WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has signed a book deal to tell his “fascinating” life story.
The Best of Cablegate: Instances Where Public Discourse Benefited from the LeaksEFFSince late November, the whistleblower website Wikileaks has been in the process of releasing in waves over 250000 leaked United States diplomatic cables. …As Uncle Sam Cracks Down on Leaks, A Look At Ten… Read the rest
Feds Subpoena Twitter Seeking Information on Ex-WikiLeaks VolunteerWired NewsThe US Justice Department has served Twitter with a subpoena seeking information on an Icelandic lawmaker who has worked with WikiLeaks and …Department of Justice Subpoenaing Icelandic Legislator's Wikileaks Tweets?GawkerUncomfortable Lessons From the Reaction to… Read the rest
State Department relocating people identified in WikiLeaks releasesCNN InternationalThe State Department refused a request from WikiLeaks to help redact sensitive information before the documents were released in November, …U.S. Warns of Potential Retribution Against People Named in Wiki DocumentsFox NewsUS team helping sources exposed… Read the rest
The State Department says it has helped relocate a number of people in other countries who, it says, could be in danger because their names have appeared in diplomatic cables revealed by Wikileaks.
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US envy to Vatican sees no major damage from Wikileaks revelationsCatholic CultureDiplomatic relations between the US and the Vatican have not been severely damaged by the unauthorized release of Wikileaks documents, according to the US …US: Vatican relations strong despite cable… Read the rest
WikiLeaks and GazaTIME (blog)Late last year a Norwegian paper apparently got hold of the trove of US diplomatic cables leaked to WikiLeaks and now is focusing attention on …WikiLeaks: Israeli Officials at Gaza Crossing CorruptVoice of AmericaWikiLeaks: Israel charged bribes for Gaza accessThe Associated… Read the rest
The 39-year-old hopes the cash will help him fight accusations of sexual assault made by two women in Sweden, which has already cost him about £200,000.
A deep-sea treasure-hunting company in Florida says that classified cables recently released by WikiLeaks have exposed the U.S. government’s backdoor interference in a lawsuit over $500 million in silver and gold coins recovered from a Spanish galleon in 2007.