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FREEDOM Seems About as Popular as FreedomZine Nowadays !!!

File: 15207870ef59527⋯.jpg (102.53 KB, 1600x900, 16:9, skynews-julian-assange-arr….jpg)

 No.126[Reply]

There is a lot to digest in the superseding indictment of Julian Assange, which charges the Wikileaks founder with 17 counts under the 1917 Espionage Act in connection with the Chelsea Manning disclosures. But three of those counts represent a profoundly troubling legal theory, one rarely contemplated and never successfully deployed. Under those counts, the Justice Department now seeks to punish the pure act of publication of newsworthy government secrets under the nation’s spying laws.

The 17 Espionage Act charges in the indictment can be grouped in three categories. The first category includes just count one, a conspiracy charge under § 793(g) of the Espionage Act.

The second category includes counts two through 14. Those look similar to the only other case involving a non-governmental third party charged under the Espionage Act: the unsuccessful prosecution of two employees at the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) for allegedly conspiring with a Pentagon analyst to receive and disseminate information about Iran. In that case, the government charged one AIPAC employee, Steven Rosen, with aiding and abetting the analyst’s disclosures under both the Espionage Act and 18 U.S.C § 2, the federal statute that permits someone who induces or causes another to commit a crime to be punished just like the offender. The Assange charges do the same but go further than the § 2 claim in the Rosen case. They allege that Assange “aided, abetted, counseled, induced, procured and willfully caused” Manning to leak the documents in violation of the Espionage Act (emphasis added).

But it’s the third category—counts 15 through 17—that gets at pure publication. These counts focus only on Assange’s having posted the documents on the internet and do not depend on some other action, such as encouraging the leak or receiving the information. Of course, those are also activities similar to newsgathering, which should also receive First Amendment protection . But counts 15 through 17 are totally divorced from any concerted action between Assange and Manning. The theory behind them would permit prosecution even if Assange had received the material anonymously in the mail.

Those counts allege that Assange Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.135

File: a036e67df33ceef⋯.png (1.12 MB, 1411x2293, 1411:2293, Capture _2019-05-14-07-38-….png)

>>126

But, what do "names" mean anyway?

What's in a name?

What's in a name, like say, Chelsea Manning? What does it mean? Aren't all "names" merely contrived conventions anyway?

I mean, what's in a name, like say, 'Killcen'?

Johnny Neptune?

What say you?

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 No.134[Reply]

No.

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File: 403e7aaac24c7e3⋯.gif (Spoiler Image, 727 KB, 400x400, 1:1, n shit anons.gif)

 No.117[Reply]

yor board will fail in life like you

have a shit post to christin[sic]

aa stands for andy aper

do you like old guy cock?

my cock is old

oldguycock@protonmail.com

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 No.118

File: 3aebbc615e01e61⋯.jpg (78.84 KB, 1200x675, 16:9, dde-ransomware.jpg)

https://freedomzine.hashbase.io/

I shall hack this website and post grandpa(grannypa?) porn on it

Then a driveby trojan says you have been infected, install this ransomware to remove it

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 No.125

>>118

K.

Carry on.

You are free to waste as much time and energy as you so choose in any manner of your choosing. We're kinda fond of you here on >>>/freedomzine/ though, so hope you will find time to tear yourself away from your butt-buddy Killcen over on /n/ and come visit us once in awhile.

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File: 45aeaffa8d65513⋯.png (528.28 KB, 574x480, 287:240, IMG_0029.PNG)

 No.91[Reply]

Reports are circulating that the Philippines government is looking to take action against 8chan and other free speech boards following the Christchurch, New Zealand shooting back in mid-March.

According to New Zealand outlet Scoop, the Philippines is looking to take action against 8chan because it was where the shooter allegedly frequented and where his manifesto could be found.

Faysaleyyah Abdullah from the Philippines National Defense Department told the outlet…

“We continue to monitor these websites [4chan and 8chan] but as to whether those websites are actually taken down, that is why we want to enhance legislation – it is currently being reviewed.

“But whether it has any results on the use of social media remains to be seen.”

