Compromised Code Names, Operations and Equipment / Recent and in progress ( Updated 12:37PM PST / 27OCT2013 )

Editors Note: (Ralph Turchiano) Requested Repost from the archives (Oct 2013) EEV: Recently Compromised or exposed Code names, Operations, Software and facilities. The list is in no particular order and is being updated frequently. These are just the discoveries from the past 2 years. * Details of ALL operations can be found through inputting the…

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Athens bans protests for EU meeting

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Europe says No to drug data access ” arguing that this would undermine commercial interests and that there was no overriding public interest in disclosure”

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