Is now the time for Julian Assange to try to make a break for it? The British government has spent more than $19 million over the last three years trying to make sure that Assange, founder of the website WikiLeaks, doesn’t escape its clutches. Assange has been holed up in the tiny Ecuadorean Embassy...
After three years and more than $15 million, Scotland Yard says it's removing the guards that have waited outside the Ecuadorean embassy for a chance to arrest the WikiLeaks founder.
It's a little hard to believe, but Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is still holed up inside London's Ecuadorean embassy, which he entered three years ago to avoid being extradited to Sweden over allegations of sexual molestation and rape. It seems that the British government has realized that he's probably not... More »
LONDON (Reuters) - London's cash-strapped police will no longer keep officers stationed outside the Ecuadorean embassy to catch WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has been holed up inside for over three years, the force said on Monday.
WikiLeaks founder, charged with rape in Sweden, has been holed up inside Ecuadorean Embassy in London since 2012
The Metropolitan Police has announced that it's going to stop positioning police officers outside the Ecuadorian embassy in London around the clock in case Wikileaks founder Julian Assange leaves the building. Assange entered the Ecuadorian embassy on June 19 2012 because he is wanted by Swedish police over alleged sexual offences (which he denies). Show More Summary
The London authorities have removed policemen from outside the Ecuadorian embassy where Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is staying.
The final draft document for the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement intellectual property chapter has apparently been provided by Julian Assange at WikiLeaks. Some highlights: Article QQ.E.1: Subject to paragraphs 3 and 4, each Party shall make patents available for any invention, whether a product or process, in all fields of technology, provided that the […]
Electronic Frontier Foundation: Today's release by Wikileaks of what is believed to be the current and essentially final version of the intellectual property chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) confirms our worst fears about...Show More Summary
Last weekend, negotiators finally completed negotiations on the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement. However, as we noted, there was no timetable for the release of the text (though some are now saying it may come out next week). Show More Summary
T / (CC BY-ND 2.0) What Wikileaks claims to be the full intellectual property chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership appears to give countries greater power to stop sensitive information from going public. The Guardian reports: One...Show More Summary
The full text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership will likely not be made available for at least a month, but WikiLeaks released on Friday what appears to be the final text for the TPP's chapter outlining terms related to intellectual property. Show More Summary
One chapter appears to give the signatory countries (referred to as "parties") greater power to stop embarrassing information going public. The treaty would give signatories the ability to curtail legal proceedings if the theft of information...Show More Summary
Wikileaks has published a leaked draft -- dated Oct, 5, and thus possibly the final text -- of the "Intellectual Property Chapter" of the Trans Pacific Partnership, and it's grim reading. (more…)
“I was interested enough in WikiLeaks, state transparency, and emergent opposition networks to do five years in prison over such things, but I wasn’t interested enough that I would have voluntarily plowed through 500 pages of badly plotted failed-marriage razzmatazz by an author who’s long past his expiration date simply in order to learn what […]
Wikileaks has released what it says is the final text of the secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, a “free trade” deal between the United States and eight other countries. The text contains an interesting provision in the Intellectual Property Rights chapter regarding ISPs and their obligations to copyright holders. Show More Summary
The whistleblowing website WikiLeaks has released on Friday the final version of the intellectual property (IP) rights chapter of the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement.
The secret-spilling group is ramping up its leak bounty program. The post WikiLeaks Wants to Pay $50K for Video of the Kunduz Bombing appeared first on WIRED.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has accused the US of trying to universally apply its own laws and control other countries as part of a practice of "lawfare" - seen through Washington's pursuit of people like himself, Edward Snowden and Kim Dotcom.
International Business Times A former congresswoman took out WikiLeaks references in a doctoral dissertation due to fears she might be prosecuted, she said. Former U.S. Rep. Cynthia McKinney of Georgia said that she originally used “many...Show More Summary