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Crovitz has a history of being fact-challenged , especially when it comes to the internet, and his latest opinion piece entitled Aiding the Enemy Isn't Journalism is an impressive work of bad journalism...Bradley Manning and Julian Assange will go
Private Manning admitted in court on Thursday that he had provided about 700,000 government documents to WikiLeaks , the antisecrecy group, in the most extensive leak of confidential and classified material in American history. But he pleaded guilty
It had been 24 months since the big leaks, which the US alleges were orchestrated by Pvt. Bradley Manning , a soldier currently detained awaiting trial by the army on charges that include aiding the enemy, theft of public records, and computer fraud.
Aleksey Pukach pleaded guilty to killing reporter Georgiy Gongadze in 2000 on the orders of then Interior Minister Yuri Kravchenko. Lies, damned lies, and newspaper reporting (Op-Ed) Published: 02 February, 2013, 15:47 Reuters / Paul Hackett Where to
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange addresses members of the media and supporters from the window of the Ecuadorian embassy in Knightsbridge, west London.(AFP Photo / Leon Neal) (13.3Mb) embed video In 2012 Julian Assange was fighting against
WikiLeaks, Hollywood's Next Muse Focus Features Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, in the film We Steal Secrets...At the end of Alex Gibney 's not-quite-finished documentary We Steal Secrets about Julian Assange and WikiLeaks is a screen crawl
Julian Assange considers pursuing a defamation case against Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard. He has hired Sydney lawyers to investigate and legally pursue the PM's comments, which were used to support a financial blockade against WikiLeaks...
In order to promote his new book, Cypherpunks: Freedom and the Future of the Internet , Assange agreed to a phone interview on the condition that we speak only about the book...Cypherpunks is simply the book-length transcript of a conversation
A senior Ecuadorian diplomat says the health of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is deteriorating, and wants the UK to give him safe passage out of the country's London embassy, where he is holed up, if it declines further. Assange's health could
Herder3 Wikileaks has released documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act (so not technically leaks) detailing the investigation of an Airman working in Information Technology in the UK which in his typical grandstanding fashion Julian