[July 2010] WikiLeaks and the Afghan "war logs"
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The Pentagon is super mad about Wikileaks leaking 70,000 classified Afghanistan war documents . So mad that they have made the ridiculous demand that Wikileaks "return" the data. A massive organization willfully misunderstanding how the Internet works?
You wouldn’t be reading the coverage of the so-called Afghanistan logs—in The New York Times , Der Spiegel , and The Guardian —if Nick Davies, a senior contributor to the British paper, hadn’t tracked down WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in Brussels one month ago.
The Wikileaks revelations about the conduct of the war in Afghanistan have been rightly hailed as a triumph of " data journalism ."
Would-be whistle-blowers hoping to leak documents to Wikileaks face a potentially frustrating surprise.
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Assange claims Afghanistan documents could contain evidence of thousands of war crimes and reveals WikiLeaks is preparing an 'enormous backlog of disclosures' for release
 The Wikileaks war logs