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Julian Assange today won the right to ask Britain’s Supreme Court to hear his case, prolonging his stay in Britain.
A new project launched by Wikileaks will reveal evidence of a global surveillance network that allows governments to spy on their citizens through their smartphones and other mobile devices, website founder Julian Assange told reporters Thursday.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said on Monday that the site will have to stop publishing secret cables if it is unable to end a financial "blockade" by companies like Visa and Mastercard.
Wikileaks on Thursday said it was releasing tens of thousands of US diplomatic cables that appear to be from a cache of more than 250,000 State Department reports leaked to the group, of which many are still classified.
Former Wikileaks spokesman Daniel Domscheit-Berg has permanently deleted some 3500 unpublished documents previously leaked to the whistleblower site, including the complete U.S. no-fly list, five gigabytes of data from Bank of America and information about several neo-Nazi groups.
Senior figures of the hackersâ€™ collective Anonymous have threatened an attack to the Metropolitan policeâ€™s computer systems and those controlled by the UK judicial system, warning that Tuesday will be the "biggest day in Anonymousâ€™s history".
In a rare public speaking appearance, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange told students at Cambridge University that he believed the Internet was "the greatest spying machine the world has ever seen".
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden to face allegations of rape and sexual misconduct, a British court judge ruled on Thursday.
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.
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