This video says about itself:
One of the biggest leaks in U.S. military history has exposed several cover-ups over the war in Afghanistan, including the deaths of hundreds of civilians. The whistle-blowing website, Wikileaks, handed over 90-thousand classified documents to British, American and German newspapers.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
The Dutch economics student Sebastian Moeys has developed a WikiLeaks game and has put on his own website. The game has been played nearly one million times by now.
In the game, the player, playing Julian Assange, tries, without being seen, to download secret documents from the computer of President Obama. Obama sits behind his desk, but occasionally falls asleep.
The game is here.
Wikileaks: The Movie. Excellent must watch documentary by Swedish equivalent of BBC. It’s in English: here.
Wikileaks, Rendition, and the CIA’s Italian Job: here.
Pro Wikileaks demonstration in Amsterdam: here.
The Misplaced US Determination To Indict Assange: here.
Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, is confronting a growing backlash within her own party, with more Labor MPs yesterday attacking the Prime Minister’s language and declaring their support for WikiLeaks’s founder Julian Assange and free speech: here.
TIME readers want WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange to win person of the year: here.