Iceland has approved a package of laws designed to make the country an international haven for reporters. The laws, which were both inspired and assisted by Wikileaks, offer sweeping speech protections for individuals and groups. The laws protect the anonymity of anonymous sources, empower whistle-blowers, and seek to expand the freedom of information, as well as other provisions.  
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Hope that works out better for them...
Dyskolos: ...than their previous plan of becoming a haven for banking and finance.
jtown: Yeah, sorry about that, Iceland. Our bad.
FoolProof: The road to recovery starts with becoming a political thorn in the side of anyone that would partner with you financially.
Dyskolos: Let us celebrate our new partnership with a large serving of putrid shark.  
FoolProof: I prefer my shark deep fried with tartar sauce.
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johnny2000: Link #149668
spoon: J2000,  
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