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Press & Digital Freedom

Wikileaks Releases ‘Carter Cables II’, Half a Million U.S. Diplomatic Cables From 1978

The latest release ups total of U.S. cables published by Wikileaks to 2.7 million....

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Assange v Zuckerberg

Rec’d today via email, so unfortunately can’t source it....

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US Air Force Blocks Sites That Post Leaked Cables

  The Chinese block stuff that the rest of the world can read, too. From the NYT: When Air Force personnel on the service’s computer...

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Naomi Wolf: Sex charges against Assange an insult to rape victims worldwide

  From Wolf’s analysis: In other words: Never in twenty-three years of reporting on and supporting victims of sexual assault...

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Do you think Sarah Palin knows the story behind the Espionage Act?

Not likely. But that’s no big surprise. Naomi Wolf reminds us: The Espionage Act was crafted in 1917 — because President...

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A Week in the Life of Julian Assange

All things considered, it’s difficult to imagine that any organization, and by default, its face, has ever had such a week....

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Cablegate – First Slovenia Cable Uploaded – 09STATE62397

Posted below for posterity’s sake (and in case the wikileaks/cablegate sites go down again), 09STATE62397, S) REPORTING AND...

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Amazon’s odd explanation about pulling their plug on Wikileaks

  Update 10:30 CET: Pengovsky has just informed that Wikileaks has moved to Switzerland this morning. Cablegate site is here:...

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Balkans Cablegate #2 – getting the story right (?)

Updated 19:00 If was good to see Slovenia get its fleeting 15 minutes of Wikileaks fame in the cablegate maelstrom over the past 36 hours,...

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Cablegate in the Balkans – And the winner is:

Croatia, apparently. NOTE: New link to cablegate site is http://213.251.145.96/cablegate.html Of the 251,287 secret US Embassy cables...

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