John Young

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Born1935
SpouseDeborah Natsios
Founder/Owner ofCryptome
Interests • Tor
• leaks
• “National security”
• CIA

John Young was born in 1935.[1]

Well, conspiracy theory was invented by the spies. No one does more more conspiracy theory than spies do. The national security apparatus cooks up conspiracy theories all the time, but they put out this story that is just conspiracy theory, as though it's contemptible. But in fact, they're the ones who cook up the threats that are far more complex and bizarre than anything we ordinary people could ever cook up and they get billions to fight it. So they're almost diabolically conspiratorially. So let me call myself a sceptic and I'm willing to learn, welcome criticism. I don't mind these terms of being a dissident, a conspiracy theorist. Those are all throwaway terms. (interview with RT Jan 2, 2011)[2]


 

Documents by John Young

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:Anonymous Surpasses Wikileaksarticle17 February 2011Wikileaks
'Anonymous'
Document:NYT and Guardian on Wikileaksarticle4 February 2011Wikileaks
The Guardian
New York Times
Document:Nothing too Threatening to Publisharticle10 July 2011Cryptome
Document:Review of "Freedom and the Future of the Internet"book review30 November 2012Cypherpunks: Freedom and the Future of the Internet
Document:Snowden Civil Wararticle5 December 2013Surveillance 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 Spiesemail7 January 2011Surveillance State

 

Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Secrets and Liesarticle1 September 2007John Cook
Document:That's Outrageousarticle1 March 2005Michael CrowleyA 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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