Tim Soutphommasane, a former Australian Race Discrimination Commissioner stated that social media services need to look into modifying algorithms to take down “hate speech”, saying…

“The open question is: Social media organisations have developed highly sophisticated algorithms that are deployed for many purposes. Surely it’s within their power to devise algorithms for the purpose of taking down hate speech?”

The article also explains that Soutphommasane noted that there’s already someone in place to take down what the government might label as “harmful content”, with the article stating…

“He said an e-safety commissioner could now issue take-down notices on harmful content, and they were watching New Zealand’s attempts to coordinate global action with interest.”

You might be wondering where this push for censorship is coming from regarding 8chan? Well, it actually started back in March when it was the target of hit-pieces by mainstream media. For instance on March 22nd, 2019 The Washington Post published an article stating that sites like 8chan are “a terrorist recruiting site”, painting the imageboard as a recruitment center for terrorists.

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 No.94

File: c28221312b483ab⋯.jpg (185 KB, 2560x1796, 640:449, image-2019-05-22-21-08-40.jpg)

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 No.95

File: 367e9de7b661f3f⋯.jpg (355.32 KB, 786x1280, 393:640, 9a6e0454c55265d22cc740752c….jpg)

What's going on in here?

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File: 695b92239994267⋯.jpg (107.94 KB, 1280x1280, 1:1, dd1676c3fbe4e199526e17340a….jpg)

 No.76[Reply]

BREAKING NEWS: NOBODY CARES

Reports have surfaced that nobody cares.

A press conference was held, but nobody came.

Nobody came to listen to the press conference, because nobody showed up to announce anything. It has become clear that nobody cares.

Rumors of people caring have been reported, but there has been no evidence to back up the claims.

"If people cared enough to show they cared, then we wouldn't be having this conversation right now." said a man who did not care to be identified.

Some people have theorized the lack of caring is due to a complete oversaturation and a phenomenon where people have become desensitized, while others postulate that people never really cared in the first place

Only one person cared to comment, and they said, "None of this really matters."

https://www.nobodycares.net

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I originally posted this article over here >>>/n/778413, but few cared enough to recognize it as REAL News.

Luckily, Killcen did, and he provided an archive link to the original discussion: https://archive.fo/ZKHGe

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 No.79

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 No.86

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>>76

>>79

Praying for you both.

Here is my prayer…

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 No.87

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>86

You Like Boobies?

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 No.88

HookTube embed. Click on thumbnail to play.

>>79

>>86

>>87

WTF is wrong with the embeds?

They worked for a minute!

Let me try HookTube..

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 No.89

>>88

Hmmm…

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File: 9a025b6a1c76206⋯.gif (63.91 KB, 2210x2423, 2210:2423, mrhappyleaf21.gif)

 No.30[Reply]

Dammit! The Freedom to poison people?

Check out this article:

>inb4 copypasta

https://theseshseattle.com/2019/02/13/people-are-still-selling-you-poison-pot/

https://archive.fo/x2p9j

PEOPLE ARE STILL SELLING YOU POISON POT:

In addition to the testing normally performed as part of Uncle Ike’s OK Cannabis program, which saw two failures this round, Ike’s recently paid for pesticide testing on some products from other stores. For, shall we say, curiosity’s sake.

While the OK Cannabis program has resulted in fewer failures among products on the shelves at Uncle Ike’s, no other stores perform these random, off-the-shelf tests, so the goal was to see how some of their most popular products stack up. Not well, it turns out.

Two out of four products failed. That’s 50%, 2/4, or, colloquially, a whole fucking lot. Products were chosen based on their popularity and price point, in hopes of testing what the most people were smoking. In the case of Ionic’s Berry White cartridge, the goal was to see whether they’ve cleaned up their act since failing in the early rounds of OK testing.

Spoiler alert: they haven’t. Their Berry White, bought at Herbn Elements in Lake City, clocked in at 7.6 ppm of piperonyl butoxide (PBO), a common adjutant for fogger bomb style pesticides, which is limited to 2.0 ppm by the state. W.O.W. Industries’ Royal Kush wax came in at an eye-popping 60 ppm of the stuff, 30x the legal limit. Again, this product was purchased at Ruckus, which constantly reminds us of its status as a Clean Green Certified store.

