August 26, 2019

Assange loses extradition appeal

WikiLeaks founder, Julain Assange has lost his High Court battle to avoid extradition to Sweden but looks set to make a final appeal to Britain's Supreme Court to avoid facing allegations of sexual assault against two women. Assange, 40, looks increasingly likely to be spending some time in … [Read more...]

Wikileaks halts publication of classified files

Whistle-blowing website Wikileaks has suspended its publication of classified files while it struggles to raise funds to ensure its survival. The announcement came after what the group called a blockade by US-based finance companies which has effectively cut off the donor money supply to … [Read more...]

Hackers post Tupac ‘alive’ story on PBS website

Hackers have posted a fake story on the US Public Broadcasting Service website saying that dead American rapper Tupac Shakur is alive and well and living in New Zealand. The hacking group, LulzSec has claimed responsibility for the story which was removed from the PBS website on Monday … [Read more...]

Wikileaks Julian Assange to be Extradited to Sweden

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange should be extradited to Sweden to face sexual assault and rape allegations, a judge has ruled. District Judge Howard Riddle sitting at Belmarsh Magistrates' Court in London, said the extradition would not breach Mr Assange's human rights. Mr Assange denies the … [Read more...]

Apple axes Assange and WikiLeaks

Apple Inc has joined the bandwagon of US companies that are sucking up to the US government and severing ties with WikiLeaks. Apple has removed an application from its online store that gave users access to the WikiLeaks website's content. Google has not buckled yet though and still … [Read more...]

Wikileaks Julian Assange freed on bail

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been freed on bail in London as he fights extradition to Sweden on sex charges. Mr Justice Ouseley ordered Mr Assange be released on payment of £240,000 in cash and sureties and on condition he resides at Vaughan Smiths house in East Anglia. It doesn't matter … [Read more...]

Obama labels WikiLeaks “deplorable”

US President Barack Obama has called WikiLeaks action in publishing US State Department documents "deplorable" during a phone call to Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan. The contents of the call were leaked to the media by the White House. As WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange remains in custody … [Read more...]

WikiLeaks still online despite US counter attack

The United States of America has unleashed a withering counter attack on the WikiLeaks website and it's fugitive founder Julian Assange. Nobody in the US Government is admitting to being responsible for the cyber attacks and bullying of private companies that has seen WikiLeaks struggle to stay … [Read more...]