Search monopoly Google is facing new scrutiny as Wikileaks Editor-In-Chief Julian Assange has accused the company of essentially being a tool for the US government. In his new book Assange reportedly claims that, contrary to public proclamations...Show More Summary
An Icelandic hacker who was once an ally of Julian Assange pled guilty Wednesday to charges that he embezzled 30 million Icelandic crowns ($240K USD) from Wikileaks. Read the rest
When asked what authors' gabby, chatty social-media exposure may do to literature's traditional writerly mystique, one reader came back with the "disappointment" of a demographic -- and why Wikileaks beats Anderson Cooper. Pretty sure this might not be all that generational.
Having already investigated Lance Armstrong, Enron, Eliot Spitzer, WikiLeaks, and the U.S. military, Alex Gibney is turning his attention to Scientology, the one subject that could get him sued more than he already has been. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Gibney is currently working on an adaptation of Lawrence Wright's... More »
What To Expect From The Next Series O... Julian Assange announced that WikiLeaks is preparing a new series of leaks. Funny Or Die News has secured exclusive access to what we can expect from this next batch of lid-blowing geopolitical...Show More Summary
Setback to WikiLeaks' Australian founder with dismissal of his challenge to request for questioning in sex-crimes case.
WikiLeaks founder staying put, but court also admonished prosecutor.
A Swedish appeals court upheld the arrest warrant for Julian Assange today, dismissing a challenge by the WikiLeaks founder wanted by Swedish prosecutors in an investigation of alleged sex crimes. Confirming a ruling by a lower court, the Svea appeals court said there is no reason to lift the detention...
Prosecutors want to question the Wikileaks founder, who has taken refuge in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, over allegations that he sexually assaulted two women in 2010.
A Swedish appeals court upheld the detention order on Julian Assange on Thursday, dismissing a challenge by the WikiLeaks founder who is wanted by Swedish prosecutors in an investigation of alleged sex crimes.
The Swedish Court of Appeal has upheld the arrest warrant against Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks. A Swedish prosecutor issued the warrant in 2010, but Assange had appealed that the warrant be revoked. Assange is wanted in Sweden for questioning over allegations of rape and sexual assault. Show More Summary
A group of over 50 musicians, actors, celebrities, and other public figures signed a statement in support of whistleblowing organization WikiLeaks and notorious NSA contractor Edward Snowden this week. According to Rolling Stone, the signatories include musicians Moby, M.I.A., P.J. Show More Summary
``Paypal closed the account for donations and they froze the funds that were in that account without any warning.... the campaign cannot receive some of those donations which were just frozen. Paypal will not even answer the questions...Show More Summary
By Julian Assange In 2011 WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange was visited by Google Chairman Eric Schmidt. Here, from Assange’s new book, is part of the extraordinary conversation that resulted.
The meeting room at Pionen. All photos by Emil Nordin One hundred and fifteen feet deep under ground, inside a mountain on the Southside in central Stockholm, behind huge doors that look like a gateway to the future, lies one of theShow More Summary
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange sets his sights on Google in a new book, claiming the Internet giant is in bed with the U.S. government. Assange specifically pounces on Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt and Google Ideas director Jared Cohen in "When Google Met Wikileaks."
Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) plays a far more politicized role than a normal tech company from Silicon Valley typically plays. An article on Newsweek published an extract form the co-founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, by the name ‘When Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) met WikiLeaks’ and shed some light on this issue. There are two stars of this […]
In a conversation with Imaginary Lines host Chris Spannos, WikiLeaks founder and Editor-in-Chief Julian Assange discussed his new book, “When Google Met Wikileaks,” which is based on a conversation Assange had with Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt.
This morning Wikileaks released an updated leaked version of the draft Trans Pacific Partnership intellectual property chapter. The latest leak dates from May 2014 (the previous leak was current to August 2013. I assessed it in posts here, here, here, here and here). Show More Summary
Photo via the 'Hacker Wars' Facebook page The surveillance state and those who fight against it have become a bona fide hot topic in the last two years, during which Wikileaks's Julian Assange was examined in We Steal Secrets, Edward...Show More Summary