Indiana June 6, 2012, 00:24
Though I refrain to the alcoholic liquor mostly but pinpointed the truth in their debate over gigantic hacking technologies. a very candid discussion, really liked it.
Glenn Allen Nolen June 5, 2012, 22:05
That was absolutely brilliant and intriguing conversation. I am looking forward to the next segment.
Disappointed June 5, 2012, 21:35
A missed media opportunity

Chatting with friends and supporters is all very well, but the in-jokes, obscure references and technical jargon went over the heads of most of the potential audience.

As with most television attempts at discussing anything to do with internet privacy or security or anonymity, or the threats against innocent civilians posed by governments, commercial entities or criminals etc. this programme tried to cover far too many topics in half an hour, each of which could have filled several hours of television.

Why should a general, intelligent, but not specialised audience, be expected to even know who or what a Cypher Punk or even a Cyber Punk is / was, without any explanation or preamble ?

Where exactly is anyone in the general public, who is not already part of Julian Assange’s inner circle, meant to find the actual PGP Key mentioned in the end credits and on the contact page of this RT website?

World Tomorrow high security PGP only:

PGP 4096R/1A084058: 975C 4500 DD8C D29F 308E 4C73 9A5C D7BB 1A08 4058

Neither Wikileaks nor RT nor Quick Roll Productions provides any clear instructions regarding exactly how you use this PGP Key securely and without being tracked, even if you are lucky enough to find it somewhere (it is not on any of their websites, nor on the main public PGP Keyservers)

Deniz June 5, 2012, 21:06
By far this is *the* most important episode! Good, good work
jamvaru June 5, 2012, 20:33
I wonder, what alternative(s) would RT suggest were they to go belly up?
. I regret that we cannot force feed knowledge to those who need it most. In fact, those are the same ones who refuse to listen. Only an education revolution (in USA anyway) will make lasting changes for the better. Well, that and Armageddon, I suppose.
. The premise of Star Wars seems to hold true, people will not organize effectively until it is already too late, and miracles are required. Luckily we have a miracle worker on our side. Even so, every word has weight, for the good or the bad, and every action has an impact on reality. Each little one we rescue from insanity is a victory over evil. This is the calling of humanity. Die to your personal tragedy, live for your fellow human being.
Anonymous June 5, 2012, 19:47
Very good programming. RT News is head and shoulders above most other 24 hour news channels.
Sina June 5, 2012, 19:07
This episode, I believe, is the most important among the others in the series. A simple discussion on something every internet user must know. Thanks for delivering such a high quality material.
Elpibe June 5, 2012, 19:03
Assange keep it up !!