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Cablegate wiki. Pentagon Alerts House, Senate Panels to New Classified WikiLeaks Release. The Pentagon warned the U.S.

Pentagon Alerts House, Senate Panels to New Classified WikiLeaks Release

Senate and House Armed Services Committees that the website “intends to release several hundred thousand” classified U.S. State Department cables as soon as Nov. 26. The documents “touch on an enormous range of very sensitive foreign policy issues,” Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs Elizabeth King wrote yesterday in an e-mail to the defense panels. “We anticipate that the release could negatively impact U.S. foreign relations,” she wrote, telling committee staff members that “we will brief you once we have a better understanding of what documents the WikiLeaks publication contains.” King said The New York Times, the U.K.’s Guardian and Der Spiegel of Germany “are each currently working with WikiLeaks to coordinate the release of these State Department documents.”

‘Raw Observations’ Pentagon spokesman Bryan Whitman confirmed that the e-mails had been sent to the two committees. Cable game. Cablegate, the Game. News blog + WikiLeaks US embassy cables live. The website of MasterCard is being targeted by WikiLeaks supporters after cutting payments to whistleblowing site.

News blog + WikiLeaks US embassy cables live

Photograph: Jonathan Bainbridge/Reuters The day after Wikileaks' Julian Assange was refused bail the 'hacktivist' group Operation Payback began to flex their muscles, attacking websites including MasterCard and Visa. Guardian WikiLeaks (GdnCables) WikiLeaks US embassy cables: live updates. 7.52am: MasterCard, Visa, the Swedish prosecution authority, Joe Lieberman, Sarah Palin, PayPal, Twitter, PostFinance, Amazon and

WikiLeaks US embassy cables: live updates

It is an very eclectic mix, but their websites are all under attack, or threat of attack, by supporters of WikiLeaks. A full account of Operation Payback and its "major shitstorm" is available here. The Daily Mail is alarmed. WikiLeaks Cablegate LIVE Updates. Share + According to a recently released cable, a facility in Yemen holding nuclear material was left unsecured after its one guard was removed and a security camera broke, according to the AP.

WikiLeaks Cablegate LIVE Updates

The cable quoted one official as saying, "Very little now stands between the bad guys and Yemen's nuclear material. " Assange was asked about the decision to release cables that identified sites vulnerable to terrorist attacks when Katie Couric interviewed him on Friday. Assange told her: WikiLeaks Archive ? Cables Uncloak U.S. Diplomacy - Interactive Feature. WikiLeaks Archive — Cables Uncloak U.S. Diplomacy. Die US-Botschaftsdepeschen - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Nachrichten. Los papeles del departamento de estado. Bradley Manning comienza su nueva rutina La vida del soldado acusado de entregar documentos clasificados a Wikileaks, tras sustraerlos de las redes secretas del Pentágono, en el penal militar de Fort Leavenworth De los 15 a los 24 años encarcelado El canadiense Jader es el único 'niño de Guantánamo' que continúa en el presidio.- El saudí Al Zahrani se suicidó a los 17 en la base militar Los médicos del penal, cómplices.

Los papeles del departamento de estado

Mapa de los documentos secretos de Wikileaks en EL PA?S. OWNI [Live] StateLogs: Wikileaks to reveal 250,000 diplomatic files » Article » OWNI, Digital Journalism. Wikileaks might be on the verge of releasing new information on a scale larger than before.

OWNI [Live] StateLogs: Wikileaks to reveal 250,000 diplomatic files » Article » OWNI, Digital Journalism

We will provide the tools and context to explore the new logs. When we published the Iraqi Warlogs, Wikileaks contacted us directly and we worked with them on the browsing interface that helped users analyze the 400,000 Sigacts from the US Army. This time, as Wikileaks might be on the verge of releasing new information on a scale larger than before, we decided not to be bound by a Non-disclosure Agreement, as last time, and to keep our hands untied. Together with Le Soir in Brussels and in Paris, we will provide the tools and context to explore the logs. OWNI decided to name this project #StateLogs. Below is our narration of the events as they unfold, augmented by the work of OWNI’s developers and partners. We recommend to navigate through the full-screen version of our app. Compleet interview met Julian Assange. South Africa's premier news source, provides breaking news on national, world, Africa, sport, entertainment, technology & more.

