Wikileaks Publishes unedited U.S. Diplomatic Cables

Wikileaks Publishes unedited U.S. Diplomatic Cables

Hesperia : CA : USA | Sep 02, 2011 at 8:04 AM PDT
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The leakage site WikiLeaks published his complete archive of American diplomacy cables.Many of the documents, if not all, appear to be unedited, giving names and details of informants.WikiLeaks said he made the decision after the files available on the Internet appeared due to a breach of security.

On Thursday, WikiLeaks has accused the British newspaper The Guardian to have published the secret key file (the newspaper denies the charge).In a joint media who had previously collaborated with WikiLeaks said it deplored the decision that could put lives at risk.

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WikiLeaks defends its decision to publish thousands of classified US diplomatic cables
WikiLeaks defends its decision to publish thousands of classified US diplomatic cables
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