Thursday, July 29

Julian Assange

Andrés Manuel López Obrador, cárcel, Julian Assange, Noticias, pegasus, Presidente de México, Tendencias, WikiLeaks

President of Mexico calls for Julian Assange to be released | Digital Trends Spanish

Andrés Manuel López Obrador, president of Mexico, called for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to be released as he is "unjustly in jail." The president affirmed that the Australian activist, who is being held in London's Belmarsh prison awaiting extradition to the United States, is treated "viciously" for revealing cases of espionage, similar to those that have recently become known with the Pegasus software. López Obrador referred to Assange when speaking about the espionage cases in Mexico, in particular the international investigation that showed that the Government of Enrique Peña Nieto used a mechanism to try to infect about 15,000 cell phones with this same software. This espionage would have even affected the close environment of the president, since 50 people, including family m...
Edward Snowden, John McAfee, Julian Assange, Noticias, Tendencias

Mystery in McAfee’s death and Julian Assange warned | Digital Trends Spanish

A cloak of doubts and conspiracies began to circulate after the death on June 23, John mcafee, the prominent cybersecurity businessman, who would have committed suicide in his cell in Barcelona while awaiting his extradition to the United States. Several tweets began to circulate on social networks indicating that the British magnate days before his hanging had warned that a suicide would not be something that was premeditated by him. “I am happy here. I have friends. The food is good. Everything is fine. Know that if I hang up, Epstein-style, it won't be my fault ", reads the tweet. RIP John McAfee who died from apparent suicide while awaiting extradition. Problem is: he was claiming to do well in prison and insisted that & quot; if I hang myself, a la Epstein, it will be no faul...
Edward Snowden, John McAfee, Julian Assange, Politics, Speed desk, Tech News

Edward Snowden says Julian Assange’could be next’ after John McAfee dies by suicide in jail

Edward Snowden said he fears that Julian Assange'could be next' if he faces extradition. John McAfee took died by apparent suicide on Wednesday. News had broken that he would be extradited to the US from Spain. "Europe should not extradite those accused of non-violent crimes to a court system so unfair," Snowden tweeted. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
Arrestos, Bill Gates, Donald Trump, Estados Unidos, Guías, John McAfee, Julian Assange, Personajes tech en problemas con la justicia

Heroes or villains? Tech characters in trouble with the law | Digital Trends Spanish

The big names in technology have not escaped arrest, while still others face ongoing legal proceedings that involve not just one country. Therefore, it is pertinent to make a count of those characters tech in trouble with the law. It is not a definitive list, it will be updated with other cases of the type. For now, it goes from the arrest of Bill Gates in the 70s to the curious situation of John McAfee. Bill gates The now-philanthropist and one of the main proponents of the COVID-19 vaccine was arrested in New Mexico, a couple of times in the 1970s, specifically in 1975 and 1977, for speeding. Interestingly, the second time he gave one of the most remembered images of a character in trouble with the law, as Gates is seen carefree - he was only 21 years old - with a ...