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Whistleblower website WikiLeaks said Tuesday that it would not speculate on what or when anything would be released, amid intense concerns that more US military documents would be published.
A WikiLeaks spokesman told reporters today that the website will not publish the 400,000 secret military reports on the Iraq war on Monday, but would make new documents public "very soon."
As whistleblower website WikiLeaks gets ready to release some 400,000 secret military documents, the Pentagon said Friday it was scouring through an Iraqi War database preparing for potential fallout from such a release of information.
NATOâ€™s secretary general warned Friday that the release of a huge collection of classified Afghan war documents by Wikileaks could endanger the safety of international and Afghan troops.
An anti-piracy raid across 13 European countries Tuesday evening resulted in 10 arrests and the seizure of more than four dozen servers used to illegally distribute movies and TV programs online.
Julian Assange, WikiLeaks founder, said he believes the Pentagon could be behind the rape allegation against him that has already been dropped by Swedish authorities.
The Swedish Pirate Party has signed an agreement to host several WikiLeaks servers in a move to protect the Web site from pressure over its release of roughly 76,000 classified documents related to the US war in Afghanistan.
WikiLeaks, a site that publishes submissions and leaks from anonymous parties, has gotten more pressure from the Pentagon not to release new ocuments on the war in Afghanistan, saying they posed even greater risks than previously released files.
A Swedish Internet company said Friday that it has been helping WikiLeaks since 2008 by hosting its servers at a secret basement location in a Stockholm suburb.
INDIANAPOLIS, July 26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In the wake of the publication of more than 90,000 secret military documents by a Web site, the leader of The American Legion called upon Justice Department officials to vigorously prosecute any American who knowingly leaks classified information. "As the old saying goes 'loose lips sink ships,' but today's sad reality is that the Worldwide Web can lead to worldwide mayhem if certain Web sites do not practice better discretion," said The...