Links 15 febbraio 2011

Cominciamo con Wikileaks. Ne parlano due articoli su wired.

Spy Games: Inside the Convoluted Plot to Bring Down WikiLeaks

When Aaron Barr, of HBGary Federal, was finalizing a recent computer security presentation for the U.S. Transportation Security Administration, a colleague had a bit of good-natured advice for him: “Scare the sh*t out of them!” In retrospect, this may not have been the advice Barr needed.

Assange Urged Delay of Cables to Protect Manning

Julian Assange opposed immediate publication of U.S. State Department cables out of fear that it would help confirm that Army Pfc. Bradley Manning had illegally passed the classified material to WikiLeaks, according to a new book written by journalists at the Guardian.

Poi un paio di articoli sui giovani.

In Portogallo non vedono futuro, sostiene  José Manuel Fernandes sul sito di Presseurop.

Mentre i “baby boomers” continuano a difendere i propri “diritti acquisiti”, i loro figli non hanno prospettive e devono accontentarsi di condizioni sempre più precarie. Senza un’apertura generazionale il paese rischia la frattura.

Infine, il Guardian pubblica un’inchiesta sulle studentesse che si danno alla lap dance per pagarsi gli studi.

Student by day … lap-dancer by night

It doesn’t clash with lectures and pays up to £300 a night. Rowenna Davis talks to students who are funding their studies by lap-dancing

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