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The SLMM's office in Batticaloawas bombed on January 13, and the mission temporarily suspended operations inTrincomalee because of the escalating violence. The Mission issued a series of statements inDecember and January, repeatedly raising concerns about the increased tensionand possibility of a full-scale return to war.Tensions eased in late January 2006, when the LTTE and the government agreed toresume ceasefire talks in Geneva.
In one case in Australia, the Tamil Tigers reportedly tried totake control of a Hindu temple in Perthand use it for fundraising purposes. The Tigers' efforts led to a governmentinvestigation, and the case was cited by the government as an argument fortighter controls on the LTTE. The Australian Minister of Foreign Affairssubsequently acted to freeze the assets of the LTTE and other entitiesassociated with terrorism in late 2001.The following year, Subramaniam Muthulingam, a member of the temple'smanagement committee, was stabbed to death by two unknown Tamil youths whilevisiting his family in Colombo.Political killings in Sri Lankaare rarely investigated, and the perpetrators in this case were neveridentified or charged. However, according reports by human rights groups,Tamils who knew Muthulingam believed that the murder was linked toMuthulingam's vocal criticism of the LTTE and his efforts to resist the Tiger'stakeover of the temple in Australia.
Jayadevan had lived in the U.K.for over twenty-five years, and before his detention was a strong supporter ofthe LTTE. In 1999 he helped Anton Balasingam, the LTTE's primary politicalrepresentative and negotiator outside of Sri Lanka, gain permission to leave Sri Lanka and get medical care in Norway.In 1999 and 2000, his temple raised funds for LTTE humanitarian projects andthe Tamil Rehabilitation Organization. When the U.K. government designated the LTTEas a terrorist group in late 2001, Jayadevanindependently initiated an application to the UK High Court for a judicialreview of the Terrorism Act, arguing that the proscription scheme violated theright to freedom of expression and freedom of association under the EuropeanConvention on Human Rights. However, his effort was not sanctioned by the LTTE andresulted in criticism from Balasingam and the pro-LTTE media.
Jeyadevan said, "We wrote theletter in Tamil to LTTE leader Prabakaran. We felt we had no choice. Ourconcern was our release." At this point, Jeyadevan had been on a limited hungerstrike, eating only one meal a day for fifteen days. After Vivekananthan'srelease on February 20, Jeyadevan went on a fullhunger strike for anadditional fifteen days. He was taken to a medical center, where doctors toldthe LTTE that he should be taken to a hospital in Colombo. He said that, instead, he wasreturned to detention.
Despite his concerns, the mantried to refuse, explaining that he was unemployed and did not have the funds.He said that the LTTE continued to pressure him, saying "You are from Sri Lanka,it is your responsibility, you must give. If you have family to look after,that is your problem. We are asking you to contribute to the freedom struggle." The LTTErepresentatives stayed for an hour and a half, until finally the man consentedto sign an agreement, promising to pay the 2,000. He filled out a form, whichrequested information including his income and his family's address in Sri Lanka.He said, "I heard from others that they will stay for hours and hours talking.They won't leave without a pledge or a post-dated check."
Some argue that the LTTE and itsfront organizations are simply engaging in aggressive fundraising strategies,and that each individual is free to decide whether or not he or she wants togive. However, the evidence collected by Human Rights Watch indicates that inmany cases the pressure to provide funds for the LTTE constitutes extortion. Someindividuals interviewed by Human Rights Watch were directly threatened whenthey refused to give; others were either told that they would not be able tovisit their family members in Sri Lanka, or would encounter unspecified"trouble" if they went to visit without having contributed. Representatives ofthe LTTE or World Tamil Movement have also engaged in intimidating behavior, asfor example, in the case of the family that was pressed to sign a writtenstatement declaring that their refusal to give money was because they did notsupport the LTTE cause.
Sitha Sittampalam, the presidentof the World Tamil Movement in Canada, told Human Rights Watch that the WorldTamil Movement "works for the welfare of Canadian Tamils and is also concernedwith the problems we face back home in terms of suppression of rights and thefreedom struggle."
The problem is that the police arenot making efforts at a national/metropolitan level to deal with the problem.The efforts made so far are by individual officers in one specific policestation. These types of efforts are temporary as transfers and promotions ofpolice officers frustrate continuity of their individual efforts. What we needis a major government level decision. The government is more pre-occupied withIslamic extremism and they have not channeled resources to deal with theproscribed LTTE activities. But the government is fully aware of the situationfacing the Tamils.
Human Rights Watch gratefullyacknowledges the generous support of the Connemara Fund, Cordaid, the CountessMoira Charitable Foundation, the Link Foundation, Oak Foundation, and RothFamily Foundation.
 Charter of the United Nations(Anti-Terrorism Persons and Entities) List 2001 (No. 2). The Minister ofForeign Affairs listed twenty-five entities, including the LTTE, in accordancewith paragraph 1(c) of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1373, whichcalls on states to "freeze without delay funds and other financial assets oreconomic resources" of persons or entities associated with terrorist acts. See _entities/2_proscribed_entities_10dec2001.html.
2009-09-12 ExeBundle V3.03 released. We plan a new release for WTM Register Maker this month. 2009-08-31 Upload the online help for Exe Bundle (Tutorial) and Exe Stealth (Tutorial). 2009-08-30 ExeStealth V4.01 released. New functions: Keygen, Keygen Tool, MachineID, Expiry Date, Bind protected file to a media and more. 2009-07-26 ExeStealth V4.0 released. We worked/planned now for full license serial key managment for next releases. 2009-07-21 ExeBundle V3.02 final released.
2009-04-03 We hope that we finish with EXEStealth V4 in April 2009. 2009-04-02 ExeBundle our EXE Joiner or File Binder tool get a own SFX-Tool in Release V1.10. 2009-03-20 WTM Copy Protection V2.31 released. Smaller and larger buttons in picture viewer now. Little bug fixes. 2009-03-17 WTM Register Maker V3.4 released. Support now files larger then 2GB and lot of bug fixes. 2009-03-12 EXE Bundle V1.0 released. 2009-03-01 We worked on or old program ExeBundle V3 too. We started the tests and hope that we can release final version in March 2009. The program allowed bundle applications (EXE, SCR files) to one bundle with differented functions. Start, Start and wait, extract, and more. 2009-02-22 We have now a 30 days free testing for the WTM Copy Protection - Prof. Everybody can test our product 30 days for free. This is a really 30 days full version of WTM Copy Protection (Prof-Version). Every that ordered the tool get 30 days updates for free too. Test it! We would like to release a new version of WTM Register Maker V3.4. There are some bugfixes and 2GB+ file support. The perfomance will be better and some fixes for new OS. We hope that we can release this new version at Feb or March 2009. 2009-02-18 We started to work with a new release of ExeStealth V4. If all right and testings okay, then we hope that we can finished the final release in March 2009.
In 2003, the Librarian of Congress announced four classes of works that would be exempted from the prohibition against circumvention of technological protection measures: 1) Compilations consisting of lists of Internet locations blocked by commercially marketed filtering software applications that are intended to prevent access to domains, websites, or portions of websites; 2) Computer programs protected by dongles that prevent access due to malfunction or damage and which are obsolete; 3) Computer programs and video games distributed in formats that have become obsolete and which require the original media or hardware as a condition of access; and 4) Literary works distributed in e-book format when all existing e-book editions of the work contain access controls that prevent the rendering of text into specialized formats. The full text of these categories of works is available here: These exemptions would remain in effect until October 27, 2006. 2b1af7f3a8