Pulse On Julian Assange & WikiLeaks (Updated)

Pulse On Julian Assange & WikiLeaks (Updated)

Dec 23


Pulse Coverage Of Julian Assange-WikiLeaks

“How is it that a team of five people has managed to release to the public more suppressed information… than the rest of the world press combined? It’s disgraceful.”

— Julian Assange, quoted in The Atlantic

“Assange may or may not be grandiose, paranoid and delusional — terms that might be fairly applied at one time or another  to most prominent investigative reporters of my acquaintance. But the fact that so many prominent old school journalists are attacking him with such unbridled force is a symptom of the failure of traditional reporting methods to penetrate a culture of official secrecy that has grown by leaps and bounds since 9/11, and threatens the functioning of a free press as a cornerstone of democracy.”

— David Samuels, The Atlantic



News Stories:

The Wildly Promiscuous Lifestyle Of WikiLeaks Boss Julian Assange (Daily Mail)
Swedish Police Report Details Case Against Assange (NYT)
Freed and Defiant, Assange Says Sex Charges ‘Tabloid Crap’ (ABC News)
WikiLeaks Taps Power Of The Press (NYT)
OpenLeaks, Brought To You By The Wikileaks’ Defectors (Daily Maverick)
Ex-WikiLeakers To Launch New Openleaks Site (CNet)
Pro-WikiLeaks Cyber Army Gains Strength As Thousands Join DDoS Attacks (ComputerWorld)
Putin Slams West for Wikileaks’ Assange Arrest (ABC News)
What Is WikiLeaks? (BBC)
Who Is Julian Assange? (BBC)
The Shameful Attacks On Julian Assange (The Atlantic)
Julian Assange Should Be Awarded Nobel Peace Prize, Suggests Russia (The Guardian)
Assange’s ‘Poison Pill’ File Impossible To Stop, Expert Says (CNN)
Hackers Rise For WikiLeaks (Wall Street Journal)
Avenging WikiLeaks, ‘Anonymous’ Hackers Takes Down MasterCard Site (Raw Story)
The Wikileaks Sex Files: How Two One-Night Stands Sparked A Worldwide Hunt For Julian Assange (Daily Mail)


Reference Websites:

Guardian Coverage of WikiLeaks
New York Times Coverage of WikiLeaks
CNN Coverage of WikiLeaks
BBC Coverage of WikiLeaks
Wikipedia on Julian Assange
Wikipedia on WikiLeaks


WikiLeaks “Poison Pill” Download Sites:

The Pirate Bay




Operation Payback (is a bitch), this is the Internet, we run this. An open message from Anonymous to the governments of the world and their legal leeches regarding the motivation of the cyber protests.

Corrupt governments of the world, we are anonymous. For some time now, voices have been crying out in unison against the new ACTA laws. The gross inadequacies of the new laws being passed internationally have been pointed out repeatedly. Our chief complaint is that such measures would restrict people’s access to the internet.

In these modern times access to the internet is fast becoming a basic human right. Just like any other basic human right, we believe that it is wrong to infringe upon it. To threaten to cut people off from the global consciousness as you have is criminal and abhorrent. To move to censor content on the internet based on your own prejudice is at best laughably impossible, at worst, morally reprehensible.

The unjust restrictions you impose on us will meet with disaster and only strengthen our resolve to disobey and rebel against your tyranny. Such actions taken against you, and those you out source your malignant litigation too, are inevitable, unavoidable and unstoppable.

We Are Anonymous.

We Are Legion And Divided By Zero.

We Do Not Forgive Internet Censorship.

And We Do Not Forget Free Speech.

We Are Over 9000.

Expect Us!


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