Documents and databases: They're key to modern journalism. But they're almost always hidden behind locked doors, especially when they detail wrongdoing such as fraud, abuse, pollution, insider trading, and other harms. That's why we need your help.
If you have newsworthy contracts, correspondence, emails, financial records or databases from companies, government agencies or non-profits, you can send them to us using the SafeHouse service.Read more »
The US government is charging FIJA activist Julian Heicklen with jury tampering. They may be doing this to keep us from informing juries of their power to find dissidents such as Assange and the anti war activists not guilty regardless of what the law says.Read more »
Wikileaks hip-hop news satire - hilarious! Produced by Rap News 6.Read more »
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was granted bail Tuesday after a hearing at Westminster Magistrate's Court in London, but a lawyer representing Swedish prosecutors immediately filed an appeal.Read more »
"When PayPal permanently limits an account due to an Acceptable Use Policy violation, it is the company's policy to hold the funds for a period of 180 days. Once the 180-day timeframe has elapsed, 3 things can happen: 1) The funds are returned to the account holder; 2) A court or government can seize the funds or 3) The funds remain in the PayPal account." Reading AuctionBytes Blog: PayPal and Amazon Become Part of Wikileaks ControversyRead more »
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested Tuesday on a Swedish warrant, London's Metropolitan Police said.Read more »
Universities are warning students, that they better not read the WikiLeaks documents, or post links to them or even mention them on social media, because they could prevent them from getting the necessary security clearances to get government jobs. Georgetown University's Christopher Chambers weighs in.Read more »
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said on Friday that there were some references to UFOs in “yet-to-be-published” confidential files obtained from the U.S. government. Will a future document dump carry a UFO theme?Read more »
Forbes has a big interview up with controversial Wikileaks impresario Julian Assange. This section in particular will be of interest to Reason readers:Read more »
The military claims Assange shared sensitive names and places, but he says he redacted them, and the military went by their un-redacted originals to accuse him for all the people he "harmed."
He shared that info on Judge Napolitano's Freedom Watch on October 30.Read more »
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