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08-20 Statement by Julian Assange on the reported destruction of WikiLeaks source material by Daniel Domscheit-BergSat Aug 20 23:25:00 2011 GMT
Using the motto “ Let’s stop lies and hypocrisy ”, Leakymails.com was a project designed to obtain and publish relevant documents exposing corruption of the political class and the powerful in Argentina. The site was open to publish emails either from official or personal accounts, pictures, videos or any other document exposing misbehaviors or unethical actions of public figures in the Southern country, where corruption is rampant .
Paul Marks, senior technology correspondent The Rupert Murdoch-owned Wall Street Journal has become the latest news outfit to launch a website where people can leak documents, Wikileaks style.
WikiLeaks collected and delivered to us private (or, as they would argue, public) information about the operations of governments worldwide.
IrishLeaks.ie, an Irish leaking platform modelled on WikiLeaks will launch on May 1st, with plans to enable whistleblowers to safely expose abuses of power.
A Paris-based Bulgarian, Atanas Chobanov, has set up a website called Balkan Leaks, modelled on controversial site WikiLeaks. The new site’s slogan is "The Balkans are not keeping secrets anymore". "Following the example of the whistleblowers site Wikileaks we opened this site to promote transparency and fight the nexus of organized crime and political corruption in the Balkan states," according to the site. "We are deeply convinced that we're not alone in this battle.
IndoLeaks Site Claims to Have Dirt on Nixon, Suharto, Munir | December 11, 2010 A blog that appears to emulate the controversial WikiLeaks site — Indoleaks.org — appeared on Friday with what are claimed to be copies of confidential documents. Intermittently accessible, the Web site reportedly generated 50,000 downloads of the documents it published, from investigations into the murder of activist Munir Said Thalib to the disastrous Sidoarjo mudflow and a transcribed conversation between former presidents Suharto and Richard Nixon. However, the government claimed not to be concerned by the Web site.