Led by the United States, governments around the world are escalating a campaign aimed at bringing down the WikiLeaks web site: here.
This video is called Pentagon’s Skeletons: WikiLeaks puts war crimes in spotlight.
Australia: The Greens, whose parliamentary votes help keep the minority Labor government of Prime Minister Julia Gillard in power, have maintained a deafening silence on the global witch-hunt that has been mounted against WikiLeaks’ editor and Australian citizen Julian Assange: here.
Cut the spin. Julian Assange is NOT a traitor: here.
WikiLeaks reveals how far the US has fallen in its principles: here.
DDOS attacks against Wikileaks “relatively easy to mount”, could be generated by just 100 computers: here.
How WikiLeaks altered how we see the world in just a week: here.
Wikileaks cables expose secrets and lies: here.
USA: The Office of Career Services at Columbia University’s School of International and Political Affairs emailed students this week to say that a SIPA alum working at the State Department wanted them to know that posting or discussing Wikileaks documents on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter could jeopardize their chances of getting work with the federal government in the future: here.
WikiLeaks Cables Reveal Obama and GOPers Worked Together to Kill Bush Torture Probe: here.
Wikileaks and the New McCarthyism: Maybe we Just Need a More Open Government: here.
WikiLeaks cables: Saudi Arabia rated a bigger threat to Iraqi stability than Iran: here.
Senior Arab officials have links with CIA, Assange claims: here.
Wikileaks supporters continued their cat and mouse game today to keep the website live in the face of repeated cyber attacks: here.