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Wikileaks, Pirate Party Shake Hands Over Servers

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, August 18 2010

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and Pirate Party leader Rick Falkvinge shake hands over an agreement for the party to host several Wikileaks servers. Photo via Torrent Freak. Read More

Quote of the Day: Palin Calls on Wikileaks to Speak Out Against Itself

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, August 13 2010

Wikileaks staff-whomever's calling the shots there is unconscionably aiding/abetting the enemy;don't contribute to this. Speak out. Do right Read More

Inside the Life and Mind of Bradley Manning

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, August 9 2010

Here's a thought-provoking twist. Laying at the heart of the case of Bradley Manning, the Army specialist accused of leaking military documents to Wikileaks, may be Don't Ask Don't Tell, reports the New York Times' ... Read More

Quote of the Day: The Wikileaks Approach to Press Availability

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, August 2 2010

'We are in a romance with journalists’ hearts; if our voices sweet are not easily reachable on the phone when their desire and deadlines peak, others’ voices, less honeyed but always, always available will ... Read More

Quote of the Day: Boundaryless Press

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, July 26 2010

The blogosphere is a stateless news organization. Read More

Wikileaks' Afghan War Logs: The Crowdscouring Begins

BY Micah L. Sifry | Monday, July 26 2010

Several months ago, Julian Assange cannily described the paradox on releasing raw data online. "It's counterintuitive," he said to ComputerWorld. "You'd think the bigger and more important the document is, the more ... Read More

Wikileaks and Sourcing

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, July 26 2010

Here, Micah crosses his fingers in hope that the story of Wikileaks' providing three major news organizations with more than 90,000 documents on the Afghanistan war doesn't become a story, simply, about how and why the ... Read More

Wikileaks Releases Giant Trove of Secret US Documents on Afghan War

BY Micah L. Sifry | Sunday, July 25 2010

After several weeks of speculation, the supranational transparency site Wikileaks has released 92,000 leaked documents pertaining to the US war in Afghanistan, triggering huge stories in the New York Times, the Guardian ... Read More