Day 4: Wikileaks


This week has been crazy. One of the reasons was the release of the diplomatic cables by Wikileaks, and not only what the publication itself entails – how much information needs to be made public by governments?  – but also the reaction to it. Suddenly, freedom of speech does not seem to matter anymore. In fact, the analysis of the information has been covered up by the attacks against the person and the platform itself. Transparency is vital for democracy and we should not allow a push back to happen.

Yesterday night, day 4 for my calendar, I discovered this nightly expressions on a rear window, hastily written, and bound to melt.


One Response to “Day 4: Wikileaks”

  1. 1 akw

    cover up? eh? hardly.

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