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John Young was born in 1935.
Documents by John Young
|Title||Document type||Publication date||Subject(s)||Description|
|Document:Anonymous Surpasses Wikileaks||article||17 February 2011||Wikileaks|
|Document:NYT and Guardian on Wikileaks||article||4 February 2011||Wikileaks|
New York Times
|Document:Nothing too Threatening to Publish||article||10 July 2011||Cryptome|
|Document:Review of "Freedom and the Future of the Internet"||book review||30 November 2012||Cypherpunks: Freedom and the Future of the Internet|
|Document:Snowden Civil War||article||5 December 2013||Surveillance State|
Edward Snowden Affair
|A pithy and on-the-button forecast from John Young about the how the Edward Snowden affair will likely pan out: if the NSA does not yet have effective control of the Snowden leaks, then they are going to make sure that those that have not been published already (i.e. >99% of Snowden's cache) never see the light of day. This is authoritative stuff from a seasoned professional.|
|Document:UK Library Spies||7 January 2011||Surveillance State|
|Document:Secrets and Lies||article||1 September 2007||John Cook|
|Document:That's Outrageous||article||1 March 2005||Michael Crowley||A Readers Digest contributor is outraged, OUTRAGED I say, that a web site like Cryptome should be 'allowed to exist'. He does not intend humour at all, he is deadly serious - which is precisely what makes the piece so funny.|
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