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Released e-mails from Anonymous, a hacker group sympathetic to Wikileaks, show correspondence from someone who claims to be a former Bank of America Corp employee.
A US judge ruled Friday that prosecutors can order Twitter to hand over account information of certain users who were associated with Wikileaks, rejecting arguments the move would violate their rights to privacy and free speech.
NEW YORK, March 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Richard Rose, a New York City-based journalist and investigative reporter, has drawn upon decades of working at the most top-secret military facilities in the world and written his debut novel, Release the Butterfly, based on plausible events.
WASHINGTON, March 9, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The effects of WikiLeaks disclosures of classified data and Obama administration policies on the cause of freedom of information will be top questions at the National Freedom of Information Day Conference, Wednesday, March 16. The 13th annual conference will be held from 8:30 a.m.
A request for an investigation into a hacker groupâ€™s reported cyber threat against a military base being used to hold a US soldier suspected of leaking secret documents to Wikileaks was made by the Pentagon on Tuesday.
A former military intelligence agent could be facing the death penalty after the US Army announced he would be facing 22 additional charges in connection to his alleged leaking of classified documents to the Wikileaks website.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden to face allegations of rape and sexual misconduct, a British court judge ruled on Thursday.
A Sacramento, California-based computer security company has withdrawn from an industry conference after receiving threats of real-world violence from a group of hackers that had previously launched cyberattacks against them.
On Tuesday, a federal judge was to hear arguments on a court order directing microblogging site Twitter to hand over information on users connected to Wikileaks in a case pitting privacy advocates against federal prosecutors.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton pledged on Tuesday that the United States would boost support for global Internet freedom.