Sandy’s Wikipedia Page and Content Forging

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Apparently, the Wikipedia scandal last September (Corruption in Wikipedia Confirmed by pochp) didn’t blow but here’s a new one

‘Ken Mampel, an unemployed, 56-year-old Floridian, is in large part the creator of the massive Hurricane Sandy Wikipedia page. He’s also the reason that, for nearly a week, the page had no mention of climate change…’

Obama Administration Paying for CNN Content
That is what Amber Lyon claims. Sundancecracker also claims that the two-time Emmy winner Lyon worked for CNN

‘She says she was ordered to report fake stories, delete unfriendly stories adverse to the Obama administration (like the Nick Robertson report), and construct stories in specific manners while working for the left-wing network.

‘CNN is paid by foreign and domestic Government agencies for specific content…’

Who is Amber Lyon
According to CaaSpeakers, she was an ex-reporter at the NBC affiliate KVOA

‘In December 2007, Amber moved to Central America. She spent the majority of her six-month trip living in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala. While in Quetzaltenango, Amber volunteered at the privately-owned local TV station, Cable DX, working for the nightly news program, Primera Linea.

‘Upon returning to the states, Amber landed a job as a morning news anchor and reporter in Miami. Due to a management change, the show shifted to a lighter, entertainment-driven focus, so Amber moved on to another opportunity where she could focus on her hard news passion…’

Legal Guide for Bloggers and Bloggers’ Rights
‘One of EFF’s goals is to give you a basic roadmap to the legal issues you may confront as a blogger to let you know you have rights and to encourage you to blog freely with the knowledge that your legitimate speech is protected.

‘To that end we have created the Legal Guide for Bloggers a collection of blogger-specific FAQs addressing everything from fair use to defamation law to workplace whistle-blowing.

‘In addition EFF continues to battle for bloggers’ rights in the courtroom:…’


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