Julian Assange of WikiLeaks discusses his more than 300 days in the Ecuadorean embassy, the U.S. Justice Department spying on journalists, the future of WikiLeaks and Visa’s financial blockade on WikiLeaks.
Honestly, anyone who still thinks DHS wasn't monitoring the Occupy protests is just too silly to live. Once you have a full-scale operation that's supposed to monitor threats, they're going to look at everything - because they're paranoid
A prominent member of the amorphous hacktivist collective Anonymous was reportedly turned informant by the FBI, leading to the arrest of five hackers in three countries. Prosecutors announced charges Tuesday against the men, spread across
The joint Wikileaks, Anonymous release of over 5 million leaked Stratfor emails on Monday confirms what many suspected since the detention of Julian Assange ...that the U.S. would press possible charges of espionage or conspiracy related to the release of hundreds of thousands of leaked state department cables. The U.S. not only already holds a sealed indictment of Assange, they've been patiently sitting on it for over 12 months.
Wikileaks Stratfor Emails: Israel May Have Already Destroyed Iran's Nuke Program, So Why The War Drums?
As news organizations are sifting through the five million emails released by Wikileaks today, they're posting their findings. (See the interview above with Julian Assange about the spying on Bhopal activists.) Oddly enough, the major news