WikiLeaks

The State Monopoly On DDoS
Particularly troubling, there’s no indication NSA or GCHQ believe they need warrants to exercise their monopoly on hacks against their own citizens. Read more...
A Note About TPP And Wikileaks
The TPP process is set up to lead to a certain kind of agreement that favors corporate interests against the interests of most of us. Groups representing non-corporate stakeholders were kept out of the process. Read more...
A federal grand jury has indicted 13 members of the Internet hacking group Anonymous for allegedly carrying out cyber-attacks against websites worldwide in an effort to shut them down. Read more...
Bradley Manning Sentenced To 35 Years
Bradley Manning, the 25-year-old private convicted of leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks, has been sentenced to 35 years in prison, a military judge ruled today. Read more...
 Manning's Lawyer Pleads For Leniency
Attorneys for Bradley Manning, the soldier found guilty of turning over 700,000 classified U.S. files to WikiLeaks, called on a military judge on Monday to sentence him to a term that "doesn't rob him of his youth," rather than the 60 years urged by prosecutors. Read more...

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Bradley Manning Apologizes In Military Courtroom
Bradley Manning took the stand at the sentencing part of his trial and said 'I am sorry that my actions hurt people.' Read more...
A military court has found Pfc. Bradley Manning, accused of the largest leak of classified information in U.S. history, not guilty of aiding the enemy -- a charge that would have carried a maximum sentence of life in prison. He was found guilty of most of the remaining charges against him, with the judge accepting some of the guilty pleas he made previously to lesser charges. Read more...
A "dramatic thriller based on real events," The Fifth Estate reveals the quest to expose the deceptions and corruptions of power that turned an internet upstart, Wikileaks, into the 21st century's most fiercely debated organization. Read more...
Colonel Morris Davis, who has just wrapped two days of testimony for the defense told the court that many of the files Manning leaked on Guantánamo were already out in the public domain and that they had no value to enemy groups and could not have harmed U.S. national security. Read more...
We still don't know where NSA leaker Edward Snowden, still technically "in transit" in Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport, will end up next. But now that more than a third of the countries from which he's applied for asylum have said "no," we can get a good sense of where he's not going. Read more...