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Chelsea Manning Fights for Her Right to Exist. She Shouldn't Have To

We shouldn't have to keep defending our right to exist. From inside the United States Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, where she is serving a 35-year prison sentence, that is precisely what convicted Wikileaker Chelsea...Show More Summary

Gov't Funding of WikiLeaker Sex Change Shows Obama Admin Cares More About Traitors Than Honorable Veterans, Tony Perkins Says

Leading social conservative activist Tony Perkins has labeled the U.S. Army's recent approval of inmate Bradley Manning's sex reassignment hormone therapy as a sign that the Obama administration is more devoted to serving convicted traitors than helping the well-deserving veterans who have risked their lives to protect America.

Hormone treatment approved for Chelsea Manning

WASHINGTON — Hormone treatment for gender reassignment has been approved for Chelsea Manning, the former intelligence analyst convicted of espionage for sending classified documents to the WikiLeaks website. Continue reading ? The post Hormone treatment approved for Chelsea Manning appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

WikiLeaks' Julian Assange leads hidden, busy life in Ecuador's embassy

For close to 1,000 days, one of London's most prestigious neighborhoods has been the site of a diplomatic standoff.

Army approves hormone treatment for Chelsea Manning

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Reports suggest Army will allow treatment for former analyst who is serving 35-year sentence for WikiLeaks disclosure Chelsea Manning, the US Army intelligence analyst who was the source of the massive WikiLeaks disclosure of state secrets, has been granted hormone therapy in her transition to a...

Military Approves Chelsea Manning's Gender Reassignment Treatment

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Convicted Wikileaker Chelsea Manning has secured hormone therapy for her gender-reassignment treatment, USA Today reports: "After carefully considering the recommendation that (hormone treatment) is medically appropriate and necessary, and weighing all associated safety and security risks presented, I approve adding...

Chelsea Manning, Soldier Sentenced for Leaks, Will Write for The Guardian

Ms. Manning, a former Army analyst sentenced to 35 years for leaking documents to WikiLeaks, will write about war, gender and freedom of information.

UK Police Reconsider Round-the-Clock Watch on Julian Assange

A spokesperson said endlessly keeping tabs on the WikiLeaks founder was "sucking our resources"

Why the secret criminal investigation of WikiLeaks is troubling for journalists

Prosecutors in the Eastern District of Virginia began investigating WikiLeaks in 2010 after the site posted some of the quarter-million State Department cables leaked by Chelsea Manning. Last month, an official from the Department of Justice publicly confirmed the investigation is still ongoing. Show More Summary

Britain has spent £10 million on policing Julian Assange

LONDON — Monitoring the Ecuadorian embassy in London where Julian Assange is staying has been a costly exercise for the British taxpayer. To date, £10 million ($15 million) has been spent to ensure the WikiLeaks founder doesn't put a...Show More Summary

"WikiLeaks as if Transmogrified by Dickens": Peter Carey on "Amnesia"

Shop this article on Amazon Amnesia by Peter Carey Two-time Booker Prize winner Peter Carey examines the timely clash between cyber activism and international politics in his latest darkly comic technothriller, Amnesia. Who did you write this book for, and...

Monitoring Julian Assange has cost the UK government up to £10 million

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

It's easy to forget that Julian Assange is still cooped up inside London's Ecuadorian embassy. The WikiLeaks founder entered the building back in June 2012 to escape extradition and ever since, Metropolitan Police officers have been stationed outside...

Google, gag orders and WikiLeaks: who’s lying?

3 weeks agoWeb / Web Videos : NewTeeVee

The political fallout of WikiLeaks has passed, but the fury of law enforcement has not. More than four years after the organization published a trove of U.S. diplomatic cables, federal agents continue…

Funniest/Most Insightful Comments Of The Week At Techdirt

3 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

This week, we covered the assertion by Google that a gag order they faced over Wikileaks warrants was motivated by feds' embarrassment after the similar warrants served to Twitter caused a huge backlash. One commenter criticized us for...Show More Summary

Is there New hope for Wikileaks’ Julian Assange?

By Gustavo Capdevila | (IPS) Julian Assange in one of his rare public appearances in the Ecuadorean embassy in London, where he has been in hiding since June 2012. Credit: Creative Commons…

Google: We fought to notify WikiLeaks about email warrants

4 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

We still don't know everything about the information Google handed over to the government about three WikiLeaks employees, but a lawyer for the search giant has answered one question about the incident. While a gag order prevented Google from the thr...

Justice Department Confirms WikiLeaks Investigation Continues as Google Claims It Fought Gag Orders

The spokesperson for Eastern District of Virginia has confirmed that the United States Justice Department's investigation into WikiLeaks continues. The confirmation came when asked to comment on search warrants that were served against Google for data associated with three of the media organization's staff members. Show More Summary

Google did fight to reveal warrant for WikiLeaks journalists’ Gmail accounts, attorney says

4 weeks agoTechnology : Pando Daily

An attorney for Google has told the Washington Post that the company did fight a gag order preventing it from telling three WikiLeaks journalists their Gmail accounts were monitored by the Justice Department as the result of a warrant issued in March 2012. Show More Summary

Speak No Evil: Google Was Gagged By The Feds Over Wikileaks Investigation

So the feds tried to get information from Twitter about an Icelandic politician who was supporting Wikileaks. They institute a broad gag order for an indeterminate period of time that's probably unconstitutional, because "we don't like...Show More Summary

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