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The WordPress.com Transparency Report


National Security. We’re reporting the maximum amount of information allowed by law about the number and types of National Security Requests that we received. The disclosures we’re currently allowed to make are limited, and unfortunately, we’re not permitted to paint a more truthful picture.

Originally posted on WordPress.com News:

Automattic’s mission is to democratize publishing, and a fully informed citizenry is the foundation of any functioning democracy. Keeping our users and the public fully informed about our policies on responding to government requests has always been important to us — and now, more than ever, candor in this area is vitally important.

In keeping with these principles, we’re pleased to release our first transparency report. This initial report summarizes the number of government information requests, takedown demands, and national security requests that we received during the second half of 2013. In addition to giving our users full transparency about the volume of these requests, we also hope that publicly reporting our data will help hold all parties (including us) accountable.

A few highlights of our report:

Information Requests. For the second half of 2013, approximately 0.0001% of the 48 million sites that we host were subject to a…

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No FLy Zone for Cabal [KEENAN]

An interesting move against the Cabal is the establishment of a “no fly zone” across Asia to limit their elbow room for destructive maneuvers, such as the recent diversion of Flight M370 towards another false flag operation which could have created, to say the least, the biggest turmoil so far, or possibly an “extinction level” event.

Here’s the latest from the Group K…

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Common Law Community Training Manual


Establishing the Reign of Natural Liberty: The Common Law and its Courts

A Community Training Manual

Issued by The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (Brussels)

What is assembling is the first court in history to bring judgment against the Vatican and the Crown of England as institutions. But our Court also signals the dawn of a new notion of justice: one defined by the people themselves, and especially by the historic victims of church and state, to bring about not only a judgment on their persecutors, but a new political and spiritual arrangement to undo the systems responsible for intergenerational crimes against humanity
- from the founding Charter of The International Common Law Court of Justice, September 1, 2012

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