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Spielberg to make WikiLeaks movie

Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks company is to make a movie based on the WikiLeaks affair, according to an article on the Sky Movies website. It seems an obvious move to make after.. more
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Julian Assange nominated for Peace Prize

Julian Assange, founder of the whistle blowing website, Wikileaks, has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by a member of the Norwegian government. Snorre Valen, the MP who nominated Assange,.. more
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Openleaks launches to rival Wikileaks

A new website called Openleaks is beening launched to rival Wikileaks, created by the former deputy head of Wikileaks, Daniel Domscheit-Berg. Domscheit-Berg left Wikileaks due to a misunderstanding with Julian Assange... more
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FBI issues 40 search warrants for Anonymous

Any regular user of the Internet is unlikely to have missed the actions of the online activist group Anonymous over the last few months. Anonymous has gone after a number of targets, from solicitors chasing alleged illegal downloaders to the Tunisian government. And of course,.. more
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Tweeting stopped by judge in Assange case

The question of the usage of Twitter by those attending court hearings has again come to the forefront of the news this week, with the Julian Assange affair. The appeal hearing over Assange’s bail took place yesterday at the High Court, and Mr Justice Ouseley.. more
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Anonymous starts fax attacks

Anonymous has opened up another front in its WikiLeaks war, aside from denial of service attacks on those who have cut ties with the whistle blowing site. The loose collective of Internet freedom fighting activists has turned to the humble fax machine to harass companies.. more
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British government websites could be next Anonymous target

It seems that the websites of the British government could be the next target of online activist group Anonymous. This relates to the WikiLeaks affair, with Anonymous thus far bringing down the likes of the PayPal and MasterCard websites for refusing to deal with WikiLeaks... more
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WikiLeaks alternative OpenLeaks to open soon

An alternative site to WikiLeaks is due to open its virtual doors soon, founded by the fellow who used to be second-in-command to Julian Assange. Dominic Domscheit-Berg had a serious falling out with Assange, and left WikiLeaks when he felt the site was heading in.. more
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Amazon downed, but not by Anonymous

It seems that the Amazon website was down for about 30 minutes yesterday evening, in not just the UK but a number of European countries. But online shoppers didn’t have their Christmas gift buying interrupted by Anonymous, the activist group which calls itself “fighters for.. more
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Amazon happy to host WikiLeaks book on Kindle

While Amazon Web Services gave the WikiLeaks site the boot and stopped hosting it last week, it seems that the online retail giant is happy to flog a WikiLeaks e-book containing 5,000 of the leaked cables that have caused so much controversy. The UK Kindle.. more
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