Sunday 17 December 2017

WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks founder Assange to be extradited to Sweden to face rape claims

WikiLeaks founder Assange to be extradited to Sweden to face rape claims

Julian Assange, founder of the anti- secrecy website WikiLeaks, lost a U.K. appeal to stop his extradition to Sweden to face rape claims almost 11 months after he was arrested in London. ...

WikiLeaks Block May Force Its End, Founder Warns

WikiLeaks Block May Force Its End, Founder Warns

Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, said on Monday that his controversial Web site could be forced to shut down by the end of the year because a 10-month-old “financial blockade” ha...

Al-Jazeera: Director announces resignation‎, follows release of documents by Wikileaks

Wadah Khanfar

The Al-Jazeera satellite TV channel has announced Tuesday that its director has stepped down after serving the network for eight years. Wadah Khanfar's resignation follows release of docu...

What – and where – now for Mr WikiLeaks?

Julian Assange

Mr Assange is currently on bail while the High Court deliberates on whether to extradite him to Sweden on sexual assault charges. The written verdict is expected early next month, when ju...

Anger as WikiLeaks reveals all

Anger as WikiLeaks reveals all

WikiLeaks has published its full archive of 251,000 secret United States diplomatic cables online, most of it uncensored, exposing thousands of individuals named in the documents. The mov...

Wikileaks Cable Release: A Summary of Selected Shocking Revelations

Wikileaks Cable Release: A Summary of Selected Shocking Revelations

Wikileaks' latest release of a massive cache of state department cables -- this time by accident -- has touched off a familiar uproar, intensified by the fact that many of the documents a...

WikiLeaks website attacked after releasing names of officials in SEA and Africa who have betrayed their countries

WikiLeaks website attacked after releasing names of officials in  SEA and Africa who have betrayed their countries

The WikiLeaks website has become the target of an apparent cyberattack after it published of tens of thousands of once-secret US State Department cables. The cables recently released by W...

Web hackivists Anonymous gets blocked from Google+, will develop their own social network

Web hackivists Anonymous gets blocked from Google+, will develop their own social network

Anonymous revealed yesterday that its Google+ profile has been removed and that their Gmail account has been blocked as well. Google claims that the profile and account go against "Commun...

Bin Laden Hunter ‘CIA John’ Identified

Bin Laden Hunter ‘CIA John’ Identified

on July 5, after which a mere two days elapsed before The Observer managed to learn the identity of this super spy, type it into Google and track the poor guy to a quiet subdivision in No...

How Britain's Guardian Is Making Journalism History

How Britain's Guardian Is Making Journalism History

From WikiLeaks to News of the World's closure, the trust-owned newspaper has shifted how Britons see the role of the media

Julian Assange extradition appeal: QCs clash over 'conceptions of consent'

Julian Assange extradition appeal: QCs clash over 'conceptions of consent'

High court judges adjourn case to consider Swedish prosecution authority's case against WikiLeaks founder