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Internet Gun Runners

In Archive, Australia, Big Data, Economy, EFF, Internet, leaksource, Microsoft, NATO, News, Politics, Tor, twitter, USA, video, Viral Videos, World Revolution on April 22, 2014 at 10:11 AM


Sending guns through the mail has always been a problem for authorities, but when you add the internet, it becomes a tidal power.

The numbers of parcels sorted and delivered each month by delivery centres all around the world has increased exponentially.

And where there is an opportunity to take advantage of a loop hole in a system there is little doubt that eventually it is expanded upon and all control is lost.

Criminal groups have recently been using the “dark web” or the “hidden web” to sell guns, and gun components through the internet.

The phenomenon on its own is a concern , however when corruption is added into the equation a systemic breakdown of protocol occur.

This inevitably leads to an increased danger to the publics safety and an increase in violent crimes.

Recent prosecutions have shown how corruption within the system is facilitating gun component deliveries and enabling this to continue undetected.

The extradition of  two Australian men over gun smuggling earlier this year serves as evidence as to the corruption within the system which is enabling this to continue.







Cyber Maturity in the Asia Pacific Region 2014

In Activism, Archive, ASIO, Australia, Big Data, China, Conspiracy, CYBERCOM, Economy, Encryption, Five Eyes, Internet, Japan, leaksource, Microsoft, SPIN, TPP, TrapWire, World Revolution on April 14, 2014 at 11:02 AM


The report which is available as a 3.5MB pdf which places Australia in second place, behind America, but ahead of China in cyber capabilities.




The report is written by  Tobias Feakin, Jess Woodall and Klée Aiken and published through Australian Strategic Policy Institute, or the ASPI.

It reads more like a score card, the same criteria is marked off against each country in a tabulated format. This then gives a ranking from highest to lowest.

Throughout the criteria the most common flaw seems to be out dated or poorly maintained infrastructure which is impeding the internet access to a population.

Some countries receive high praise for scoring in the eighty percents as others are relegated to “poor” and “disconnected”.

What the report fails to highlight is the difference between internet subscriptions and mobile phones connected to the internet, or is this a statistical trick, often used to make things seem more than what they really are…?

For example does an internet connection mean a ‘hand held‘ device or ‘internet subscription‘ which could include numerous devices. or are they deemed the same? For example Australia has 12.4 million internet subscriptions at the end of June 2013, and 19.6 million Australians have mobile phones connected to the internet. 

Singapore has high internet connectivity: about 74.2% of its population uses the internet, with 123.3 mobile-broadband subscriptions per 100 inhabitants.






It is interesting to note that some of the major sponsors that ASPI want us to know about at least, are not quiet the sort of companies you would expect to find in an Australian Strategic Policy Institute Report. Serco, Boeing and IBM…?


The ABC Lateline called it “A landmark report released tonight..” possibly ignorant to the major sponsor tab on the web site, or perhaps just the web site itself…but why the complete lack of  reporting on this fact in the ABC Report is a mystery. The other interesting aspect to this report  is the “overall digital strength”. How is that calibrated? Is it perhaps the population of a city divided by the number of internet connections and multiplied by the mega bit download or some other arbitrary formula intended to bamboozle and confuse?


The Bottom line of this auspicious report …we’re better than China…so everything is okay.






Below is a table which shows by country the ‘scores, by category’ each received in the ASPI report methodology.  You can also compare the 2007 report.aspi-3

Stanley Cohen – “Tomorrow will be a difficult day…”

In ACLU, Activism, Al Jazeera NEWSHOUR, Alex Jones, Amnesty, Anonymous, Archive, Assange, Bahrain, Barrett Brown, Big Brother, Censorship, CIA, Conspiracy, CYBERCOM, DAILY NEWS ARCHIVE, DEA, DHS, DoD, EFF, Federal Reserve, FEMA, Fiscal Cliff, FOI, Hastings, INTERPOL, Israel, Israhell, Jeremy Hammond, leaksource, Marijuana, New York, Pardon, Police State, Politics, Sabu, TrapWire, USA on April 13, 2014 at 2:55 PM

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This is the statement from Stanley Cohen, a person with great moral fortitude, a man who stands by his beliefs and not his baggage, a good guy.


All of us here at LeakSource wish you the best of luck and will continue to support you throughout the future.


Standoff in Zaporizhia

In Activism, Archive, EU, G7, Google, leaksource, News, Politics, Russia, Russia, UN, World Revolution on April 13, 2014 at 2:29 PM


Zaporizhia  city in southeastern Ukraine, situated on the banks of the Dnieper River.




Earlier in this evening it was reported  so-called self-defence units in the Ukrainian city of Zaporizhia declared full mobilisation on Sunday to resist possible provocations, Unian reported.
The staff of the people’s self-defence has information that provocateurs from Odessa are hearing to the city.

Pro Russian supporters are covered in flour and eggs as fireworks  are thrown in amongst them.


video: Standoff in Zaporizhia 


Police move the protestors away in a  long parade which continues through the town in an effort to protect the remaining Pro Russian protestors.


video: Standoff in Zaporizhia – 2


Six protestors were injured during clashes which have come after other troubling escalations  in Sloviansk over the past day.

Drone Drug Delivery into Melbourne Remand Centre

In Al Jazeera NEWSHOUR, Anonymous, Archive, DHS, Drones, Drugs, leaksource, Surveillance, Technology, twitter, WikiLeaks on March 9, 2014 at 9:38 PM

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Victorian Police arrested a 28 year old man has been arrested after a drone was detected flying near the Metropolitan Remand Centre in Ravenhall north of Melbourne about 4.30pm yesterday.

The drone was carrying contraband and was seized by prison staff which then led to the apprehension of a man and women waiting in a near by car.

The man has been charged with attempting to commit an indictable offence and possessing a drug of dependence.

The man has been bailed to appear at Melbourne Magistrates Court next Monday.



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