Experts claim that new WikiLeaks revelations that the NSA secretly spied on Japanese diplomats could delay or derail negotiations to bring Tokyo into the US-led Trans Pacific Partnership.
US China Policy Foundation Co-Chair and former Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Charles Freeman Jr. claims that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe could use the WikiLeaks revelations of US spying on his government to make security affairs far more secret.
With all the revelations that have come out about the NSA and our foreign and domestic spy programs, it can, at times, become difficult to parse out exactly what we're supposed to be getting pissed off about and what is the exact kind of spy-work we ought to expect the alphabet agencies to conduct. Show More Summary
Wikileaks has published a disturbing claim, that the US NSA have been monitoring Japanese government internal deliberations on Climate Change. According to Wikileaks; Target Tokyo PRESS RELEASE Today, Friday 31 July 2015, 9am CEST, WikiLeaks publishes “Target Tokyo”, 35 Top Secret NSA targets in Japan including the Japanese cabinet and Japanese companies such as Mitsubishi,…
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WikiLeaks has released documents that appear to show US spying on Japanese officials — the second such revelation showing surveillance of an American ally in as many months. Similar to a June release by the group that focused on US spying...Show More Summary
Newly published Wikileaks papers show Australia receives US intelligence on Japanese trade talks: The Saturday Paper.
Wikileaks revealed on July 31 that the US National Security Agency spied on Japanese companies, senior government officials, governmental advisors and even Premier Shinzo Abe at least from September 2006 to September 2007.
The US National Security Agency spied on Japanese high-profile officials and businessmen, WikiLeaks revealed on Friday.
A new series of documents released by WikiLeaks reveals a list of 35 high-profile targets in Japan that the NSA has spied on since 2006. Read more...
This is an updated version of John Pilger’s 2014 investigation which tells the unreported story of an unrelenting campaign, in Sweden and the US, to deny Julian Assange justice and silence WikiLeaks.
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WikiLeaks has released a secret document relating to negotiations for the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP), which they say reveals plans to introduce a “one size fits all” system that would benefit the world’s largest multinational corporations at the expense of governments.
There's a documentary on Steve Jobs coming out called Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine. The director is Alex Gibney, who directed the excellent Going Clear (about Scientology), We Steal Secrets (about Wikileaks), and Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room. The trailer: Tags: Alex Gibney movies Steve Jobs trailers video
Providing German opposition with lists of US espionage targets was unreasonable, the head of American Academy in Berlin, Gerhard Casper, said in an interview with the German Bild newspaper, published Monday.
The first trailer has just been released for Steve Jobs: The Man In the Machine, a new documentary about the late Apple co-founder. Directed by Alex Gibney, known for documentaries like We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks, The Man in the Machine is framed as an honest, unflinching look at Jobs. Show More Summary
Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine is a new documentary film from Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney (Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks, Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room, Taxi to the Dark Side). Show More Summary
A division of Boeing wanted to work with malware firm Hacking Team to create a spyware-carrying drone that could infect computers via Wi-Fi, according to leaked emails published by WikiLeaks.
New WikiLeaks revelations about US National Security Agency (NSA) spying on the German Foreign Ministry reveal hypocrisy by the United States toward its allies, co-director of privacy activist group Code Red Simon Davies told Sputnik on Tuesday.
The latest secret document revelations from WikiLeaks regarding US National Security Agency (NSA) espionage on Europeans, shows German government as a “complete vassal” of the United States, a member of the German Bundestag with the Die Linke party told Sputnik Tuesday.