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Julian Assange, founder of whistle-blowing site WikiLeaks, said he is creating a new controversial television talk show built around the theme of "the world tomorrow" where will challenge the show's guests on their vision of world affairs and "their ideas on how to secure a brighter future."
Following widespread protests and blackouts of multiple popular websites, Congress on Friday indefinitely postponed legislation intended to combat the online piracy of movies, music and other copyrighted content.
Interact Marketing will be among the companies including Wikipedia and Google on January 18th publicly displaying protest of the proposed SOPA and PIPA acts on their website. New
A U.S. military tribunal has recommended that Pfc. Bradley Manning face a court-martial for charges that he allegedly leaked classified information to Wikileaks.
Members of the hacking collective announced this week that they had breached the database of a military supply Web site earlier this month.
Julian Assange today won the right to ask Britain’s Supreme Court to hear his case, prolonging his stay in Britain.
On December 1st, WikiLeaks, a non-profit association of anonymous journalists defending the human rights, published an interactive map featuring countries that are spying on mobile users.
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