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Chelsea Manning Breaks Silence, Speaks Out On ISIS

3 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Army Pvt. Chelsea Manning, the U.S. intelligence analyst who made headlines in 2013 after leaking thousands of classified documents depicting abuse and torture being carried out by U.S. soldiers to WikiLeaks, recently took to The Guardian to share her thoughts...

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange talks about Bitcoin, Google, ISIS and censorship

4 days agoTechnology : GigaOM

As part of a publicity campaign for his book, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange did one of Reddit's "Ask Me Anything" group interviews, and talked about Bitcoin, Google and its chairman Eric…

Fighting for Which Future? When Google Met Wikileaks

In the summer of 2011, in the midst of the Cablegate affair (the leaking of some 250,000 diplomatic cable transmission between the US State Department and American embassies by WikiLeaks), at a time of far-reaching changes in the regimes...Show More Summary

Julian Assange's war against Google

The WikiLeaks founder expands on his now-famous conversation with Google executive Eric Schmidt.

Chelsea Manning: ‘Islamic State Cannot Be Defeated by Bombs and Bullets’

5 days agoNews : Truthdig

AP/U.S. Army, File The WikiLeaks whistle-blower and United States Army intelligence analyst offers an alternative plan to President Obama’s approach to IS insurgents currently terrorizing the Middle East. The Guardian: I believe that...Show More Summary

Chelsea Manning Breaks Silence to Criticize U.S. Airstrikes on ISIS

Chelsea Manning, the U.S. soldier currently serving a 35-year prison sentence for leaking government documents to WikiLeaks, wrote a column for The Guardian criticizing Obama's approach to ISIS. "Based on my experience as an all-source analyst in Iraq during the organization's relative infancy, ISIS cannot be defeated by bombs and bullets," she writes. Read more...

WikiLeaks Exposes Countries That Use Controversial 'FinFisher' Surveillance Tech

WikiLeaks published a batch of documents and files pertaining to the controversial surveillance technology company FinFisher on Monday, including a list of its customers and actual copies of its spyware The release, the fourth one in...Show More Summary

Julian Assange Says "Apolitical Futurism of Star Trek" Fits Google

Julian Assange is currently answering questions in a live chat over at Gawker, promoting his new book, When Google Met Wikileaks. One of the most interesting exchanges for readers of Paleofuture actually comes from a question by Matthew Phelan who writes the Gawker subdomain Black Bag. Read more...

A brief history of Gawker’s awkward relationship with Gawker guest Julian Assange

last weekArts : Arts Post

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange visited Gawker (or at least, its website) on Monday to answer reader questions about his new book. And while a lot has changed for Gawker’s masthead and for Assange himself since he first rose to prominence, it would be remiss for Gawker’s awkward history with Assange to unnoticed. At least one Gawker commenter […]

Julian Assange Is Here to Discuss His New Book

last weekVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Julian Assange is the founder of Wikileaks. A wanted man, he recently began his third year living in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London. He joins us now to answer your questions about his new book, When Google Met Wikileaks. Read more...

Julian Assange Is Here to Discuss His New Book

last weekSports : Deadspin

Julian Assange is the founder of Wikileaks. A wanted man, he recently began his third year living in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London. He joins us now to answer your questions about his new book, When Google Met Wikileaks. Read more...

WikiLeaks posts the software governments use to spy on dissidents

WikiLeaks' all-or-nothing approach to revealing shady government activity just took a new (if decidedly risky) turn. Julian Assange and crew have posted FinFisher and FinSpy PC, the intrusion software that Australia, Italy, Pakistan and other...

WikiLeaks releases FinFisher ‘weaponized malware’ to help people build defenses

WikiLeaks has today released copies of ‘weaponized malware’ used by various governments around the world to snoop on individuals. The FinFisher software is no stranger to controversy – it’s marketed as surveillance software, but propogates and gains access to victim’s systems using common malware techniques. Show More Summary

Wikileaks Releases Spyware The German Government Used To Hack Journalists And Dissidents

As part of its ongoing Spyfiles series of posts, Wikileaks has released the back and front-end systems used by the German Government to spy on journalists, dissidents, and others. The files appear to be weaponized Windows malware although the software, called FinFisher, also works on OS X. Show More Summary

A programming note: tomorrow (Monday) at noon Eastern time, Julian Assange will be online here to an

A programming note: tomorrow (Monday) at noon Eastern time, Julian Assange will be online here to answer reader questions about his new book, When Google Met Wikileaks. Join us then. Read more...

Ukraine's Choreographed Civil War, As Revealed By Wikileaks

Think the deadly events in a civil-war ridden Ukraine are proceeding unscripted, and without US supervision and/or direction? Think again. Below is an excerpt from a formerly confidential memo, leaked by Wikileaks, and authored by former US ambassador to Russia, William J. Show More Summary

Pardon for Chelsea Manning?

Pardon for Chelsea Manning? No mention of private Manning in the news anymore. Bradley Manning was sentenced to 35 years in prison because he leaked to the (in)famous Wikileaks. A Year ago a request was lodged for a presidential pardon. Show More Summary

This WikiLeaks-Inspired Group Exposes The Extravagant Excess Of Swazi Royals

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

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