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  1. Are you ready for a Chelsea Manning - The musical?Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Hot Air

    ... please - isn't just inspired by the story of Chelsea Manning and the classified material he turned over to Julian Assange. It actually includes songs (if we're allowed to use that word) in which the lyrics are excerpts from government documents and ...


  2. Gordon Campbell on the latest TPP leaksRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Scoop

    T he release by Julian Assange on Wikileaks of the draft Trands Pacific Partnership chapter on intellectual property - including drug patents - contains some pretty disturbing evidence about what's still on the table. The leaked drafts pertain to the May 2014 negotiating positions and enable comparisons with the August 2013 positions that Wikileaks released last November.


  3. Campaign 2012REPUBLICANS Play it for LaughsRead the original story

    Sep 22, 2011 | American Reporter

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Julian Assange loves leaking information. He loves finding other people's secrets and sharing it with the entire world.


  4. the Shame of Bush V. Gore Still Stains AmericaRead the original story

    Dec 17, 2010 | American Reporter

    Julian Assange, who exposed thousands of stolen U.S. diplomatic notes over the past last few weeks as founder of the controversial file-sharing site WikiLeaks, won his freedom on sex -related allegations from a London-area prison this morning - at least until a Jan. 11, 2011 hearing - after Justice Duncan B.W. Ouseley of Britain's High Court noted Assange turned himself in when he learned Swedish authorities sought to question him. "That is not the conduct of a person who is seeking to evade justice," Justice Ouseley said, and granted him bail until the Jan. 11 hearing on the allegations, for which Sweden seeks to have him extradited for questioning.


  5. DocumentsFULL Text of Cable on China Attacks on GoogleRead the original story

    Dec 6, 2010 | American Reporter

    Over the past few months, Julian Assange and his team at WikiLeaks.org have done more to expose the mendacity of U.S. foreign policy than anyone since Daniel Ellsberg. Technology made all the difference.


  6. Edward Snowden, new filmRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Dear Kitty

    ... stating "First and foremost I'd like to thank Sarah Harrison [ WikiLeaks Legal Defence representative] and Julian Assange [WikiLeaks founder] who can't be there. As you know it was their effort that secured political asylum for Edward Snowden and ...


  7. Assange fears Ecuador embassy in London buggedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Russia Taday

    Lawyers for the WikiLeaks founder have filed eavesdropping claims to the Swedish court, as Julian Assange, who has been stuck in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for over two years, fears he is being bugged. In a submission presented to the Swedish Court of Appeal on Friday, Assange's lawyers claim that he "is most likely under auditory surveillance," the Daily Mail reports.


  8. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange fears that his embassy hideout in London is being buggedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | Mail on Sunday

    Lawyers claim the WikiLeaks founder, who has been holed up in the embassy for the past two years to avoid extradition to Sweden, 'is most likely under auditory surveillance'. Last year a covert listening device was found behind a plug socket in the ambassador's office, but security experts described it as rudimentary and unlikely to have been the work of police or the security services.


  9. Reporting: Libya'Delusional' Ghaddafi Moves Closer to a FallRead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | American Reporter

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is to be extradited to Sweden to face allegations of rape and sexual assault, according to the ruling of a British court here today. His legal team has said that Assange will appeal.


  10. On Native GroundTHE Gop Keeps Doubling Down on the CrazyRead the original story

    Aug 24, 2012 | American Reporter

    Can a simple man destroy the diplomatic ties between nations? The answer is yes. The WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who exposed U.S. diplomatic cable and purportedly defamed the most powerful country of the world.


  11. The WilliesSORRY, MR. PRESIDENTRead the original story

    Dec 8, 2010 | American Reporter

    Now, Julian Assange's "insurance" file - the secret cache of documents he has vowed to release if any harm comes to him - is his greatest liability. Any number of people want to know what is in it.


  12. Latest TPP Leak Reveals Even Harsher Copyright RulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Forbes.com

    ... to engage in issues that will have such a fundamental impact on their lives," says Wikileaks editor in chief Julian Assange . The US has all along wished to introduce features of the controversial Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), such as ...


  13. The Hacker Wars Hits NYCRead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | LinuxSecurity.com

    ... hit as well -- data banks reportedly hacked, personal information potentially compromised. And who can forget Julian Assange and the infamous WikiLeaks? On a more personal level, how many of us have had our e-mails or Facebook accounts hacked? But ...


  14. Safer Spaces ExposedRead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | Indy Media

    ... 2011. The Edward Snowden leaks have revealed that there has definitely been state involvement in the case of Julian Assange and Wikileaks with attacks - both physical and in cyberspace - on Wikileaks and its support base. In the other cases, we do ...


  15. The Trans-Pacific Partnership: a Halloween horror-showRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | Crikey

    The latest draft of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, released by WikiLeaks, is a literal Mickey Mouse agreement, writes Dr Matthew Rimmer , associate professor at ANU college of law. With a customary flourish, Julian Assange released the text, commenting: "The selective secrecy surrounding the TPP negotiations, which has let in a few cashed-up megacorps but excluded everyone else, reveals a telling fear of public scrutiny.


  16. Make My DayMY Son Has a Few QuestionsRead the original story

    Dec 4, 2010 | American Reporter

    It has been fascinating, and a little scary, to watch FoxNews unfold its attack on WikiLeaks. Today, for instance, a man from a private security company, the International Advisory Group told viewers to support designation of Julian Assange as an "enemy combatant" - presumably to set him up for the assassination some conservatives have urged.


  17. Wikileaks Releases Updated IP ChapterRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | Scoop

    ... of these groups and bringing developing country members reduced force, while the public at large gets no say. Julian Assange, WikiLeaks' Editor-in-Chief, said: The selective secrecy surrounding the TPP negotiations, which has let in a few cashed-up ...


  18. WikiLeaks: US pushes to extend drug monopolies in secret proposed trade dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Russia Taday

    ... costs are also generally unattainable for citizens in the developing countries in the TPP," WikiLeaks said. Julian Assange, the editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks, said in a statement that: "The lack of movement within the TPP IP Chapter shows that this ...


  19. Leaked TPP Chapter Exposes Sweet Deals for Big Pharma and US Bully TacticsRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | Common Dreams

    ... the dominance of large agricultural corporations like Monsanto." In their analysis, WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange and editor Sarah Harrison note that the U.S. is pushing for long automatic monopolies for biotech drugs or biologics, including ...


  20. Free Julian Assange: An Exclusive Interview with the Wikileaks FounderRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | The New York Observer

    "Don't forget to tell them about my appeal to the U.K. Supreme Court," Julian Assange tells me in a door-knob-one-more-thing moment as I'm leaving the Ecuadorian Embassy in London where he has taken refuge for the last two years. The "embassy" is just a flat in a building stuck behind Harrods.