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Bridging Troubled Waters: The Estrogen Convention

A look behind the curtain of the 2016 Democratic Convention that not even Wikileaks can give you.

DNC Outed

Thanks to WikiLeaks, which has released nearly 20,000 emails hacked from the Democratic National Committee — with promises of more to come — we have proof the party that styles itself as inclusive, diverse and tolerant isn’t. Among the...Show More Summary

Russia "Almost Certainly" Not Behind WikiLeaks Dump of DNC Files

The Hillary campaign is caught in yet another lie as the DNC’s security firm falsely claimed that they determined the source of the hacker in a matter of hours – something that is technologically impossible.

Michael Hudson: Obama Said Hillary Will Continue His Legacy – And Indeed She Will!

Authored by Michael Hudson, originally posted at, Leading up to this week’s Democratic Party convention, Hillary chose Blue Dog Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia as her VP. This was followed by the Wikileaks release of...Show More Summary

The Bias Buzz Podcast: DNC Convention Recap, WikiLeaks DNC Emails Dump and More!

AIM Chairman Don Irvine and Brian McNichol discuss the DNC convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the DNC emails dump by WikiLeaks, Hillary Clinton’s changing standards, and more!

"WikiLeaks’ founder, Julian Assange, has made it clear that he hopes to harm Mrs. Clinton’s chances of winning the presidency..."

"... opposing her candidacy on both policy and personal grounds. He has said that he has more material about the presidential campaign that he could release, which has raised the specter of more embarrassing disclosures just as Democrats...Show More Summary

WIKILEAKS CRASHES THE PARTY: “Any sense of decency is long past. Democrats liked secret-stealing R…

WIKILEAKS CRASHES THE PARTY: “Any sense of decency is long past. Democrats liked secret-stealing Russians so much better when they called themselves Communists.” Heh.™

How a cooked Assange quote ended up media gospel

yesterdayHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Wikileaks, the clearing house for state secrets, seems more about founder Julian Assange's grudges these days: especially the one for Hillary Clinton. Much fuss was made over a quote—that he had "enough evidence" to guarantee an indictment of her—that was widely attributed to him. Show More Summary

Report: Clinton staff emails were part of DNC breach (and Julian Assange may have them)

After last week’s email dump that saw nearly 20,000 emails from leading Democratic National Convention leaders end up on WikiLeaks, Julian Assange could be right that this is just the beginning. The Associated Press, just minutes ago confirmed that Clinton emails are part of those accessed by hackers during the recent leak. Show More Summary

Weekend catch-up: Putin, Penny, Peter and more

As cracking yarns go, Russia allegedly hacking the Democratic National Committee's emails and giving them to WikiLeaks for distribution, all purportedly in the name of undermining Hillary Clinton and supporting Donald Trump, is one for the ages. Show More Summary

Press "Spins" DNC Scandal to Divert Attention from Hillary's Offenses: Another Case of Special Treatment

Getty Images In the wake of the WikiLeaks revelations about the collusion between the Clinton campaign, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and the press, a diversion was urgently needed -- and promptly delivered. The real storyShow More Summary

Deadspin Guess How Sexist Texas A&M’s Event For Female Football Fans Was | The Slot Jill Stein T

Deadspin Guess How Sexist Texas A&M’s Event For Female Football Fans Was | The Slot Jill Stein Thinks There Are ‘Real Questions’ About Vaccine Safety, in Case You Were Voting Green | Gizmodo What Happened to WikiLeaks? | Gawker Maybe This Is Bad? | Read more...

Chelsea Manning Could Face Solitary Confinement for Her Suicide Attempt

It has been a terrible month for Chelsea Manning, the transgender former US soldier serving a 35-year prison sentence for sharing classified information with WikiLeaks. Several weeks ago, the Army whistleblower tried to kill herselfShow More Summary

This Week In Credit Card News: DNC Emails Contain Card Numbers; Card Info Still Confusing Consumers

WikiLeaks' DNC Email Trove Includes Social Security Numbers, Credit Card Info WikiLeaks posted 19,252 searchable emails, including 8,034 attachments, from inside the Democratic National Committee. WikiLeaks says the emails are from the accounts of seven top DNC officials between January 2015 and May 2016. They are part of WikiLeaks' "Hillary Leaks" [...]

Democratic National Committee Claims That Wikileaks Has 'Malware Embedded Throughout The Site'

yesterdayIndustries / Law : Techdirt

We've long been supporters of the concept of Wikileaks around here, though we've had some concerns about some of the decisions it has made. Generally speaking, though, we find the accusations and conspiracy theories around Wikileaks to be somewhat ridiculous. Show More Summary

Blame It On The Russians

If there is any shock at the level of corruption within the Democratic National Committee (DNC) as revealed in recently released emails attributed to Wikileaks and the DNC's automatic response to blame Russia, the fact that Debbie Wasserman-Schultz...Show More Summary

Edward Snowden and WikiLeaks exchanged Twitter jabs over the DNC hack

Former National Security Agency contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden chided WikiLeaks on Thursday for its indiscriminate approach to leaking information, barely a week after the anti-secrecy organization published 20,000 emails...Show More Summary

What Happened To WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks has hit rock bottom. Once dedicated to careful vetting and redaction—sometimes too much redaction—the “whistleblower site” is now gleefully basking in its dump of thousands of emails hacked from the Democratic National Committee—most...Show More Summary

Wikileaks' dump of "Erdogan emails" turn out to be public mailing list archives

yesterdayHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Earlier this month, Wikileaks published a database of six years' of email from APK, Turkey's ruling party -- but as outside experts have plumbed that database, all they can find is archives from public mailing lists, old spam, and some sensitive personal information from private citizens. (more…)

Snowden and WikiLeaks Clash Over How to Disclose Secrets

yesterdayNews : NYTimes: News

It was wrong to release data without “curation,” Edward J. Snowden said on Twitter. WikiLeaks accused him of currying favor with Clinton.

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