Case against Julian Assange got newspaper editorial pages, political pundits and cable news analysts debating on the state of freedom of the press in U.S.
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Julian Assange is an Australian activist and journalist. He is the editor-in-chief and founder of WikiLeaks. His ongoing flight from persecution for his work publishing secret government information, deemed leaks by many, has been closely documented. Also see our articles about Eric Snowden and Technology Dissidents or our entire section on Election Technology.
DNC sued President Donald Trump’s campaign, Trump’s son, his son-in-law, the Russian Federation and Wikileaks
Citizenship granted to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has been sheltering at its London embassy for 5 years to avoid arrest
It’s a moral obligation for the world to support the overdue democratic change in Somaliland. Somalilanders want to see true change, not replacement of one man into a more corrupted
Wikileaks promising to continue releasing Democratic Party leaks in controversial push for transparency
U.S. intelligence and law enforcement agencies are taking seriously suggestions that the election hack culprit is Russia
You are living at a watershed moment in history. This presidential campaign has, above all else, shown that you understand that the system is broken. We understand that. We are dissatisfied. Now is the time to take the next step.
Amy Goodman of Democracy Now hosted “First They Came For Assange…”, on Wednesday at Thoughtworks NYC, one of the many events around the globe signifying the 4 years Julian Assange has been in political asylum at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London
Epic meeting between titans of internet Wikileak’s chief whistleblower Julian Assange and Google’s Schmidt debate the role of government in technology and the future of Google’s industry
Imagine for a moment that Edward Snowden had gone through the proper channels of government in his effort to expose the illegalities of spying. How would this have played out? It is time to strengthen whistleblowers.