Oliver Stone’s Untold History of WikiLeaks

I don’t think most people in the US realize how important Wikileaks is and why Julian’s case needs support. @wikileaks

— Oliver Stone, via Twitter , criticizing upcoming films based on Julian Assange and WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks Alleges Relationship With Web Activist Aaron Swartz

The whistle-blowing organization surfaces new claims of ties to the late Web activist.

WikiLeaks Under Threat

If Bradley Manning really did as he is accused, he is a hero, an example to us all and one of the world’s foremost political prisoners.

Julian Assange, speaking at the Ecuadorian embassy in London


Ecuador Grants Assange Asylum

Ecuador granted political asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange Thursday, setting the stage for a tense standoff between the Andean nation and the United Kingdom, which has vowed to extradite Mr. Assange to Sweden to face questioning in a sexual assault investigation.

Tweet Free or Die: In Defense of Occupy Protester, Twitter Fights the Man

Twitter’s refusal to acquiesce to government requests for information says something about the company’s stance on privacy.

Live, on Tape, Via the Internet: WikiLeaks, the TV Show

Move over, Charlie Rose.

Julian Assange on Anonymous

This was a very apolitical group that had absolutely no understanding about the military-industrial complex whatsoever, and no understanding about international finance. As a result of joining our battle and trying to protect themselves, they have come to see that the threats related to Internet freedom come from the military-industrial complex, the banking system and the media.

Julian Assange, in Rolling Stone, referring to Anonymous

Judge Says Feds Can Access WikiLeaks-Related Twitter Accounts

Federal prosecutors can go after data on the Twitter accounts belonging to certain people tied to the WikiLeaks affair, a U.S. judge has ruled. Expect an appeal to a higher court.

Police in the U.K. Arrest Five in "Anonymous" Web Attacks

Anonymity appears to have its limits as a quintet of people ranging in age from 15 to 26 are rolled up in a series of early-morning raids. They’re accused or participating in denial-of-service attacks on Web sites around the world.

Twitter Responds to WikiLeaks Document Demand by Feds–But Who's Next?

Earlier tonight, it was revealed in numerous news reports that Twitter had been ordered by a U.S. federal judge to turn over documents related to several people involved with WikiLeaks. Here’s what Twitter had to say to BoomTown in response, as well as what CEO Dick Costolo said onstage yesterday at the D@CES event about the importance of the free flow of information.

What If WikiLeaks Had a Sense of Humor?