In the small southern African nation of Swaziland, a group of activists inspired by WikiLeaks is exposing the excesses of Swaziland's opulent royal family, AFP reports. Many members of the royal family are active on Twitter, Instagram, and other social networks — and they're not shy about flaunting their wealth. Show More Summary
As WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange prepares to end a two-year forced stay at Ecuador's London embassy, he may take comfort in knowing he inspired resistance to secrecy in places as far away as Swaziland. SwaziLeaks members -- who refuse to say who or where in Swaziland they are, for fear of being targeted -- started a Twitter feed a year ago. Show More Summary
International Hunting Consultants - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Dar es Salaam (AFP) – Poachers slaughtering Africa’s elephants and rhinos with impunity are often shielded from police by powerful connections, but a group of conservationists has turned to the anonymity of tip-offs to try to stem the killing. Show More Summary
Poachers slaughtering Africa's elephants and rhinos with impunity are often shielded from police by powerful connections, but a group of conservationists has turned to the anonymity of tip-offs to try to stem the killing. The founders...Show More Summary
Manning's doctors have deemed her transition-related care medically necessary, but a new statement from the Wikileaks source says Defense Department promises are just lip service. read more
Convicted Wikileaker Chelsea Manning has released a statement from prison saying that the military has given her nothing but "lip service" regarding the gender-reassignment treatment that she asked for this time last year. NBC News reports: In an exclusive statement...
One year Pfc. Manning transitions gender: 'I am Chelsea': One day after being sentenced to 35 years in prison for leaking secret government files to Wikileaks, Pfc. Read the rest
In late December 2009, Wikileaks, the website that publishes secret government information, posted a copy of the draft intellectual property chapter of the Canada - European Trade Agreement (CETA). The CETA deal was still years fromShow More Summary
Appeared in the Toronto Star on August 16, 2014 as How Canada Shaped Copyright Rules in EU Trade Deal In late December 2009, Wikileaks, the website that publishes secret government information, posted a copy of the draft intellectual property chapter of the Canada – European Trade Agreement (CETA). Show More Summary
Although Julian Assange has been holed up in the Ecuadorean Embassy for the past two years, the WikiLeaks founder has been escaping justice for a whole lot longer. Because Assange jumped bail back in 2011 after giving a solemn assurance,...Show More Summary
What does one do, trapped, by one’s own volition, in the same tiny space for two years? Suspended in time and space, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange would in past times have been a hermit, an ascetic, even a saint. He brings to mind the Stylites, early Christians perched atop pillars in the Syrian desert. Simeon, [...]
W hile in exile in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, the founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange, has decided to auction off part of his unique skill set to the highest bidder, to raise money for a good cause. The winner of the auctionShow More Summary
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will not leave the Ecuador embassy in London until it is guaranteed he will avoid extradition to the United States, his lawyer said Tuesday. His lawyer Jennifer Robinson admitted to the Australian Broadcasting...Show More Summary
On June 19, 2012, Julian Assange, the Australian journalist who masterminded the anti-secrecy Web site WikiLeaks, took refuge at the Ecuadoran Embassy in London. He had been offered asylum by the South American nation after facing the threat of extradition from Britain to Sweden, where Assange faces charges related to sexual offenses. Read full article >>
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said Monday he would soon leave the Ecuadorean embassy in London. Here are some questions and answers on Mr. Assange's situation.
Assange, one of the world's most wanted information leakers, is charged with sexual assault and has been protected by the Ecuadorian government from extradition.
Julian Assange has developed a serious heart and lung conditions after two years' confinement at the Ecuadorian embassy, it has been claimed. Supporters want the fugitive Wikileaks founder to leave the London building for hospital treatment, but complain he will be arrested if he tries to do so. Show More Summary
You have to hand it to Julian Assange: When it comes to publicity stunts, he makes PT Barnum look like an also-ran. Earlier today, the Wikileaks founder who has been living inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London for two years, summoned the world’s journalists to hear some big news. Show More Summary
Ecuador’s foreign minister Ricardo Patino (left) shakes hands with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange after a press conference inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where Assange confirmed he “will be leaving the embassy soon”. Photo...Show More Summary
Julian Assange haak78 / Shutterstock.com The WikiLeaks founder told journalists at a news conference Monday that he can confirm he will leave the Ecuadorean Embassy in London after two years refuge there, though he stated that his...Show More Summary