Ex-Wikileaks Man Deleted Files

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.

BBC News: Former Wikileaks spokesman Daniel Domscheit-Berg says that he deleted numerous documents from Wikileaks' servers when he left the organization in 2010. Those documents reportedly included a copy of the U.S. no-fly list, 5 GB of Bank of America data, the internal communications from 20 neo-Nazi groups and US intercept information for "over a hundred internet companies."

Domscheit-Berg left Wikileaks because of disagreements with Julian Assange over the latter's handling of the organization.

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