Successful Kazakh PR work?
Successful Kazakh PR work?
U.S. has concluded Assad used chemical weapons, but no details yet on the specific military support that will be provided.
After the fizzling-out of the Occupy Wall Street movement in America, protesters from New York arrive in Tunis and Istanbul. Familiar tent cities, different goals.
“There is nothing special about the timing other than we have been aggressively pursuing Hezbollah’s financial networks and the facilitators for their financial activity in Lebanon for some time now,” officials says.
UPDATED: After being sentenced to 35 years in prison, the 26-year-old army private formerly known as Bradley Manning told the world that she will live the rest of her life as Chelsea Manning — here’s a look at the person behind the biggest leak in U.S. history, using Manning’s chat logs, court martial testimony, and statements.
The Oscar winner’s new film, We Steal Secrets, about Julian Assange, was effectively pirated by WikiLeaks. He strikes back, accusing them of hypocrisy.
One of Julian Assange’s former employees, who appears in the film, talks about what Alex Gibney got right.
San Francisco Pride has named the controversial Bradley Manning, who leaked confidential government documents to WikiLeaks, as one of its 2013 Grand Marshals. Many LGBT military activists are furious.
Julian Assange beams in from his exile to explain WikiLeaks’ latest.
Ecuador has offered Assange political asylum, much to the dismay of Swedish officials, who want the Wikileaks founder to answer to sexual assault allegations. He’s baaaaaaaaack.
The WikiLeaks founder and his supporters have long said his international notoriety has gotten him unfair treatment. Now that he’s been offered asylum in Ecuador, that fame has become his shield — but at what cost?
Yesterday, a link to an opinion piece by former New York Times editor Bill Keller was all over Twitter. Turns out it was a prank that fooled even the paper’s lead tech writer. (Updated)
Mastercard may have virtually bankrupted Wikileaks, but that hasn’t erased the impact they’ve made so far. To find out more on how to help Wikileaks, visit Wikileaks.org/support.
The News of the World/Rupert Murdoch/phone hacking scandal is going to make for an awesome movie (one that will hopefully be scripted by Aaron Sorkin, directed by Stephen Frears and called something like “Citizen Murdoch” or “Hacked: A Tale Of Power And Tragedy.”). Here’s my casting wishlist. Since you are a very opinionated internet, surely you have your own ideas as to who should play Rebekah Brooks, Hugh Grant, Wendi Deng, et al. Play casting couch in the comments! View List ›
Major credit card companies have withheld over $15 Million in donations to WikiLeaks. So this parody ad on behalf of WikiLeaks kind of wrote itself. Watch Video ›
Newly released documents from WikiLeaks shed new light on the prisoners and operations of Guantánamo. Here’s a quick guide to reading. View List ›
Julian Assange shakes his WikiLeaks to Rebecca Black. It’s a Friday “Friday” Dance-A-Thon with Julian Assange, Thom Yorke and Hassan Baba! Watch Video ›
Here’s footage of the WikiLeaks honcho heating things up on a dance floor in Reykjavík, Iceland. Perhaps the one thing Julian Assange would like to keep hidden from the public. And, naturally, there’s already a remix. Watch Video ›
Recently released WikiLeaks cables suggest the ruling party in India paid for votes to ensure a nuclear deal with the U.S.
A true story about Julian Assange being an ungrateful and rude couch surfer, reenacted. He left WikiLeaks stains all over the furniture. Watch Video ›
Follow the Twitter trail.
Among the recent, Egypt-related Wikileaks is this document from 2008 revealing that the State Department asked YouTube to unban videos by an Egyptian blogger depicting police abuse. Gawker has suggested that the blogger in question was probably Wael Abbas, who is profiled in this New York Times piece. (Via TechCrunch.) View Image ›
The U.S. Justice Department has ordered Twitter to hand over data associated with multiple user accounts, in preparation for legal action related to Wikileaks. View List ›
Also compares himself to Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Jews.
Assange may be less a revolutionary martyr and more a creep.
Even more good publicity for Bank of America.
Bank of America, come on down!
In anticipation of the WikiLeaks, no doubt.