A searchable database containing the profiles of thousands of people working in the US intelligence community has moved to WikiLeaks after death threats were made against those responsible for the directory.
Sun 07 Jun The man responsible for eye-opening films such as We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks and Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room is coming to Sydney...
Compared to its early days, when releases of material like Collateral Murder dominated public discourse for weeks, Wikileaks is now only a shadow of its former self, eclipsed largely by Snowden's leaks. That's understandable, perhaps:...Show More Summary
The decision of the Swedish Supreme Court to uphold the detention warrant of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is not the end of the battle for justice, but one of numerous hurdles on the way, WikiLeaks spokesman told Sputnik Tuesday...
Swedish prosecutors are now preparing to interview founder of WikiLeaks Julian Assange in London after his appeal against the detention order was rejected by the Supreme Court, Assange’s lawyer told Sputnik Tuesday.
New documents released on Tuesday by WikiLeaks provide evidence that the German Government was actively involved in assisting the US National Security Agency in mass surveillance on German companies and citizens, which the state had previously denied.
Wikileaks' Julian Assange, stuck in the Ecuadorean embassy to avoid extradition to Sweden to face accusations of sex crimes, said he was "disappointed" after the country's supreme court decided not to drop the detention order.
WikiLeaks founder's lawyer says he is "of course disappointed."
Wikimedia Julian Assange’s hopes for an end to his self-imposed three-year confinement have been dashed with the news that Sweden’s supreme court has thrown out the appeal that he filed against a warrant for his arrest. The WikiLeaks...Show More Summary
Sweden's Supreme Court said on Monday it rejected an appeal by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to revoke a detention order over allegations of sexual assault. The 43-year-old Australian has been stuck inside Ecuador's London embassy...Show More Summary
Sweden’s Supreme Court said Monday it had rejected an appeal by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange against his arrest warrant for alleged rape and sexual assault. Sweden issued the arrest warrant in 2010 following allegations from two Swedish women, one who claimed rape and another who alleged...
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden's Supreme Court said on Monday it rejected an appeal by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to revoke a detention order over allegations of sexual assault. The 43-year-old Australian has been stuck inside Ecuador's...Show More Summary
The WikiLeaks founder argues that his extradition to Sweden is a ruse to hand him over to the United States, where he faces espionage charges.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden's Supreme Court said on Monday it rejected an appeal by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to revoke a detention order over allegations of sexual assault.
The New York Times has a piece about Obama’s push to gain “fast-track” authority for the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership, which would preclude any amendments by Congress after the deal (still secret, except for what Wikileaks has revealed) is announced. The key para, buried a fair way down To the president, the Trans-Pacific Partnership would counter […]
As a result of the hacking of Sony emails, Wikileaks has revealed that bigwigs at Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios have no faith in superheroes of the female kind. In a recent report in The Huffington Post, one specific email revealed that these executives thought that superhero movies about women were "bad for business."
[Content Note: Misogyny.] My thanks to Mother Jones for inviting me to crosspost this piece in Kevin Drum's space while Kevin is focused on getting better. Best wishes, Kevin. I'm thinking about you.Each time WikiLeaks posts anotherShow More Summary
Well, this isn't great. Indiewire's "Women and Hollywood" blog went digging in Wikileaks' searchable treasure trove of leaked Sony emails and found a message that appears to be from Marvel Entertainment CEO Ike Perlmutter, sent to Sony exec Michael Lynton. It was sent last August and bears the ominous and blunt... More »
The latest "Saturday Night Live" parody of Marvel's take on female-fronted superhero movies may not be so off, based on recently surfaced leaked emails from the Sony hack. Wikileaks published more than 30,000 searchable documents from...Show More Summary
Microsoft kills fan favorite, Periscope fights for streaming, WikiLeaks wants to know your secrets, Instagram loves emoji, Samsung gives Apple the Edge, and Jar Jar Binks ruins Star Wars… again. Windows Media Center Is No More I used to love Windows Media Center. Show More Summary