Nyheter - Wikileaks - RTL Nieuws en NRC publiceren om 16:00 Nederlandse Wikileaks documenten. NRC vr 14 januari 2011. Wikileaksdocumenten bij RTL en NRC. WikiLeaks Diplomatic Cables Hit the Internet. Hillary Clinton attacks release of US embassy cables. The US secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, today gave the administration's first public reaction to the leaking of thousands of confidential diplomatic documents, describing it as an attack not only on the US but the international community.

Hillary Clinton attacks release of US embassy cables

In a lengthy statement expressing US regret over the leaks that have thrown the diplomatic world into disarray and created widespread embarrassment for Washington, Clinton said they put at risk the lives of many people in oppressive societies who had spoken to American diplomats. Barack Obama also criticised the leak. His White House press secretary, Robert Gibbs, said it was a criminal act and the president "is, and it is an understatement, not pleased with this information becoming public". Clinton Calls Leaks a Global 'Attack' BOUSSOLE - WikiLeaks : où chercher les mémos ? - Big Browser - Blog

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Wikileaks release of embassy cables reveals US concerns. 28 November 2010Last updated at 20:55 Hillary Clinton: 'It is an attack on the international community' Whistle-blowing website Wikileaks has begun releasing extracts from secret cables sent by US embassies, giving an insight into current global concerns.

Wikileaks release of embassy cables reveals US concerns

WikiLeaks begins releasing trove of U.S. diplomatic messages. Fallout over latest WikiLeaks release WikiLeaks begins an "unprecedented" release of U.S. cablesDocuments detail U.S. "backroom deals" and spying, WikiLeaks saysCongressional leaders join White House condemnation of WikiLeaks WikiLeaks says it is under cyberattack, but documents are already distributed (CNN) -- The online whistle-blower site WikiLeaks began publishing more than 250,000 diplomatic cables from U.S. embassies around the world Sunday, spawning sharp condemnation from the White House and congressional leaders.

WikiLeaks, which said its servers were under electronic attacks Sunday afternoon, said the documents represent the largest-ever disclosure of confidential information and give the world "an unprecedented insight into the U.S. government's foreign activities. " "This document release reveals the contradictions between the U.S.' WikiLeaks 'surprised' by scale of US espionage. Clinton responds to Wikileaks documents NEW: Ex-U.N. official blasts "incredible incompetence" in leak Clinton says leak "puts people's lives in danger"NATO commander: Cybersecurity needs improvementObama is "not pleased," spokesman says (CNN) -- The United States' top diplomat condemned Monday the secret-busting website WikiLeaks' release of hundreds of thousands of documents that detail with unusual frankness the nation's diplomatic interactions with other countries.

WikiLeaks 'surprised' by scale of US espionage

The illegal disclosure of secret information "puts people's lives in danger, threatens our national security and undermines our efforts to work with other countries to solve shared problems," Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said. "This disclosure is not just an attack on America's foreign policy; it is an attack on the international community, the alliances and partnerships, the conventions and negotiations that safeguard global security and advance economic prosperity.

" Wikileaks: Was die geheimen Dokumente verraten. Der Inhalt der geheimen Depeschen könnte die USA in diplomatische Schwierigkeiten bringen.

Wikileaks: Was die geheimen Dokumente verraten

Wikileaks: Druck auf Julian Assange wächst. Julian Assange hat weltweit Regierungen und Diplomaten gegen sich aufgebracht. Hinter den Kulissen der Diplomatie. Die von Ihnen eingegebene Internetadresse verweist auf keinen aktuellen Inhalt von ZEIT ONLINE. In Wake of WikiLeaks Cable Release, JFK, Ellsberg's Remarks on 'Secrecy', 'Covert Ops' Worth Noting. Some 250,000 classified cables and embassy dispatches from the State Department are being released today via WikiLeaks latest, and reportedly largest, document dump ever.

