On last night’s live show, we discussed the Iraq War Logs recently released by Wikileaks, how to tell when you might have fascism on your hands, and a little about the morals of sleeping sex. You can tune into our live show every Tuesday night 8pm QLD time on uStream. Watch the recorded video below or download […] The post No Illusions 15 appeared first on cameronreilly.com.
Australia’s most impressive media entrepreneur, Julian Assange, explains how Wikileaks works and provides some insight into recent events, in this recent interview with Wired’s Chris Anderson at TED. http://video.ted.com/assets/player/swf/EmbedPlayer.swf Assange is trying to use the internet to change the world. Show More Summary
Hollywood megastar Ben Affleck, also known for his support of liberal causes, asked documentary makers to censor their discovery that one of his ancestors owned slaves, according to a leaked email. The message published by WikiLeaks last week is part of a trove of embarrassing emails, film scripts...
So I got an email from a reporter on Friday. The note said “…. some emails from you to various Sony executives were part of the collection released on Wikileaks. I’m working on an article for [ ] about some of them—how they depict a behind-the-scenes look at Silicon Valley dealmaking. And I plan to include […]
BOSTON (AP) — Ben Affleck requested that the PBS documentary series "Finding Your Roots" not reveal he had a slave-owning ancestor, according to emails published online by whistleblower site WikiLeaks, and the information never appeared...Show More Summary
Included in the deluge of Sony executive emails, memos, PDFs and presentations released on WikiLeaks earlier this week is one little nugget that will warm your inner child’s heart: Sony may be trying to nab film rights to the Super Smash Bros. series. Read more...
Ben Affleck has come under fire for asking the PBS genealogy show Finding Your Rootsto not include his slave-owner ancestry. WikiLeaks posted one of the hacked Sony e-mails between the show's host Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Sony executive Michael Lynton. Show More Summary
A lot of information has been released to the public via the hacked Sony emails, the latest being that Ben Affleck requested that PBS censor his slave-owning ancestor segment from his episode of "Finding Your Roots." WikiLeaks has put...Show More Summary
While participating in the 2014 PBS genealogy series Finding Your Roots, Ben Affleck learned that he had an ancestor who owned slaves. Hacked Sony emails, posted publicly by WikiLeaks this week, show that the famed actor openly attempted to prevent the information from making it into the show's final cut.
Angelina Jolie was among those targeted, as some new fairly nasty Sony emails have been leaked to the public. This past Tuesday, WikiLeaks, run by Julian Assange, posted 173,000 emails in addition to 30,000 Sony documents with many of the emails focusing on Angelina Jolie. Show More Summary
David Boies says the group "rewards a totalitarian regime" by spreading sharing documents. read more
In a message to news organizations, a lawyer for the studio said that material taken in a cyberattack did not belong in the public domain.
Sony Pictures on Friday repeated its call for media organizations to not publish information stolen in last year's hack of its computer systems.
BREAKING: One day after Julian Assange and WikiLeaks announced it had indexed and cataloged all the e-mails that were stolen from Sony Pictures by computer hackers in a cyber hacking assault the U.S. government attributed to North Korea...Show More Summary
It is only logical to think that Sony has new cameras they are planning on announcing this year, although exactly what model and when the announcements will take place remains to be seen. However thanks to the database of Sony documents on WikiLeaks (via Sony Alpha Rumors), it seems that a few models have been outed in the process. Show More Summary
Columnist Tamara Tabo asks: where is the line between muckraking journalism and tawdry gossip?
As we told you earlier, WikiLeaks is posting as many of the leaked Sony emails as it can. And it seems like Cameron Crowe wrote more than one that's going to come back and bite him! First he called his Aloha star Bradley Cooper an odd bird, then in another exchange with Sony's former co-chairwoman Amy Pascal, [...]
WikiLeaks made the wrong decision in releasing the cache of data hackers obtained from Sony Pictures Entertainment in November 2014, former National Security Agency Director General Keith Alexander said on Friday.
The latest documents released by Wikileaks reveal some uncomfortable – yet unsurprising – truths about the relationship between Hollywood and the US Government. In its propaganda efforts against both Russia, the US State Department may have pressured Sony – and some of the biggest stars – into cooperating.
Known for publishing previously confidential documents, Wikileaks has released a large collection of emails from last year’s widely publicized hack of Sony, notably including Apple agreements covering Sony’s Crackle Apple TV channel, video sales through iTunes, and other topics. Show More Summary