> The gloves were off on Tuesday as the US Government explicitly argued that all journalists are liable to prosecution under the Espionage Act (1917) for publishing classified information
> Counsel for the US government also argued that the famous Pentagon Papers supreme court judgement on the New York Times only referred to pre-publication injunction and specifically did not preclude prosecution under the Espionage Act.
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Rubberhose cryptography and the idea behind Wikileaks: Julian Assange as a physics student
Never mind, I finally found https://www.typescriptlang.org/docs/handbook/declaration-files/publishing.html which is quite helpful.
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"A show trial is to be used to make an example of Julian #Assange. The point is to intimidate other journalists. Intimidation, by the way, is one of the primary purposes for the use of torture around the world. The message to all of us is: This is what will happen to you if you emulate the Wikileaks model." - Nils Melzer, UN Special Rapporteur on Torture.
Bike racing, TdF
Time for the weirdest Tour de France in history! My money is on Dany Martínez for the white jersey. I'd love to see Wout van Aert in green in Paris (if the race even makes it there), but that would require Rogliç to be too injured for contesting yellow in the first place I guess. And even then, Tom Dumoulin would probably just take over anyway.
This place is in zone 9b/10a, in case you're interested. Mediterranean plants sometimes just randomly start growing next to the existing stuff in our containers. E.g. there's a bush of I-did't-find-out-what that I transplanted, with nice yellow flowers all over it in the morning, sprouts of which just showed up everywhere around the Ginseng tree during the course of a week or two.
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