WIRED: WikiLeaks Show WMD Hunt Continued in Iraq – With Surprising Results.
One year ago today Edward Snowden's statement on seeking asylum in Russia, as published by Wikileaks: Hello, My name is Ed Snowden. Read the rest
A new whistleblowing platform is in the market. The platform is called GlobaLeaks and boosts of being an open source project aimed Article originally at - IndianWeb2.com
One year ago today US vs. Bradley (now Chelsea) Manning: defense rests, Manning won't testify, Wikileaks gets respect: Xen traveled to Ft. Read the rest
I know, I know, there comes a point where I’m just beating up on Glenn Greenwald. But… I mean… this is pretty amazing. Earlier today, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange sat down with Democracy Now’s Amy Goodman and launched into an incredible tirade about Greenwald’s relationship with Pierre Omidyar and the Intercept. Assange begins by claiming that Greenwald terminated...
When Chelsea Manning released a massive set of confidential material to WikiLeaks in 2010, she did so knowing her actions violated the law, and would later plead guilty to 20 charges against her. She hoped her disclosures would spark public debate on American foreign policy. But what came next was a 35-year prison sentence. Manning’s resolve to accept this...
“Democracy Now!” speaks to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where he has lived as a political prisoner for more than two years, in what the organization claims is the first time a U.S. news program has entered the place of refuge.
One year ago today NSA leaker Edward Snowden asks Russia for asylum, issues statement via Wikileaks: A Russian consular official confirms Edward Snowden has asked for political asylum in Russia. Read the rest
"The Wikileaks founder will reportedly model for Ben Westwood, son of Dame Vivienne." Read the rest
Ben Westwood, son of Vivienne, says he has asked the Wikileaks founder to model his debut men's wear collection.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is set to make a London fashion week debut at the behest of fashion designer Vivienne Westwood's son Ben Westwood. But Assange will not leave his enclave at the Ecuadorian embassy in London – he will continue to hideout there as the event itself comes to him, according to the Independent. Show More Summary
WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange is set to make his modelling debut this September. He will appear in Ben Westwood's forthcoming show, modelling clothes inspired by Clint Eastwood alongside six models. Read the rest of the story at: Julian Assange to model for Ben Westwood
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The Independent reports that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may have a new hobby: high-fashion modeling. Ben Westwood, son of the renowned British designer Vivienne Westwood, has reportedly asked Assange to model in his runway show at London Fashion Week this September, which will be held at Ecuador's embassy. Show More Summary
The WikiLeaks founder is reportedly set to strut his stuff on the catwalk at London Fashion Week this September
Thanks to Wikileaks the world now knows about the Trade in Services Agreement (TISA). The agreement was so secret that it was not only meant to be kept from the people of the participating countries during negotiations but for five years after going into effect. Show More Summary
Yves here. I've taken the liberty of editing down Bill Black's post slightly to bring readers more quickly to his correctly outraged discussion of the latest Wikileaks expose on a trade deal that has managed to go completely under the radar: the Trade in Services Agreement, otherwise known as TISA. Show More Summary
There's been a lot written over the past year about government spying, but not so much about how governments spy. It's easy to forget that there's an industry thriving underneath that controversy. In 2011 WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange released a...
For many years, it's been widely known, if not officially confirmed, that the DOJ had a grand jury investigation going on against Julian Assange and Wikileaks. As far back as early 2011, it was already quite clear that they didn't have enough evidence to actually make a case against him. Show More Summary
As Wikileaks' Julian Assange marks a second year living in the Ecuadorian embassy in London decrying the alleged suppression of free press in the Anglo West, Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa plots even more potent initiatives to silence opposition media in his country. Show More Summary