After missing his flight out of Moscow to Havana, Snowden may still be in Russia, hiding from U.S. authorities or anyone who would extradite him to his home country.
What would a lengthy conversation between Google’s chairman and Wikileak’s controversial head honcho reveal?
Wikileaks, scorge of the federal government that they are, has released a brand new collection of data files from the `70s today that show the country’s dealings with the rest of the world.
Julian Assange, who is currently in exile in London’s Ecuadorian embassy, plans to run for senate after launching a new, Wikileaks-based political party in Australia.
Anonymous and Wikileaks have seemingly broken a longstanding partnership after Wikileaks put up a paywall over a number of leaked documents on its website.
Anonymous targeted United Kingdom government websites today in a show of solidarity with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who is fleeing London to Ecuador for fear of being extradited to the United States.
Founder Julian Assange asked President Obama today to “renounce [the United States'] witch hunt” against Wikileaks, the website that published a number of sensitive U.S. diplomatic cables. The speech comes soon after being granted asylum in Ecuador in the midst of his trial for Swedish sex-crimes.
Julian Assange, the famed creator of Wikileaks, was granted asylum in Ecuador today, after fleeing to the country’s embassy in London in June.
WikiLeaks announced today that it is “back open for donations.”
PFC Bradley Manning, the U.S. Army soldier who was arrested in May 2010 for passing information to WikiLeaks, has finally been given a court date.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may be extradited to Sweden to face rape charges after losing an appeal in the UK.