So the Wikileaks cable leak has had many consequences, and one of the more surprising ones is that people have started wearing memory sticks as jewellery to support the cause. I say people, I mean one guy who blogs on Boing Boing, but still, I think he’s on the money.
The thing to do according to is to get an attractive looking memory stick – he recommends the Pico-3 ($30 on Amazon) – then copy and paste the main Wikileaks cables or perhaps, the Wikileaks Insurance file – a back-up cache of encoded leaks that will ensure the news gets out, even if the site and feeds are taken down.
Sounds like fun to me!
I’d love to see some more Wikileaks merchandise getting sold – Julian Assange T-shirts, branded memory sticks, mugs (that don’t leak) – it could help them compensate for the funds frozen in that Swiss bank account.[via BoingBoing]
related: The Julian Assange Fanciers Guild: Perhaps the wrongest thing to come out of the Wikileaks scandal
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I would love to see them go after the governments again
The link given above is quite pertinent to the whole wikileaks issue and national security. It is actually very threatening to see how the people from your enterprise itself leak your confidential information. Well we can only raise our voice against the whole incident which is happening.
It is quite interesting to know that Wikileaks is now being promoted through the sale of its merchandise..but the matter of fact remains the same that how the whole wikileaks incident pose threat to national security..and recently on this subject I came across a blog written by Microsoft security expert..on security, identity and access…to further read please follow the given link http://www.identitysecurityandaccessblog.com/
Damn good idea that.