More developments surrounding Julian Assange and the classified documents he WikiLeak-ed erupted over the weekend. But don’t worry. Here, NewsFeed recaps everything you need to know before you head to the office.
It’s that time again–Monday morning, back at the office. And while you’re likely still shrugging off the hazy feel-good vibes have a couple of days off can give you, you’ll need to catch up on the goings-on of the past few days.
The WikiLeaks founder says he’s been all but “abandoned” by his home country.
Do you want to know more about the WikiLeaks dump, but don’t want to sift through long reports with large words? Are song and dance numbers really more your thing? Then McSweeney’s has got just the solution for you!
WikiLeaks was left scrambling to keep its website alive after an American domain provider pulled the plug late Thursday forcing the whistleblowing website to create a new Swiss web address just six hours after Wikileaks.org was shutdown.
Blame Canada? More like blame the USA. The latest batch of leaked cables show that American diplomats find Canadians a tad too suspicious of America. Their evidence: Cheesy Canadian TV.
“The fact is, governments deal with the United States because it’s in their interest, not because they like us, not because they trust us, and not because they believe we can keep secrets.”
– ROBERT GATES, U.S. Defense …
In never-before-seen footage of a recent TIME interview with Julian Assange, the Wikileaks founder and Person of the Year candidate discusses why information is so essential to good governance and how he sees his role at the …
Here’s another suspicion WikiLeaks has helped confirm: French President Nicolas Sarkozy was the source of his “Sarko l’Américain” nickname, and was so proud of it that he took pains to spread it around among U.S. …
WikiLeaks has invaded the public consciousness this year. And according to a new report, the secret-exposing network won’t be going away in 2011.