Thirty fucking times! Like, damn, are there any Doktor Doom cans left at your local grow store, guys?

The long and the short of it is, however, that people are still selling you contaminatPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.33

Wow. Clean green sounds good to me!

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 No.43

>>30

Sounds like some Freedom-Pushers are so Profit-driven that their own greed is more important than consumer health. It's almost like venture capitalists and huge corporate entities are behind the regulation of the cannabis industry or something – oh wait – that's exactly who's behind it.

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 No.57

>>30

And it's still a thousand times cleaner than the stuff I was growing!

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 No.77

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>>30

Another thing I've noticed out here in WA is that, not only are the fertilizer and pesticide levels super high in the concentrates, producers are also adding in a bunch of terpenes willy nilly for 'flavor', learning tricks from all the hipster vape-head motherfuckers. The thing is, they are just going for flavors that are addictive, not understanding that the delicate balance of terpenes in natural cannabis product has a lot more to do with individual notes influencing the quality of the high rather than merely influencing the taste of the product.

It's the Wild West out here still.

The foxes were put in charge of the henhouse again.

>embed unrelated

only because I don't drink alcohol!

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File: 61a9d828abf6873⋯.jpg (30.93 KB, 680x340, 2:1, Pleeze-Free-Us-From-Big-Te….jpg)

 No.51[Reply]

Copy / pasting another article (((they))) just DON'T CARE about over on >>>/n/778824.

President Trump has launched a new tool designed to fight back against online censorship by Big Tech companies.

https://www.whitehouse.gov/techbias (currently down?)

The online tool was launched by the White House on Wednesday and allows Americans to report instances where they have been censored on social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook. The reports go directly to the Trump administration for review.

In a tweet on Wednesday, the administration announced the tool, declaring it is “fighting for free speech.”

“No matter your views, if you suspect political bias has caused you to be censored or silenced online, we want to hear about it!” the White House said in a tweet.

The post from the White House triggered an avalanche of responses from ordinary Americans who reported their own experiences of heavy-handed censorship by Big Tech.

Thousands of people reported they were being actively banned, suspended or “shadowbanned” for holding non-mainstream views.

“My twitter follower number reached just over 6000 followers in 2017.. then the Shadowban, Throttling, and follower purge kicked in,” one person claimed.

“Have been permanently banned from FB due to my supporting President Trump,” another revealed.

Nypost.com reports:

https://nypost.com/2019/05/15/white-house-launches-online-tool-to-fight-social-media-censorship/

The tool pPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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File: 205303e8866e466⋯.jpg (76.9 KB, 873x539, 873:539, 205303e8866e4661b37c2cd50d….jpg)

 No.47[Reply]

I am copy/pasting an article I posted over on /n/ because they have made it very clear on that board that they just DON'T CARE about REAL NEWS.

>>>/n/778806

In his first pair of interviews since being sworn in, Attorney General Barr told Fox News and WSJ that he was pursuing the investigation into the origins of the Trump-Russia probe - an investigation he has tasked

John Durham, the US Attorney from Connecticut, with leading - because Americans need to know whether the government "put a thumb on the scale" to try and undermine President Trump both during the campaign and during the first two years of his term, just like "we need to ensure that foreign actors don't influence the outcome of our elections."

Separately, he told WSJ that "government power was used to spy on American citizens…I can't imagine any world where we wouldn't take a look and make sure that was done properly."

Barr has doubled-down on using the term 'spying', which has angered Democrats, after first using it during Senate committee testimony from April 10, where he uttered the now-infamous phrase "I think spying did occur."

The AG has declined to elaborate on what prompted these concerns, though he has said he'd be interested to see the underlying intelligence that sparked the FBI decision, in the summer of 2016, to open a counterintelligence investigation. At this point, Durham's review isn't a criminal investigation, and Barr hasn't offered a timetable for when the investigation might be completed. Ultimately, the probe could lead to changing FBI protocols involving investigations into political campaigns.

Appearing to respond to Barr's interviews, President Trump declared that his campaign was "conclusively" spied on.

My Campaign for President was conclusively spied on. Nothing like this has ever happened in American Politics. A really bad situation. TREASON means long jail sentences, and this was TREASON!

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