Wikileaks Newslinks 7 June 2013

7 June 2013 —


3 days in, WikiLeaks trial comes into focus


FORT MEADE, Md. (AP) — Three days into Pfc. Bradley Manning’s court-martial for giving thousands of classified documents to WikiLeaks, prosecutors have shown the soldier was trained to guard classified information and knew it could easily fall into …


‘We Steal Secrets’ : Real – life WikiLeaks thriller

A real-life cyber-thriller with real-life consequences, Alex Gibney’s We

Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks is a riveting and revelatory

documentary that plays out on the ground in Melbourne, London, Baghdad,

Stockholm, Reykjavík, and Washington …


Manning’s WikiLeaks court-martial adjourns until Monday

Big News

FORT MEADE, Md. — The court-martial of the U.S. Army private accused of

providing classified documents to the whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks has

been adjourned until Monday. During Wednesday’s session at Fort Meade, Md.,

witnesses in the trial of …


Review: ‘We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks’

Minneapolis Star Tribune

So when one plummets as spectacularly as did WikiLeaks founder Julian

Assange, we want to know why. In the long but concise “We Steal Secrets:

The Story of WikiLeaks,” Oscar-winning documentarian Alex Gibney avoids

pat judgments while expertly …


Assange not our concern – Australia


The Australian government has severed all ties with Julian Assange, stating

that the Wikileaks co-founder is not their concern, while the US military

prosecutors denounced him as a conspirator across the duration of Manning’s

court martial. Assange’s …


The NSA surveillance story reinforces why an entity like WikiLeaks is so important


WikiLeaks, the secretive repository for government malfeasance, hasn’t been

in the news much lately except for occasional updates about founder Julian

Assange, who remains in exile inside the Ecuadorian embassy in Britain. And

neither WikiLeaks nor its …


‘We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks’ review: Calmly provocative …

Pioneer Press

The key question in “We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks”: Is Julian

Assange a hero or a terrorist? The answer is complicated. One of the

smartest things director Alex Gibney does is to structure the documentary

so it mirrors the way the world …


Obama’s legacy: Domestic spying scandal that could prove greater than …


It could even be bigger than the WikiLeaks affair, which continues even to

this day. But it was brewing for a long time. September 11 changed the way

we deal with terrorism and national security. But copyright and

intellectual property theft from China …


Assange no concern of ours, says Carr

Sydney Morning Herald

News of the funding block against the WikiLeaks Party comes as the

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade acknowledged to the Senate

estimates hearing that WikiLeaks, and by implication Assange, continued to

be under investigation by the US Justice …


Rs 500 crore AGP defamation notice to Rahul

Times of India

GUWAHATI: The AsomGanaParishad (AGP) sent a Rs500-crore legal notice to

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday demanding an apology for

his 2006 remarks reported by WikiLeaks that AGP came to power for a second

term in Assam …


Second Try At A Shield Law Echoes The First

North Country Gazette

Just as this latest attempt at the shield law gathers steam, along comes

Manning and Wikileaks again. Just a few miles from the Capitol, in a

military courtroom at Ft. Meade, Md., Manning faces court-martial

proceedings about the Wikileaks disclosure.


Aust hasn’t washed hands of Assange: Carr


Foreign Minister Bob Carr denies Australia has washed its hands of

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who remains inside the Ecuadorian embassy

in London. Senator Carr was asked this week by a Senate committee if the

federal government would make …


Australia not to pursue Julian Assange case with US

Zee News

Carr’s announcement that he would not “over-service” Assange’s consular

needs follows after US military prosecutors disclosed that they regard the

WikiLeaks chief not as a journalist dealing with sources but as a

conspirator in the theft of classified …


AGP serves Rs 500 crore notice to Rahul Gandhi

Times of India

GUWAHATI: The Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) has sent a Rs 500-crore legal notice

to Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, demanding an apology for his 2006

remarks reported by WikiLeaks that the AGP came to power in Assam with the

support of …


Julian Assange Is Not Australia’s Problem : Bob Carr

Business Insider Australia

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is not Australia’s problem, said the

country’s foreign minister Bob Carr. Carr, according to Fairfax Media, told

a Senate budget estimates committee Assange’s case “doesn’t affect

Australian interests”. “I’m not going …


Ciberpirata atestigua en caso WikiLeaks – Yahoo! News

From Yahoo! News: FORT MEADE, Maryland, EE. UU. (AP) — Un ex ciberpirata

que denunció a las autoridades que el soldado Bradley Manning filtraba …


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