Assange: How cryptography is a key weapon in the fight against empire states

6 comments on “Assange: How cryptography is a key weapon in the fight against empire states
  1. mijj says:

    interesting that Assange was involved in the creation of the Rubberhose deniable encrypted filesystem

    (dunno if it’s still actively supported)

  2. mijj says:

    oops! .. if i’d bother to examine the reference i posted, i’d have noticed “Rubberhose is not actively maintained”


  3. oneguy says:

    Not to mention that bitcoin/altcoins can be modified for voting.

    How about no more rigged elections using a crypto coin as a counting mechanism?

    cause you know it’s 2013 and in the political world we cant even count correctly. Or rather its to easy for vested interests to hit a button and their candidate wins.

  4. BankingThiefs says:


    You don’t need Bitcoin, every PC has a unique IPv6 address in it now so you can do “one PC – one vote” quite easily.

  5. General Rasta, SLA says:

    #7. Obsession with national security

    Inevitably, a national security apparatus was under direct control of the ruling elite. It was usually an instrument of oppression, operating in secret and beyond any constraints. Its actions were justified under the rubric of protecting “national security,”and questioning its activities was portrayed as unpatriotic or even treasonous.

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  6. oneguy says:

    of course if you can’t afford a computer a votecoin could be given to you at the poll similar to giving you a ballet. Now all the votes are in the blockchain, the counting process is much faster and with a blockchain explorer anyone can verify totals.

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