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  • Assange at SXSW: 'Who really wears the pants in the administration?'

    By Caitlin McGarry | 09 March, 2014 00:42

    Julian Assange doesn't use the blustering rhetoric you might expect from the founder of the activist publishing group WikiLeaks. Assange is responsible for leaking documents that have changed America's political landscape-- State Department cables and Iraq War logs--yet to a South by Southwest audience on Saturday, he spoke quietly and matter-of-factly even when uttering the most inflammatory statements.

  • SXSW starts out with spotlight on security, as Google's Schmidt sounds off on NSA

    By Caitlin McGarry | 07 March, 2014 23:38

    Austin, Texas is in full-on party mode as South by Southwest kicks off Friday, but the normally lighthearted Interactive portion of the festival--best known for turning Twitter and Foursquare into stars--is taking a serious turn this year by addressing the National Security Agency's PRISM program head-on.

  • DOJ right not to prosecute Assange, say press freedom advocates

    By Grant Gross | 27 November, 2013 17:31

    The U.S. Department of Justice has made the right decision to not prosecute WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange for publishing leaks from former U.S. Army intelligence analyst Bradley Manning, if a recent report in the Washington Post is correct, press freedom advocates said.

  • Venezuela offers asylum to Edward Snowden

    By John Ribeiro | 06 July, 2013 05:36

    Venezuela's president Nicolas Maduro has offered to give asylum to Edward Snowden, the former contractor of the National Security Agency who leaked documents about the agency's surveillance programs.

  • Snowden withdraws Russia asylum petition as options dwindle

    By Jaikumar Vijayan | 02 July, 2013 20:00

    Former Booz Allen Hamilton employee-turned-fugitive document leaker Edward Snowden withdrawn his request for political asylum in Russia as his options for shelter in other countries appear to be dwindling.

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  • Could Wikileaks scandal lead to new virtual currency?

    By Keir Thomas | 11 December, 2010 11:35

    It's not an exaggeration to say that the recent Wikileaks scandal has shaken the Internet to its core. Regardless of where you stand on the debate, various services have simply refused to handle Wikileaks' business -- everything from domain-name providers to payment services -- and this has led to many questioning how robust the Internet actually is.

  • WikiLeaks: A case study in Web survivability

    By Tony Bradley | 09 December, 2010 07:29

    In recent weeks WikiLeaks has been targeted by denial-of-service (DoS) attacks, had its hosting service shutdown, been bounced off of Amazon hosting, had its funding through PayPal, MasterCard and other sources shut down, and its leader arrested on sexual assault-related charges. The fact that WikiLeaks remains stubbornly and defiantly online holds some lessons for other sites when it comes to resilience and survivability.

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