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UN Rules Julian Assange is Being ‘Arbitrarily Held’ And Deserves Compensation

Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks caused a media frenzy by publishing classified documents about Iraq, Afghanistan and Guantánamo. By 2015, Wikileaks has published more than 10 million documents and associated analyses, and has been described by Assange himself…

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Assange Denied ‘Safe Passage’ for Hospital Treatment by UK Government

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been denied safe passage to hospital to get vital scans, recommended by his doctor, for a “deep pain” he has been suffering with in his right shoulder since June. Assange, exiled…

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WikiLeaks Reveals ISPs to Disclose Copyright Infringer Details Under TPP

WikiLeaks has been revealing details of the Trans-Pacific Partnership since the deal was agreed (but not signed) by Australia, the United States, New Zealand, Canada, Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, Japan, Mexico, Peru, Brunei, and Chile last week…

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UK Police Launch Covert Operation Against Julian Assange

The UK Metropolitan Police Service has removed its 24/7 guard from outside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, the building that has been home to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange since he was granted asylum there in 2012,…

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WikiLeaks Julian Assange Fears he will be “Assassinated”

Let’s for a minute contemplate the appearance of Julian Assange, he looks as if he is attempting to apply for this year’s role of Santa at a shopping centre. He might be slowly losing his marbles…

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Hacking team and Boeing Built a Surveillance Drone

The hack of Hacking team was hilarious but serious at the same time, to contemplate a freelance company hell-bent on hacking any target for a variety of employers seemed, well not surprising, but certainly a disappointing…

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Hacking Team Were Tracking Bitcoin Users

Leaked documents, published by WikiLeaks, have revealed that Italian spyware firm Hacking Team have the ability to track Bitcoin users, and have been selling the software with which to do it to third parties since January…

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Here’s How a Hack Took Down Other ‘Legitimate’ Hackers

Before we continue, you might be wondering how could there be ‘legitimate’ hackers. Well, companies such as the one that got hacked, by the name of Hacking Team, exist out there. They usually sell their hacks…

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Julian Assange Compares Surveillance State to a Malevolent God

In an exclusive interview with Byline, Julian Assange spoke about the evolution from the surveillance state to the surveillance society, in which communities are complicit in being observed and reported on, and how it has become…

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Julian Assange Wants to Dismantle Google

Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks – the non-profit media organisation notorious for leaking sensitive and confidential information, becoming the scourge of the world’s governments – has outlined his fears regarding the powers of internet behemoth Google,…

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WikiLeaks Starts Accepting Secret Documents Again

Nearly five years after closing its of its secret drop portal, WikiLeaks is again accepting secret document submissions. The organisation’s old platform was closed in 2010 after an internal dispute over security, resulting in staff deleting…

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E-Mails Reveal Sony Chasing Rights to Super Smash Bros. Movie

E-mails from last year’s Sony Pictures hack have revealed that the studio has been actively pursuing the film rights to Nintendo’s mass beat ‘em up franchise, Super Smash Bros.. The discovery of these e-mails follows the…

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Entire Contents of Sony Hack Now Available On Wikileaks

The contents of last year’s infamous Sony Pictures hack have been published on Wikileaks in their entirety, with the whistleblowing website setting up a searchable archive of over 30,000 documents and 170,000 internal company e-mails. The…

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Google Released WikiLeaks E-Mails to US Government

Three years after formal requests, Google has admitted that it released e-mails and other digital data own by WikiLeaks staff to the US government, after being served with a secret warrant from a federal judge. Google…

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Julian Assange is Hosting a Reddit AMA Right Now!

We don’t normally share up this kind of thing, but this could be one of the most important things you read all day. The founder of WikiLeaks is currently answering peoples questions over on Reddit via…

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Ever Visited WikiLeaks? Well You’ve Been Logged And Your Visit Recorded

New revelations reveal that the NSA and GCHQ have been heavily monitoring WikiLeaks. Some of the revelations include that the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been placed on a U.S wanted list alongside suspected members of…

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White House Trying To Prevent Ruling On NSA

The White House has acknowledged for the first time that the NSA’s bulk data collection of internet and phone activity was authorized by President Bush after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. With the administration…

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Verizon To Disclose Government Requests For Customer Data

Verizon is getting ready to release a detailed report twice a year in regards to the number of law enforcement requests they get for their customers data in the US and aboard. The first of these…

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Snowden: Dear Brazil, The NSA Is Watching You.

In a letter to the people of Brazil, Snowden offers to help uncover NSA probing in exchange for asylum More news on Edward Snowden has surfaced, with Snowden writing an extensive open letter to the people…

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NSA Divided Over Possible Amnesty Deal For Snowden

Officials at the National Security Agency are divided over whether to offer amnesty to to espionage suspect Edward Snowden, who is said to have cost the National Security Agency tens of millions of dollars to ensure…

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WikiLeaks Says Snowden Asylum Is A Battle Won But The War Continues

  With Edward Snowden being formally granted temporary asylum by Russia, WikiLeaks are hailing victory of a major battle. WikiLeaks spokesperson Kristinn Krafnsson told RT that: “This is a war against secrecy that we’ve seen escalating over the recent…

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Whistleblower Bradley Manning Found Not Guilty Of Aiding The Enemy

Private Bradley Manning, the whistleblower behind the biggest military leak in American history, has been acquitted of the charge “aiding the enemy”. This was the most serious offence he had been charged with and had he…

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Venezuela Ratifies Asylum Decision For Snowden

Venezuela has already confirmed that it has received Edward Snowden’s asylum request and now it has reportedly ratified the asylum request. El Nuevo Empresario reports that the Venezuelan foreign affairs minister announced the decision to grant…

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Ecuador Says It Has Been “Infiltrated From All Sides” By Surveillance

Ecuador’s heavy involvement with Julian Assange and WikiLeaks as well as their relatively tentative involvement with the NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, has reportedly left them being “infiltrated from all sides” according to their Foreign Minister Ricardo…

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Snowden Releases List Of Countries Contacted For Political Asylum Requests

While it is now relatively common knowledge that the famous internet surveillance NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden is stuck in Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport, it hasn’t been well documented where he was seeking political asylum up until now. We’ve…

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NSA Boss Says He Knows Nothing About WikiLeaks

With the actions of the NSA exposed by now world-famous whistleblower Edward Snowden the NSA have been trying to calm the storm with a lot of public statements. The latest rather laughable statement is from the…

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Latest News: Edward Snowden Heading To Ecuador

Edward Snowden, the former NSA contractor who is now one of the world’s most famous whistleblowers, is reportedly off to Ecuador today. Snowden recently travelled from Hong Kong to Moscow in an attempt to outrun American…