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The US Army analyst accused of leaking a vast number of government secrets to the Wikileaks website will make his first court appearance on December 16.
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.
The US government obtained a secret court order forcing Google Inc. and Internet provider Sonic.net Inc. to release data from email accounts of a WikiLeaks volunteer.
The U.S. Defense Department announced on Friday that President Barack Obama had issued an executive order that will beef up the government's computer security procedures to prevent future breaches.
Four more people, allegedly involved with the hacker groups Anonymous and LulzSec, have been arrested by the UK police.
Wikileaks is conducting an online poll of its Twitter followers to decided whether the site should publish in full its unredacted cache of U.S. diplomatic cables.
The Wikileaks website crashed on Tuesday after the site published thousands more secret U.S. diplomatic cables.
According to documents released by WikiLeaks, Apple was slow to act against the counterfeit industry in China and other Asian countries.
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Former Wikileaks spokesman Daniel Domscheit-Berg has permanently deleted some 3500 unpublished documents previously leaked to the whistleblower site, including the complete U.S. no-fly list, five gigabytes of data from Bank of America and information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.
- To play, gamble.
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- A deceitful game or trick; trickery; humbug; nonsense.