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Wikileaks Activates ‘Contingency Plans’ As Government Cuts Julian Assange’s Internet Access

The Ecuador embassy has reportedly cut internet access to Wikileaks’ founder Julian Assange following the release of Hillary Clinton’s Goldman Sachs transcripts. Assange reported was cut off on Saturday October 15, 2016, shortly after publication of the Clinton transcripts. Wikileaks reports that the organization is activating its “contingency plans” following the news and will continue.
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