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
WikiLeaks, an international non-profit whistleblowing organization, announced of a $50,000 reward for a video or other significant information about the Kunduz hospital bombing.
Transparency activist group Wikileaks is offering a $50,000 reward for any footage of the bombing of a Doctors Without Borders facility in Kunduz or cockpit audio from the plane. “The AC-130 records its attacks with high resolution gun cameras,” says the post on Wikileaks, the website founded by Julian Assange that publishes news leaks and…
Chelsea Manning shares her ongoing struggle with not being allowed to grow out her hair in new Medium post.
Following revelations from WikiLeaks that the US had covert plans to either topple the legitimate Bolivian government or assassinate the president, the administration of President Evo Morales will launch a formal investigation into the American conspiracy.
CBS News has issued a denial after an assertion surfaced in connection with a “60 Minutes” interview with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange suggesting that the State Department “planted” questions with the news organization to use in the interview. Politico reports...
Football Leaks is a new website inspired by WikiLeaks, the subversive website run by Julien Assange which leaked top secret political information to the press. With their severs based in Russia and Lusophone authors, Football Leaks appears...Show More Summary
Submitted by Carey Wedler via TheAntiMedia.org, A Hillary Clinton staffer planted questions in a CBS 60 Minutes interview with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, according to email records released this week. At the time of the interview in early 2011, Assange had already leaked sensitive, embarrassing information from the State Department. Show More Summary
Submitted by Michaela Whitton via TheAntiMedia.org, Two years after the controversial appointment of Saudi Arabia to the U.N. Human Rights Council, leaked diplomatic cables have revealed the U.K. was a key player in the election of the Gulf State - despite the Saudis’ appalling human rights record. Show More Summary
A new book explores the key takeaways from the hundreds of thousands of documents made public by WikiLeaks.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has slammed Australia for being under the control of Washington, based on its surveillance program.
Many have wondered how Saudi Arabia, a nation with a deplorable human rights record, was elected to the UN human rights council in 2013. According to newly translated WikiLeaks cables, a "secret deal" with the British government played a key role.
Edward Snowden, the former CIA employee and government contractor who most of the country seems to think is the founder of Wikileaks or did something else maybe involving computers, has, as of today, joined Twitter. And what did the...
Former WikiLeaks-volunteer-turned-FBI informant “Siggi the hacker” has been sentenced to three years in prison for the rapes of nine teenage boys from 2011 through 2013.
According to the WikiLeaks cables, the late King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia encouraged the United States to “cut off the head of the snake” — that is, to strike Iran if it wanted to cut off its nuclear weapons program and stabilize the Middle East. Needless to say, the Obama administration did not heed the […]
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has spent three years in the Ecuadorian embassy in London to avoid extradition to the United States, will appeal to the European Court of Human Rights, one of Assange's supporters said.
Despite the U.S. military’s approval of hormone therapy for Chelsea Manning as part of her gender reassignment, the convicted Wikileaker has been denied her request to grow her hair out to female standards. Manning tweeted the following earlier… The post U.S. Military Denies Chelsea Manning’s Request to Grow Her Hair Out appeared first on Towleroad.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange claimed in an interview published Friday that President Francois Hollande "stabbed me in the back" by rejecting his request for asylum in France.The head of the whistleblowing website told Society magazine...Show More Summary