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WikiLeaks

'Attack on journalism': WikiLeaks responds to Google's cooperation with US govt
Google’s willingness to surrender the private emails of WikiLeaks staffers to the United States government amounts to an “attack on journalism,” a representative for the whistleblower group says.

26.01.2015 17:43

WikiLeaks ‘astonished and disturbed’: Google gave its major staff data to US govt
The whistleblowing website has learned that Google handed over to US authorities the digital correspondence and other data from three of its employees on suspected espionage-related charges related to the Chelsea Manning case.

26.01.2015 07:29

#JeSuisAbdullah? Critics slam glowing Western eulogies for ‘reformer’ Saudi king
Critics are taking Western leaders to task for singing the praises of King Abdullah, the recently deceased 90-year-old monarch of Saudi Arabia, whose regime they claim was marred by countless human rights abuses, warmongering and corruption.

23.01.2015 16:46

Journalist Barrett Brown sentenced to 63 months in prison for Anonymous link
A Dallas, Texas court has sentenced journalist Barrett Brown to 63 months behind bars for links to the hacktivist collective Anonymous.

22.01.2015 20:20

WikiLeaks 2.0? Slur platform wants to be new online market for leaked info
The new Slur platform -an open source, decentralized marketplace for selling secret information for bitcoin – aims to protect whistleblowers by granting anonymity to both buyers and sellers, what WikiLeaks failed to do, the platform developer told RT.

06.01.2015 15:54

​Assange stakeout has cost UK taxpayers £9mn
Policing the Ecuadorian embassy in London for over two years in order to prevent a possible Julian Assange escape has already cost the British taxpayers over £9 million, and the bill keeps growing.

04.01.2015 02:38

‘Why are covert CIA agents operating in allied EU countries?’
After a CIA memo explaining how to get through tighter EU border security checks was leaked to WikiLeaks, the question arose why are there covert agents in the countries the US is meant to share intelligence with, former MI5 agent Annie Machon told RT.

23.12.2014 07:03

Visa, MasterCard sued for blocking donations to WikiLeaks
​Lawyers representing the credit card processor used by WikiLeaks are suing Visa and MasterCard in the United States over the 2010 banking blockade that kept the anti-secrecy group from receiving funds.

12.12.2014 16:56

‘Dark Web’ pedophiles to be hunted by new GCHQ-NCA police unit
British Prime Minister David Cameron has unveiled a new strategy on Thursday to hunt pedophiles and abusers online, which will include giving greater powers to intelligence agencies to monitor internet activity.

11.12.2014 09:50

‘Assange case - a witch-hunt by Swedish govt pressed by US’
The US, the UK, and Sweden feel threatened by the WikiLeaks data release in 2010, so they work in tandem to keep Julian Assange locked up in London in fear of being sent to the US to face a grand jury, social campaigner Clark Stoeckley told RT.

08.12.2014 10:17

Anti-snooping app: Amnesty & partners unveil tool that detects surveillance
In collaboration with privacy and civil rights organizations, Amnesty International launched Detekt, an app that enables people to scan their devices for traces of surveillance spyware, created with activists and journalists in mind.

20.11.2014 14:07

The siege of Julian Assange is a farce - an investigation by John Pilger
The siege of Knightsbridge is a farce. For two years, an exaggerated, costly police presence around the Ecuadorean embassy in London has served no purpose other than to flaunt the power of the state.

19.11.2014 11:02