Within the last hour, news reports based on those documents have begun to be published by various world media outlets that are said to have been given advanced access. [Update: Browse all of the documents now via WikiLeaks' "CableGate" database.] Among the very first revelations to emerge, as quickly highlighted on Twitter via search hashtags #WikiLeaks and #CableGate this morning, are details on the U.S. having pleaded with Germany in 2007 to not prosecute CIA operatives who kidnapped and tortured a terror suspect, Yemeni officials covering up U.S. drone strikes in their country, Saudi officials encouraging U.S. to take attack Iran, the U.S. spying on UN diplomats, as well as various, potentially embarrassing State Department assessments of allied world leaders. There will be much more to come. What if there are no secrets? « BuzzMachine.

Is no secret safe? That’s the moral to the Wikileaks war log story: you never know what might be leaked. Of course, that itself is nothing new: Whenever we reveal information to even one person, we risk it being spread. The ethic of confidentiality (and privacy) rests with the recipient of that information. Joe Lieberman emulates Chinese dictators - Glenn Greenwald. Talking Points Memo — in an article headlined: “How Lieberman Got Amazon To Drop Wikileaks” — detailed that Lieberman’s “staffers . . . called Amazon to ask about it, and left questions with a press secretary including, ‘Are there plans to take the site down?’” Shortly thereafter, “Amazon called them back . . . to say they had kicked Wikileaks off.”

Lieberman’s spokeswoman said: “Sen. Lieberman hopes that the Amazon case will send the message to other companies that might host Wikileaks that it would be irresponsible to host the site.” Open Letter to To Customer Service and Jeff Bezos, I’m disgusted by Amazon’s cowardice and servility in abruptly terminating its hosting of the Wikileaks website, in the face of threats from Senator Joe Lieberman and other Congressional right-wingers. I want no further association with any company that encourages legislative and executive officials to aspire to China’s control of information and deterrence of whistle-blowing. For the last several years, I’ve been spending over $100 a month on new and used books from Amazon. That’s over. I have contacted Customer Service to ask Amazon to terminate immediately my membership in Amazon Prime and my Amazon credit card and account, to delete my contact and credit information from their files and to send me no more notices.

I understand that many other regular customers feel as I do and are responding the same way. So far Amazon has spared itself the further embarrassment of trying to explain its action openly. Video: Glenn Greenwald debate with Steven Aftergood. State Department To Columbia University Students: DO NOT Discuss WikiLeaks On Facebook, Twitter. UPDATE: On Monday, John H. Coatsworth, the SIPA Dean, reversed the university's earlier position, affirming that students "have a right to discuss and debate any information in the public arena...without fear of adverse consequences. " Wired obtained the email: Freedom of information and expression is a core value of our institution. US diplomats spied on UN leadership. Washington is running a secret intelligence campaign targeted at the leadership of the United Nations, including the secretary general, Ban Ki-moon and the permanent security council representatives from China, Russia, France and the UK.

A classified directive which appears to blur the line between diplomacy and spying was issued to US diplomats under Hillary Clinton's name in July 2009, demanding forensic technical details about the communications systems used by top UN officials, including passwords and personal encryption keys used in private and commercial networks for official communications. Rap News 6 - Wikileaks' Cablegate: the truth is out there. Cable game. Interview with German Interior Minister: 'WikiLeaks Is Annoying, But Not a Threat' - SPIEGEL ONLINE - News - International.

SPIEGEL: In 1998, the German Constitutional Court ruled that the German government is not allowed to have a nationwide police force because, according to the constitution, the individual German states are responsible for police matters. (Editor's note: The current federal police force is actually the former federal border police force, which was given new assignments after the introduction of the borderless Schengen Area.) WTF? OMG, LOL! CIA gives WikiLeaks taskforce naughty name. The CIA has launched a taskforce to assess the impact of 250,000 leaked US diplomatic cables. Wikileaks - Cablegate / Statelogs.