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    ICASA is a disaster: WikiLeaks cable

    ICASA is a disaster: WikiLeaks cable U.S. company representatives all agreed that ICASA is a “disaster”, according to WikiLeaks cable
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    Wikileaks - Department of Communications thwarted independence at ICASA

    Wikileaks - Department of Communications thwarted independence at ICASA Under the late Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri the Department of Communications hampered SA telecoms, and leadership shortfalls have hurt the sector, say leaked diplomatic cables
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    WikiLeaks: More unsurprising revelations about Telkom

    WikiLeaks: More unsuprising revelations about Telkom WikiLeaks cables suggest that industry players said that Telkom’s influence still thwarts competition, and that the company has too many lawyers
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    WikiLeaks: Sensitive info about Telkom and AT&T deal revealed

    WikiLeaks: Sensitive info about Telkom and AT&T deal revealed A recently released WikiLeaks cable revealed sensitive information involving Telkom and AT&T, with the US telecoms giant criticising the slow pace of Telkom decision making
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    WikiLeaks set to release thousands more cables

    WikiLeaks set to release thousands more cables WikiLeaks is in the process of releasing tens of thousands of unpublished U.S. diplomatic cables, some still classified
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    WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange to appeal British extradition ruling

    WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange to appeal British extradition ruling WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appears in a British court on Tuesday to start his appeal against a ruling that he can be extradited to Sweden to face allegations of rape.
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    Visa reinstates financial block on WikiLeaks

    Visa reinstates financial block on WikiLeaks Visa Europe has reinstated its block on credit card donations to whistleblower website WikiLeaks
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    WikeLeaks' Julian Assange says no one harmed by site’s leaks

    WikeLeaks' Julian Assange says no one harmed by site’s leaks Julian Assange told an audience at the Hay literary festival in Wales that “there are no official allegations in the public domain” of anyone being hurt by the secret-spilling site’s disclosures.
  9. LazyLion

    The irony of WikiLeaks’ anti-leak agreement

    http://blogs.ajc.com/news-to-me/2011/05/13/the-irony-of-wikileaks-leaks/
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    WikiLeaks cables: Saudi Arabia cannot pump enough oil to keep a lid on prices

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2011/feb/08/saudi-oil-reserves-overstated-wikileaks
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    WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange extradition appeal set for July

    WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange extradition appeal set for July Britain's High Court has set a July date to hear an appeal by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange against extradition to Sweden to face sex crimes allegations.
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    WikiLeaks' Assange confronts Australian Prime Minister

    WikiLeaks' Assange confronts Australian Prime Minister Australia on Tuesday denied passing on information about Wikileaks staff to foreign powers after its outspoken founder Julian Assange confronted the country's prime minister over the claim.
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    WikiLeaks suspect charged with 'aiding enemy'

    WikiLeaks suspect charged with 'aiding enemy' An Army private suspected of leaking hundreds of thousands of sensitive and classified documents to the WikiLeaks anti-secrecy group was charged with aiding the enemy, a crime that can bring the death penalty or life in prison.
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    WikiLeaks' Assange can be extradited: UK judge

    WikiLeaks' Assange can be extradited: UK judge Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden in a sex crimes inquiry, a British judge ruled Thursday, rejecting claims by the WikiLeaks founder that he would not face a fair trial there. Assange's lawyer said he would appeal.
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    US requests for Twitter account details 'outrageous' says Julian Assange

    US requests for Twitter account details 'outrageous' says Julian Assange Washington's efforts to get Twitter to hand over information on the accounts of people connected to WikiLeaks is "outrageous," WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said Monday.
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    WikiLeaks' Julian Assange to resume court battle over extradition on Monday

    WikiLeaks' Julian Assange to resume court battle over extradition on Monday
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    WikiLeaks founder: prepare for a huge leak as last resort

    WikiLeaks founder: prepare for a huge leak as last resort WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Sunday detailed a plan to release a deluge of secret documents should the whistleblower website be permanently shut down.
  18. LazyLion

    Anonymous: UK arrests are a 'declaration of war'

    http://www.zdnet.co.uk/news/security-threats/2011/01/28/anonymous-uk-arrests-are-a-declaration-of-war-40091602/ haha... what are they gonna do? Take the department of water works website offline for 15 minutes? :D
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    OpenLeaks to launch soon

    OpenLeaks to launch soon The founder of OpenLeaks, a rival project to WikiLeaks, said Friday that the new service would begin in the next few weeks with a full release scheduled towards the end of the year.
  20. LazyLion

    Openleaks goes live as editors turn on Assange

    http://www.smh.com.au/technology/technology-news/wikileaks-rival-goes-live-as-editors-turn-on-assange-20110128-1a7lb.html Let's hope that this one does not turn out to be the ego-pridefest that Wikileaks turned out to be. :rolleyes:
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