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WikiLeaks Introduces Search Function As It Releases Kissinger-Era Diplomatic Cables

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PlusD allows users to search for official documents from 1966 up until 2010. WikiLeaks has launched a new search function allowing users to hunt for classified diplomatic files on its site. The website, a thorn in the side of most Western governments and diplomatic institutions, is also releasing the...
WikiLeaks Introduces Search Function As It Releases Kissinger-Era Diplomatic Cables

Iran creates fake blogs in smear campaign against journalists in exile

www.guardian.co.uk
BBC Persian staff victims of online identity theft designed to discredit them, with family in Iran facing harassment as wellIran has been conducting a smear campaign designed to intimidate Iranian journalists living in exile, including apparent death threats.Cyber-activists linked to the Islamic republic have fabricated news, duplicated Facebook accounts and...
Iran creates fake blogs in smear campaign against journalists in exile

Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?

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Readers react to a proposal for a longer school year and day.    ...
Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?
Wikileaks creator Julian Assange gets asylum in Ecuador
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WikiLeaks hires noted Spanish judge to defend Julian Assange

arstechnica.com
WikiLeaks and Julian Assange have selected Spanish judge and lawyer, Baltasar Garzón to head their new legal team. In June 2012, Assange lost his appeal in the United Kingdom to avoid being extradited to Sweden. There, he will likely face charges of sexual misconduct (an accusation that he has staunchly denied). The...
WikiLeaks hires noted Spanish judge to defend Julian Assange

Assange Case Reaches Top U.K. Court

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The WikiLeaks founder's legal battle to avoid extradition to Sweden for questioning in a sexual misconduct case reached England's highest court....
Assange Case Reaches Top U.K. Court

Anonymous hits UK government websites over Julian Assange row

www.guardian.co.uk
Hacking group says it brought down sites in protest at Britain's handling of the WikiLeaks founder's asylum caseThe hacking group Anonymous claims to have brought down British government websites in protest at the handling of Julian Assange's bid to avoid extradition to Sweden.The self-styled hacktivist group targeted the websites of...
Anonymous hits UK government websites over Julian Assange row
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