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  • CountZero
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    Having read through the article, it’s really difficult to see how it can be justified when the person who did the original hack, and placed all the info into the public domain only got ten years.

    Wow. That is really scary ! When the US authorities go after people, they really go after people.

    I mean 105 years. That seems absurd. As has been mentioned, when all he did was link to information that was already in the public domain. Crazy.

    Justified or an attempt to discourage others for fear of what they may reveal?

    http://en.rsf.org/united-states-for-investigating-private-11-07-2013,44924.html

    The question is why are they being so harsh?

    obelix
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    Interesting last line, especially when you consider that Obama is the darling of the liberal left, even winning the Nobel Peace Prize just after entering office.

    Under President Obama there have been more prosecutions against whistleblowers under the Espionage Act than any previous president and other all presidents combined.

    glupton1976
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    I wonder what it would take for Nobel to take back its peace prize.

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    It’s an interesting quote that but what is the actual number?

    mt
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    all lefties of any degree are dictators just under the surface, history proves this (do your own research). Their certain they are right like all those with so called leftist socialist tendencies. when it comes to getting into any sort of power situation there know better than fascists or religious fundamentalists. at least fascists have better uniforms.

    Premier Icon somafunk
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    Apparently the USA is the land of the free or so they continue to tell us but in reality that’s the biggest crock of shite.

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