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Hello.
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VP Joe Biden: “I would argue that it’s closer to being a high tech terrorist than, than the Pentagon Papers.”
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Should Wikileaks be punished for publishing classified information?
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What has been released in the documents obtained by Wikileaks so far? WikiLeaks has more than 250,000 cables from 250,000 cables from American embassies American embassies around the world around the world (emails and other correspondence). They are releasing info everyday through various media partners. Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin is described in the cables as an "alpha-dog.” Afghan President Hamid Karzai is reported to be "driven by paranoia.” German Chancellor Angela Merkel allegedly "avoids risk and is rarely creative.”
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Huh? What’s the big deal? What’s the big deal?
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"I don't think there is any substantive damage, no," Biden said, when asked about the WikiLeaks revelations.
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"I don't think there is any substantive damage, no," Biden said, when asked about the WikiLeaks revelations.
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"I don't think there is any substantive damage, no," Biden said, when asked about the WikiLeaks revelations.
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So, is Julian Assange a hero of information or a threat to society?
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I have no idea. Do you?
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Over the next 14 weeks, we’ll discuss these kinds of issues in journalism. And hopefully make you critical consumers of information. And hopefully make you critical consumers of information.
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Welcome to J1111: Journalism & Society
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The syllabus is on BlackBoard. Print it and take it with you everywhere you go.
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Give a copy to your best friend, girlfriend, boyfriend, roommate, the lady at the coffee shop and your mother.
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to follow you, carrying the syllabus with him. The syllabus is your
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2011 for the course COM 1111 taught by Professor Georgemiller during the Spring '11 term at Temple.

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