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Australia’s WikiLeaks Party under fire because members met with Assad to ‘show solidarity’

Whistleblowing group WikiLeaks said Tuesday it had no knowledge of and did not approve a delegation to Syria which met President Bashar al-Assad and included members of Australia’s WikiLeaks Party. The delegation, aimed at showing solidarity with the Syrian people and opposing Western military intervention, reportedly included WikiLeaks founder Julian…

WikiLeaks reveals secret trade agreement that could crack down on web freedom

A secret draft proposal of a controversial trade agreement shows the Obama administration is trying to push through a corporate wish list that resembles a failed anti-piracy measure and would limit intellectual freedom and likely increase health care costs. The online whistleblower group WikiLeaks posted the complete draft Wednesday of…

Wikileaks: U.S. backing pharmaceuticals in Trans-Pacific Partnership draft

The United States is seeking broader protections for its pharmaceutical and other companies in negotiations on an ambitious Pacific trade deal, according to a document released Wednesday by WikiLeaks. Julian Assange’s anti-secrecy activist website published what it said was the draft text as of late August for a chapter of…

How the U.S. government inadvertently created Wikileaks

I was in Germany for Chaos Congress 2009, a hacker conference, and after attending a series of talks I was headed back to my hotel when I spotted Julian Assange. This predated my working as a project manager at DARPA…  …

Senate Judiciary Committee defines ‘journalism’ to leave out Wikileaks

There have been debates on a setting up a special journalist shield law for many years, and every time it comes up it leads to something problematic, as various supporters suddenly want to narrowly define what a journalist is, often in a manner that…  …

WikiLeaks’ ‘CableGate’ server up for auction on eBay

Server geeks and conspiracy theorists wanting to own a little piece of history have a shot at owning the actual server that was at the center of a political firestorm after WikiLeaks used it to release more than 250,000 secret U.S. embassy cables in…  …

Bradley Manning: ‘I’m sorry’ for handing secrets over to WikiLeaks

By Ian Simpson FORT MEADE, Maryland (Reuters) – U.S. soldier Bradley Manning apologized on Wednesday for handing state secrets over to the WikiLeaks website in the biggest breach of classified data in U.S. history. “I’m sorry I hurt people. I’m sorry that I hurt the United States,” the 25-year-old Army…

Bradley Manning’s supervisor admits Army missed warning signs

By Tom Ramstack FORT MEADE, Maryland (Reuters) – Lawyers for Bradley Manning, the U.S. soldier convicted of giving classified documents to WikiLeaks, sought to show during a sentencing hearing on Tuesday that the Army ignored his mental health problems and bizarre behavior. Manning’s violent outbursts and his emailing a supervisor…

Prosecutors present last witnesses at Bradley Manning’s sentencing

By Tom Ramstack FORT MEADE, Maryland (Reuters) – U.S. Army prosecutors presented their last witnesses on Friday in the sentencing phase of Private First Class Bradley Manning’s court-martial for providing a trove of secret files to WikiLeaks. Defense lawyers for Manning, who faces up to 90 years in prison, are…

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