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The federal governmentâ€™s investigation into WikiLeaks intensified after a federal judge approved a subpoena to Twitter ordering the popular messaging service to provide investigators all the data they have on five WikiLeaks activists.
NEW YORK, Jan. 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- A new BBC World News America/Harris Poll finds that Americans are divided, with no consensus, as to how much freedom the media should have to publish confidential government documents.
On Monday, Germany's aerospace center denied that it is working with the US on a $270 million high-tech secret spy program.
Many people consider Wikileaks to be the 2010 version of Napster, saying it is a moment in the "evolution of how technology changes."
According to a list published this week by a Chinese Wikipedia-style website, "Microblog" and "Wikileaks" were among the 10 hottest terms on the Internet in China this year.
An official app for iPhone and iPad that allowed readers to view Wikileaks site content and follow the Wikileaks Twitter account on the go has been removed from the Apple app store earlier today.
Bank of America joined several other major financial institutions as it stopped handling payments for WikiLeaks.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange was released on bail from a British jail on Thursday, following an anxious scramble to obtain the money and signatures needed to set him free.
The United States Air Force has blocked its workforce from visiting and viewing 25 media websites that published secret documents released by Wikileaks, a Pentagon spokesman said on Wednesday.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange was granted bail on Tuesday by a British judge, but he remained in custody pending a possible appeal.
- An uxorious, effeminate, or spiritless man.
- A timorous, cowardly fellow.