner, Founder’s Fund

Jonathan Zittrain, Professor of Law and Professor of Computer Science, Harvard University; Co-founder, Berkman Center for Internet & Society


Paul Jay, CEO and Senior Editor, The Real News Network


Gareth Porter: US keeps Americans in the dark about secret wars

Ralph Nader and Ron Paul on The Federal Reserve, Military Spending, WikiLeaks and Health Care

Free Bradley Manning protest + Protest at the FBI H/Q + Spy Files

Julian Assange on Murdoch, Manning and the threat from China By John Pilger

5 thoughts on “WikiLeaks: Why It Matters. Why It Doesn’t?

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  5. ”congress shall make no law …….prohibiting the …..or abridging freedom of speech ….or of the press…….

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