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    WikiLeaks website stops again; shifting to Sweden

    OneIndia News Dec 5, 2010 The whistle-blower WikiLeaks’ website has gone offline again after facing some unknown technical errors. The Swedish company, which provides domain for WikiLeaks, has said on Sunday, Dec 5 that it is trying to fix the technical error to make the site online. The...
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    China tightens grip with review of personal websites

    Kathrin Hille Financial Times Wednesday, December 16, 2009 China has banned individuals from registering internet domain names and launched a review of millions of existing personal websites in the toughest government censorship drive so far on the internet. As of Monday, people applying...
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    russian scientists recreate searl effect/free energy/anti gtrav

    the new electrics coming into the public domain as per cliff high/webbot:trumpet: