By outsourcing key intelligence work, the government has made classified material more vulnerable. Apart from the usual cry that Wikileaks is working for the Russians… this article concludes that the problem is … Continue reading Why does WikiLeaks keep publishing U.S. state secrets? Private contractors.
A federal criminal investigation is being opened into WikiLeaks’ publication of documents detailing alleged CIA hacking operations, several US officials told CNN Wednesday. So, the CIA breaks constitutional laws by spying on … Continue reading Federal criminal probe being opened into WikiLeaks’ publication of CIA documents
The email dump isn’t a high-minded act of transparency. It’s a foreign power attempting to swing an election for its favored candidate. A foreign government has hacked a political party’s computers—and possibly … Continue reading You’re either with me or you’re with Putin.
Commonly asked questions and answers about WikiLeaks’ #DNCLeaks as the Democratic National Convention kicks off. Great comprehensive articles shows that Russia link to DNC email hack is most … Continue reading What We Know So Far About WikiLeaks’ #DNCLeaks : snopes.com
Google recently told Jacob Appelbaum, who has worked with WikiLeaks, that it was ordered to provide account data to federal investigators. Source: Google says government forced it to hand over Jacob Appelbaum’s … Continue reading Google says government forced it to hand over Jacob Appelbaum’s data for WikiLeaks grand jury
This looks like an interesting documentary on the Snowden Documents and how Sweden, the country that is “totally not in bed with the United States and is totally not doing the United’s … Continue reading The Snowden Documents and Sweden
Julian Assange is a guy who runs a website called Wikileaks, which exposes government secrets that people send him. Isn’t it treason to expose government secrets? If you work for the government, then … Continue reading Julian Assange, UK, Sweden, Ecuador, War and a Broken Condom?