Julian Assange Archive

Assange: Google’s Business Model Mimics The NSA!

This alarming claim was made during his in interviews with the BBC and Sky News. The founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, has accused Google of behaving like a “privatised version of the NSA” in the way it gathers, saves, and indexes people’s data. However, it’s

Hooked On Spying: More Damning NSA Revelations

It seems that government officials can’t begin to justify one public relations disaster before falling head first into the next one. In the latest batch of damning revelations from the U.S. National Security Agency’s (NSA) spy program, PRISM,  it certainly seems as though things

Senate Deciding Who Is or Isn’t A “Real Journalist”

Today, the Senate Judiciary Committee cleared a bill that would grant journalists legal protection of their confidential sources (which sounds like a good thing in principle). Journalists and bloggers who report news to the public, under this bill, will be protected from being forced

Manning’s Guilty Verdict, What Does This Mean For Our Future?

Bradley/Chelsea Manning’s verdict is not guilty of aiding the enemy, but he is considered guilty of 20 out of 22 charges, including 6 counts of espionage. The total of his sentence could total 136  years claims Wikileaks .  His sentencing will only start tomorrow

Nelson Mandela’s Legacy, Obama’s Hypocrisy and the Courage of the Whistleblowers

What would be Mandela's take on the issue of those so-called terrorists undergoing massive hunger strike at the military prison at Guantanamo Bay