Integrity Initiative Part 3

14 December 2018 — Cyber Guerilla

Greetings. We are Anonymous.

Our previous publication has sparked public outrage in the UK, therefore we feel bound to break silence once again and change the way the operation is going on.

[Below, the files are linked individually and here are all the files in PDF and Zipped. IntegrityInitiative WB]

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Newly Released ‘Integrity Intitiative’ Papers Include Proposal For Large Disinformation Campaigns

14 December 2018 — Moon of Alabama

The person(s) who first published documents of the shady UK organization Integrity Initiative decided that the discussion is about the Initiative is not yet sufficient and published more documents.

The first dump on the Cyberguerilla site happened on November 5. We discussed it here. A smaller dump on November 29 revealed more about the UK government paid Integrity Initiatives influence work in Germany, Spain and Greece. A third dump followed today.

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Julian Assange: No Surrender By Ann Garrison

13 December 2018 — Global Research

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange appears to be one step closer to forcible removal from Ecuador’s London Embassy, most likely to be extradited to the US to face charges in the Eastern District Court of Virginia, which is commonly known as “the espionage court.” If UK police have to go in and remove him by force that will of course demonstrate the brutality of the state in the Gandhian tradition.

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Statewatch News Online, 12 December 2018 (18/18)

13 December 2018 — Statewatch

e-mail: office@statewatch.org

Also available as a pdf file: http://www.statewatch.org/news/2018/dec/email-dec.pdf

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ANALYSIS

1. Statewatch Analysis: ‘More police’ is not a synonym for ‘more security’ by Andreu Merino. 

STATEWATCH NEWS

1.    Talk by Aidan White at the launch of Statewatch’s Library & Archive
2.    IRELAND: High Court strikes down Ireland’s data retention regime
3.    Refugee crisis: latest news from across Europe (3-10.12.18)
4.    Travel surveillance: USA calls for global PNR standard and seeks to export profiling software
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UK Government Is Funding Military Grade Psyops to Smear and Calumniate Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party By Kitty S Jones

10 December 2018 — Politics and Insights

On page X of the document, it says: “NATO definition of PSYOPS. Allied Administrative Publication (AAP)-06 defines psychological operations as: planned activities using methods of communication and other means directed at approved audiences in order to influence perceptions, attitudes and behaviour, affecting the achievement of political and military objectives.”

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Labour Demand Government Explains £2m Taxpayers’ Cash Funding Infowars Unit Which Smeared Corbyn and Labour By Ben Gelblum

10 December 2018 — The London Economic

Emily Thornberry has responded to revelations today that around £2 million public money was funnelled to a charity in Scotland which posted disparaging stories against Jeremy Corbyn and other Labour figures.
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A Public Service Internet for Europe?

7 December 2018 — Media Reform Coalition

By Professor Angela Phillips (Goldsmiths, University of London)

The French Government announced in October that the National Assembly and Army Ministry would no longer be relying on American digital companies for Internet search.  They are in future going to be using the French and German developed Quant search system which doesn’t track its users’ personal data and doesn’t therefore expose users to the misuse of personal data for advertising or propaganda purposes.

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A World First In Citizen Surveillance By The State

6 December 2018 — True Publica

By TruePublica: Last month TruePublica reported that the British government were going full Orwellian and was now aiming to create a biometric database on top of its mass data bulk collection through surveillance systems that have been deemed illegal by the highest courts in the UK and EU. However, in Australia – a member of the Five-Eyes surveillance clan, the law is being changed to take us one step closer to the complete eradication of privacy.

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