WikiLeaks Is Back! With Millions of Global Intelligence E-mails Share NOTE: see 8:30 pm Sunday entry below for main story. Greg Mitchell is the author of The Age of WikiLeaks and Bradley Manning. --GO HERE FOR TUESDAY's WIKILEAKS NEWS & VIEWS AND UPDATE ON THE "GLOBAL INTEL" FILES 5:25 Good Mother Jones backgrounder on Stratfor and what the emails reveal about it (and its ambitions) so far.
WikiLeaks has a new source of information the “hacktivists” Anonymous. This time they teamed up to release information from a company called Stratfor, a subscription based provider of geopolitical analysis. Stratfor recognized in December that their data servers were breached by Anonymous. Also Stratfor said that the e-mail released by WikiLeaks might have been altered and condemned the “deplorable, unfortunate – and illegal – breach of privacy.” WikiLeaks will be posting the GIF (Global Intelligence Files) files, they consists on more than five million emails. The emails date from July 2004 until late December 2011. Anonymous And WikiLeaks Team Up To Release Intelligence Files
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Michael Hastings is in the news this week for his latest book, The Operators, a 379-page follow-up to the journalist's explosive June 2010 Rolling Stone profile of Gen. Stanley McChrystal, whose career-making spot as the top U.S. military commander in Afghanistan came to a screeching halt after the article revealed him trash-talking Vice President Joseph Biden and some of the president's top aides. Now the 31-year-old war reporter has another potentially explosive Rolling Stone story in the pipeline: The magazine is gearing up to publish an extensive interview that Hastings recently conducted with elusive WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, Capital has learned. 'Rolling Stone' to drop big Julian Assange interview next week by Michael Hastings, the guy who blew the lid off Gen. McChrystal
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From WikiLeaks 2009's Most Wanted Leaks—the concealed documents or recordings most sought after by a country's journalists, activists, historians, lawyers, police, or human rights investigators. Help us clarify and background the nominations so we can discover which are significant and which are not. You may securely and anonymously add information to this page for each entry (click "edit" next to each country). WikiLeaks will prioritize the list based on the available information and seek to obtain the leading candidates directly, through the legal system, or indirectly through ours network of journalists, intelligence sources, volunteers and readers. Draft:The Most Wanted Leaks of 2009
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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange talks during a news conference in central London. Photo: AP WIKILEAKS is the target of an ''unprecedented'' US government criminal investigation, Australian diplomatic cables obtained by the Herald reveal. The cables also show the Australian government wants to be forewarned about moves to extradite Julian Assange to the United States, but that Australian diplomats raised no concerns about him being pursued by prosecutors on charges of espionage and conspiracy. The cables, released under freedom of information to the Herald this week, show Australian diplomats have been talking to the US Justice Department for more than a year about US criminal investigations of WikiLeaks and Mr Assange. US targets WikiLeaks like no other organisation
Bradley Manning is facing multiple charges relating to his alleged releasing of state secrets. Photograph: AP The US army intelligence analyst suspected of giving classified material to WikiLeaks says a White House review has concluded that the alleged leaks did no real damage to national security. Bradley Manning's defence attorney made the claim in a court filing he released publicly on Monday. Bradley Manning lawyer: White House review found 'leak' did no real damage | Media
Assange's latest leak: his own story of how he fell out with 'backstabbing' press - Press - Media The comments reveal the depth of distrust between Mr Assange and senior journalists at The Guardian newspaper, with whom he fell out over an agreement to publish thousands of secret US diplomatic cables alongside two other international newspapers last year. The film, to be aired on More4 tomorrow, charts how a pact to publish the contents of more than 75,000 leaked US cables in a deal between The Guardian, The New York Times and Germany's Der Spiegel went interminably sour leading to bitter fallouts with all three newspapers. It comes as Mr Assange is still embroiled in a fight to avoid extradition to Sweden where he faces allegations of sex crimes.
<br/><a href="http://abcnews.go.com/us">ABC US News</a> | <a href="http://abcnews.go.com/business">ABC Business News</a> Copy President Obama signed the Kate Puzey Peace Corps Volunteer Protection Act today, less than a year after an ABC News investigation into the murder of the 24-year-old volunteer in Africa. The act, which passed earlier this month in Congress, is designed to protect Peace Corps whistleblowers and improve the treatment of victims of violence and sexual assault. The law is named for 24-year-old Kate Puzey of Georgia, who was murdered in Benin in 2009 after telling superiors she believed a fellow Peace Corps employee was molesting female students. In an investigation that aired on "20/20," ABC News told the story of Kate's murder and examined what critics say has been a "blame-the-victim" culture within the Peace Corps when volunteers are assaulted or attempt to report problems. Obama Signs Kate Puzey Peace Corps Volunteer Protection Act
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Wikileaks Founder, Julian Assange Hires Pirate Bay Lawyer ~ The Hacker News | Hacking News | Learn Ethical Hacking Training Wikileaks Founder, Julian Assange Hires Pirate Bay Lawyer Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange has fired his lawyer in favour of one with experience in batting for The Pirate Bay, according to a Swedish news report. Julian Assange has ditched his Swedish legal counsel and lined up a new defence team in readiness for a likely return to the country to face allegations of sexual molestation and rape against two women. Assange has filed a petition with the Stockholm District Court, says the newspaper, and communicated his desire to change his representation to attorneys Per Samuelson and Thomas Olsson.
Bradley Manning: WikiLeaks suspect to get hearing at Fort Meade A military hearing for Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, the former intelligence analyst accused of giving classified materials about the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq to WikiLeaks, has been scheduled for next month at Fort Meade. The primary purpose of the Article 32 hearing is "to evaluate the relative strengths and weaknesses of the government's case as well as to provide the defense with an opportunity to obtain pretrial discovery," Manning's attorney wrote Monday on his website. The hearing is scheduled to begin Dec. 16 and is expected to last five days, according to attorney David E. Coombs.
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11-07 Wikileaks' Assange must be protected Authored by William Shaub Julian Assange has become more than an agent of transparency; he’s our resourceful David in a 21st century fight against thousands of steroid-enhanced Goliaths. Australia’s The Age is reporting what many of us familiar with the WikiLeaks saga have foreseen:
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Intro: "Few realise that foreign governments gain the right to our personal data when we sign up to social media. This must end." By Birgitta Jonsdottir, Guardian UK 13 November 11 Few realise that foreign governments gain the right to our personal data when we sign up to social media. The US Justice Department Hacked My Twitter Account
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