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NSA Surrounded Merkel in 'Web of Surveillance': WikiLeaks 9.7.2015 CommonDreams.org Headlines
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WikiLeaks: US Bugged More Than Two Dozen Brazilian Leaders 4.7.2015 CommonDreams.org Headlines
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France rejects Assange’s appeal to grant him... 3.7.2015 TOI: All Headlines
France rejects Assange’s appeal to grant him...
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French Asylum for Snowden and Assange Would Send 'Clear Message' to US 26.6.2015 CommonDreams.org Headlines
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Ecuador renews relief request for Julian Ass... 17.6.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Ecuador renews relief request for Julian Ass...
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The Pre-Charge Punishment of Julian Assange 29.5.2015 Commondreams.org Views
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Wikileaks continues as Julian Assange awaits the U.S. case against him 28.5.2015 rabble.ca - News for the rest of us
Thursday, May 28, 2015 Tucked away on a side street in one of London's toniest neighborhoods, just across the street from the sprawling department store Harrods, sits a brick, Victorian-era apartment building that houses the Ecuadorean embassy. Julian Assange, the founder and editor of the whistle-blower website Wikileaks, walked into this embassy on June 19, 2012, and hasn't stepped foot outside since. Julian Assange has been living under political asylum, in virtual detention, since 2012. But his resolve is unbroken, and the leaks he originally sought to publish are still reaching the light of ...
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"Pretrial Punishment": Julian Assange Remains in Ecuadorean Embassy Fearing Arrest If He Leaves 28.5.2015 Democracy Now!
Five years ago this week, U.S. Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning was arrested in Kuwait and charged with leaking classified information. Weeks later, WikiLeaks published tens of thousands of internal logs from the war in Afghanistan. It was one of the largest leaks in U.S. military history. Major articles ran in The New York Times, Guardian, Der Spiegel and other outlets. Chelsea Manning, then known as Bradley, and Julian Assange soon became household names. While Manning was sentenced to 35 years in jail, Assange has been living for the past three years inside the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, where he has political asylum. Assange faces investigations in both Sweden and the United States. Here in the United States, a secret grand jury is investigating WikiLeaks for its role in publishing leaked Afghan and Iraq war logs and State Department cables. In Sweden, Assange is wanted for questioning on allegations of sexual misconduct, though no charges have been filed. "Look at Thomas Drake, for example, NSA ...
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Putin accuses U.S. of meddling 28.5.2015 CNN: Top Stories
Russian President Vladimir Putin has come out swinging in defense of FIFA's embattled president and against U.S. authorities who've gone after soccer's powerful, polarizing governing body.
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Assange agrees to questioning in London, his lawyer says 17.4.2015 Hindu: International
The WikiLeaks founder has been holed up inside Ecuador’s London embassy since June 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden.
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Journalists Who Hate Whistleblowers 25.3.2015 ConsortiumNews.com
Journalists Who Hate Whistleblowers
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Whistleblowers and the Press Heavyweights 25.3.2015 Commondreams.org Views
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In Turnaround, Swedish Supreme Court to Hear Assange Appeal 11.3.2015 CommonDreams.org Headlines
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WikiLeaks Slams Google for Handing Over Staffers' Data to US 27.1.2015 newindianexpress.com
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WikiLeaks slams Google for handing over staffers' data to US 27.1.2015 deccanherald.com
WikiLeaks has lashed out at internet giant Google for handing over its staffers emails and digital data to the US authorities without swiftly informing the whistleblowing site, terming it "an attack on journalism and journalists especially those working on security issues". Baltazar Garzon, Director of WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assanges defence team, yesterday referred the handing over of data "an attack on journalism and journalists especially those working on security issues", saying the dangerous implication is that "anything that has to do with whistleblowing is being differentiated from journalism". On December 24 last year, Google informed WikiLeaks that it handed over the information under secret search warrants issued by a US federal judge in March 2012, almost two and a half years after the incident. The warrants, citing an espionage, fraud and conspiracy investigation, required the web giant to hand over the phone numbers, IP addresses, credit card details, contents of all emails and other ...
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WikiLeaks slams Google for handing over staffers' data to US 27.1.2015 Top Stories
The act was termed as an attack on journalism and journalists especially those working on security issues
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WikiLeaks Wants Google Answers on Giving Staff Data to U.S. 27.1.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
WikiLeaks said the whistleblower website is demanding answers from Google Inc. about why the Internet search giant appears to have handed WikiLeaks staff members’ personal data to U.S. law enforcement nearly three years ago.
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WikiLeaks Wants Google Answers on Giving Staff Data to U.S. 27.1.2015 Wall St. Journal: Policy
WikiLeaks said the whistleblower website is demanding answers from Google Inc. about why the Internet search giant appears to have handed WikiLeaks staff members’ personal data to U.S. law enforcement nearly three years ...
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The war on leaks has gone way too far when journalists' emails are under surveillance | Trevor Timm 26.1.2015 Guardian: Comment is Free
The US government’s demands for the private emails of WikiLeaks staffers is outrageous. Disliking Julian Assange is a disgraceful reason anyone to stay silent WikiLeaks demands answers after Google hands staff emails to US government The outrageous legal attack on WikiLeaks and its staffers, who are exercising their First Amendment rights to publish classified information in the public interest—just like virtually every other major news organization in this country—is an attack on freedom of the press itself, and it’s shocking that more people aren’t raising their voices (and pens, and keyboards) in protest. Related: WikiLeaks demands answers after Google hands staff emails to US government The warrants were issued by a federal judge in the Eastern District of Virginia – the same jurisdiction in which a grand jury was set up under the criminal investigation into WikiLeaks. The investigation was confirmed to be still active and ongoing as recently as May last year. [Emphasis mine.] Charging Assange with ...
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Filling the Blanks in Snowden’s ‘Citizenfour’ 24.11.2014 ConsortiumNews.com
Filling the Blanks in Snowden’s ‘Citizenfour’
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