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A New Tool Emerges to Spread Wikileaks Info

BY Nick Judd | Tuesday, December 7 2010

French web developer BenoƮt Chesneau, who created a map to represent incidents from Wikileaks' previous leak of incident reports from the war in Afghanistan over time, is publicizing an Internet address to go to in ... Read More

UPDATED: Wikileaks Loses DNS Service, Supporters Spread Mirrors as 'Infowar' Continues

BY Nick Judd | Friday, December 3 2010

The Wikileaks.org domain was disconnected last night when Wikileaks' now-former domain name system service provider, EveryDNS, stopped serving the domain. Since then, a network of supporters has started sharing the ... Read More

Wikileaks Cables: U.S. Official Was Frustrated About German Data Security Concerns

BY Nick Judd | Tuesday, November 30 2010

Irony, defined: Among the secret U.S. State Department cables released by Wikileaks on Sunday are some in which American officials complain about German concerns over the U.S.'s privacy and data security practices. "The ... Read More