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Army releases 2010 chat log between Manning and Assange
Today, Wired writer Kevin Poulsen brought to light a collection of documents that the Army posted to its FOIA reading room just before Thanksgiving last week, which included 13 pages of unclassified chat logs from 2010 between former intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Inside the 'PayPal 14' Trial
A long and secretive legal battle against a group of activists accused of attacking the e-commerce site in the name of WikiLeaks has finally neared its end.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
In Real Life
Beeban Kidron's In Real Life is a wide-ranging survey of the causes for alarm prompted by the internet's unprecedented effect on social interaction and individual psychic health.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
The Huffington Post
WikiLeaks, Press Freedom and Free Expression in the Digital Age
This week, fourteen people charged by the Department of Justice in connection with a coordinated denial of service attack on PayPal's services in 2010 will appear in Federal Court.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
The spying game
First there was the Wikileaks disclosure of low-grade correspondence between American diplomats - for which Bradley Manning is serving 35 years and Julian Assange is cowering in London.
Glenn Greenwald Responds to Critics, As Attacks Continue
At his personal blog yesterday Glenn Greenwald published a lengthy response to Pando's Mark Ames and other critics who have hit him lately for "privatizing" and alleged "profiteering" off Edward Snowden's NSA leaks and even for launching a new venture funded by billionaire Pierre Omidyar.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Wikileaks film 'top flop' of 2013
The Fifth Estate, which sees the actor play Julian Assange, had a budget of 28 million dollars and earned just six million at the global box office, reported Forbes.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Ephraim Hardcastle: Lord Sugar dreams of 'sorting out' the BBC jobsworths
Famous for his 'You're fired!' catchphrase on BBC1's The Apprentice, Lord Sugar tells the House of Lords that 'layers of jobsworths need removing' at the Corporation.
the end of hypocrisy ....
The U.S. government seems outraged that people are leaking classified materials about its less attractive behavior.
The Fifth Estate named biggest film flop of 2013
'The Fifth Estate' has been named the biggest film flop of 2013 by Forbes magazine.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
French troops to Central African Republic
WIKILEAKS says a report that Julian Assange is unlikely to face charges in the United States could be a ruse to undermine public support for the group.
Fifth Estate No 1 in list of 2013 movie flops
Wikileaks movie The Fifth Estate has beaten off a gaggle of turkeys including Broken City and Parker to be rated the biggest global box office flop of 2013.
Assange unlikely to face charges - report
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange runs little risk of being charged in the United States for having published hundreds of thousands of classified documents, The Washington Post reported on Tuesday, citing unnamed US officials.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Exercise helps healthy ageing: research
A BRITISH study shows older people who are physically active are more likely to stay healthy than their inactive peers.
Envoys to meet to mend spying rift
AUSTRALIAN and Indonesian envoys will meet in the coming days to begin mending the rift caused by the phone-tapping scandal.
Revealed: How corporate spooks spy on activists
In 2010, a group of hackers known as LulzSec gave us a peek into the shadowy world of corporate espionage.
Myrtle Beach Online
Valiant's 'Harbinger' tackles conspiracy, secrecy
This cover image released by Valiant Entertainment shows "Harbinger" No. 20. Out early next year the issue sees billionaire philanthropist and industrialist Toyo Harada's secrets about superpowers exposed in a 30,000-page all-platform online expose akin to WikiLeaks in the real world.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Julian Assange unlikely to be charged in US
The Justice Department has all but concluded it will not bring charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for publishing classified documents because government lawyers said they could not do so without also prosecuting US news organisations and journalists, United States officials say.
The Miami Herald
Navy shows WikiLeaks movie at Guantánamo, where surfing WikiLeaks website's a crime
Call it a popular culture clash. Call it the real world intruding on the carefully controlled realm of Guantánamo's detention center zone.
Kim Dotcom traces Megaupload raid to Wikileaks donation
FILESHARING MAGNATE Kim Dotcom reckons that a donation to Wikileaks kicked off all the trouble that saw his Megaupload service shut down.