Ecuador Grants Asylum to Assange, Defying Britain
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 16, 2012
The WikiLeaks founder must stay inside Ecuador's British embassy if he wants to avoid arrest.
Tags: Wikileaks, Julian Assange
WikiLeaks Publishes Security Think Tank Emails
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published February 27, 2012
The whistle-blowing website has published 5 million email messages stolen by hackers associated with Anonymous.
Tags: security, Wikileaks, Anonymous, Stratfor
WikiLeaks to Move Servers Offshore, Sources Say
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published February 02, 2012
Some say moving the servers to international waters won't help the group escape prosecution unless the members live there too.
Tags: Wikileaks, Julian Assange
WikiLeaks Suspends Publishing to Fight Financial Blockade
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published October 24, 2011
Donations have fallen off by 95 percent due to banks' refusals to do business with the organization.
Feds Obtain Secret Order to Read WikiLeaks Supporter's Email
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published October 10, 2011
A controversial law allows the U.S. government to access information on cellphones and email accounts secretly without a obtaining a search warrant.
WikiLeaks Publishes Full Catalog of U.S. Cables With Names of Sources
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published September 02, 2011
The decision to publish the names of sources places those individuals in danger.
WikiLeaks Suffers Cyber Attack
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 31, 2011
The whistle-blower site becomes the target of a DDoS attack.
WikiLeaks Cables Detail Apple's Battle with Counterfeits in China
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 30, 2011
The fight against Chinese pirates has been slow.
Ex-Wikileaks Man Deleted Files
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 22, 2011
Daniel Domscheit-Berg says he deleted numerous documents from the whistle-blowing site's servers, including a copy of the U.S. no-fly list.
NY Rep. Asks Treasury to Blacklist Wikileaks' Assange
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published January 13, 2011
New York Republican Pete King asks Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner to add Wikileaks founder to list of individuals barred from doing business with U.S. firms.
Tags: security, privacy, DOJ, Wikileaks, Julian Assange
DoJ Leans on Twitter for WikiLeaks Information
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published January 10, 2011
Probing the mass release of secret government documents, the Justice Department goes to court to wrest information from Twitter about principals in the case, including Julian Assange and the Army private accused of facilitating the leak.
Tags: security, Twitter, DOJ, Wikileaks, Julian Assange
GOP House Chair Seeks Action Against Wikileaks
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published January 03, 2011
In an appearance on Fox News, Rep. Darrell Issa, incoming chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, described plans to challenge Obama administration policies, including the handling of Wikileaks.
Tags: FCC, Congress, Obama administration, Wikileaks, Julian Assange
9 Free and Open Source Software Stories to Watch in 2011
By Bruce Byfield | Article Published December 28, 2010
From Gnome 3.0 to Chrome OS to Wikileaks, the year ahead should prove interesting for Linux and open source.
Tags: open source, Linux, Ubuntu, Gnome, Wikileaks
House Panel to Weigh Spy Act Update Amid Wikileaks Scandal
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published December 13, 2010
Members of the House Judiciary Committee to consider an update of the 1917 Espionage Act to position U.S. authorities to bring Julian Assange to justice.
Tags: security, privacy, Congress, spyware, Wikileaks
With New Swiss Host, WikiLeaks Continues to Publish
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published December 03, 2010
Dropped by Amazon and under pervasive DDoD attacks, whistleblower site reemerges on a Swiss domain to continue publishing leaked cables as the manhunt for its founder continues.
Tags: Amazon, security, Obama, DNS, Wikileaks
Should Amazon Censor? Should Apple? Facebook? Microsoft?
By Mike Elgan | Article Published December 02, 2010
Amazons refusal to host Wikileaks raises larger questions of who controls online content.
Tags: Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, Apple, Wikileaks
Wikileaks Diplomatic Cable Cache Links China to Google Hack
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published November 30, 2010
WikiLeaks document stash indicates longstanding cyber espionage campaign orchestrated by Chinese government, prompts harsh White House condemnation of leak.
Tags: Google, China, cybersecurity, Obama administration, Wikileaks