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  • Wikileaks press conference: Julian Assange Eric King Jacob Appelbaum

    Wikileaks press conference: Julian Assange Eric King Jacob Appelbaum

    Today wikileaks released 287 new files in which the extent of which surveillance technology is used to monitor citizens in both a democracies and dictatorships alike can be seen.

    “Sounds like that’s something out of Hollywood” said Julian Assange, founder of wikileaks at a press conference held today at City University.
    Ever wondered how authorities gather such detailed information? Information that allows them to stop any form of uprising taking place against its current system. Monitoring. It is no secret that technology allows authorities to intercept communication but with today’s release of the 287 wikileaks files, the danger it poses is known

    Jacob Appelbaum, independent computer security researcher said: “These systems are used just as weapons are used… they are used to hunt people down and kill them.” He also spoke about a free software which can be used to allow geographical anonymity.

    By Sandeep| 831 views

  • Julian Assange: Ecuador asylum decision criticised

    Julian Assange: Ecuador asylum decision criticised

    The UK and Sweden have criticised Ecuador for granting political asylum to Julian Assange as the diplomatic row over what to do with him intensifies.


    The Wikileaks founder took refuge at Ecuador's London embassy in June as he faced extradition to Sweden over sexual assault claims, which he denies.

    The UK has said it will not allow him safe passage out of the country.

    Ecuador's Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino said he hoped talks with the UK would "overcome this".

    He told BBC Mundo the UK should respect Ecuador's "sovereign decision" otherwise "we will use the alternatives under international law to demand the safe passage".

    "We don't think it is reasonable that, after a sovereign government has made the decision of granting political asylum, a citizen is forced to live in an embassy for a long period," he added.

    Mr Patino also claimed "other elements" were motivating Sweden's wish to extradite Mr Assange, and also tweeted his "sincere appreciation" to the national assembly in Ecuador which passed a resolution condemning the "threat" to Mr Assange's political asylum.
    Ecuador says Mr Assange's human rights might be violated if he was sent to Sweden to be questioned over allegations that he sexually assaulted two female ex-Wikileaks volunteers while he was in Stockholm to g

    By Anup Sahni| 438 views

  • Julian Assange granted asylum by Ecuador - as it happened

    Julian Assange granted asylum by Ecuador - as it happened

    Get the latest news and reaction as WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's application for political asylum is accepted by Ecuador's foreign minister.


    Vaughn Smith, founder of the Frontline Club and friend of Julian Assange, is on Newsnight. He calls Assange a "challenging friend" and "an engaging personality". Whatever the truth is, he says, he believes that Assange believes his life is at risk if he is extradited to Sweden.


    @suttonnick, editor of the BBC's World at One, has posted this audioboo with Smith and his reaction to Ecuador granting asylum to Assange:
    Wikileaks has published a translated transcript of the press conference held by Ecuador's foreign minister Ricardo Patino giving Ecuador's reasons for granting asylum:
    The government of Ecuador believes that these arguments lend support to the fears of Julian Assange, and it believes that he may become a victim of political persecution, as a result of his dedicated defense of freedom of expression and freedom of press as well as his repudiation of the abuses of power in certain countries, and that these facts suggest that Mr. Assange could at any moment find himself in a situation likely to endanger life, safety or personal integrity.

    On Ecuador's history of receiving those who have applied for territorial or refugee status:
    Our country has stood out in recent years to accommodate a large num

    By Anup Sahni| 339 views

  • Julian Assange faces long stay in Ecuador’s London embassy

    Julian Assange faces long stay in Ecuador’s London embassy

    In the covert existence that Julian Assange adopted as founder of the secrecy-busting organization WikiLeaks, he made a lifestyle of sleeping on borrowed sofas and fostering a legend for himself as a man without a place or a country to call home.

    But now, after Ecuador's decision on Thursday to grant him asylum and Britain's vow to arrest him the moment he steps out of the sanctuary he has found in Ecuador's embassy in London, the Australian-born Assange seems at last to have secured a fixed address. Considering the diplomatic impasse and the vehemence of opinion on both sides, it is one that could be his for months, or even years, if neither Ecuador nor Britain relents.
    The address - 3 Hans Crescent - lies in the heart of London's exclusive Knightsbridge district. Barely 50 yards from Assange's safehouse is the men's clothing section of Harrods department store, one of Europe's most expensive places to shop.

    But for all its attractions - denied him, in any case, by his confinement to the embassy - it is hardly the sanctuary that Assange would have chosen. In his vision, he has been the matchless pioneer of a movement set to transcend boundaries of nationality, custom and law, using WikiLeaks to tear down walls of secrecy and foster a new era of global transparency and justice.

    The word he has used more than any other is free. But the situation in which he finds himself now is akin to a

    By Anup Sahni| 485 views

  • Julian Assange Speaks to Media Outside Embassy Video

    Julian Assange Speaks to Media Outside Embassy Video

    Assange Speaks to Supporters Outside Embassy.

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange urged President Barack Obama to end a so-called "witch hunt" against his secret-spilling website, appearing in public Sunday for the first time since he took refuge two months ago inside Ecuador's Embassy in London to avoid extradition to Sweden on sex crimes allegations.
    The 41-year-old Australian, who has fought for two years against efforts to send him to Sweden for questioning over alleged sexual misconduct against two women, addressed several hundred supporters and reporters as he spoke from the small balcony of Ecuador's mission, watched by dozens of British police.
    Ecuador's President Rafael Correa on Thursday granted Assange asylum and he remains out of reach of British authorities while he is inside the country's embassy. Britain insists that if he steps outside, he will be detained and sent to Sweden, as by law it must meet the obligations of a European arrest warrant.
    Praising Correa, Assange said "a courageous Latin American nation took a stand for justice," in offering him sanctuary, but did not refer to the Swedish allegations against him. Instead, he attempted to shift attention to what he claims are preparations in the U.S. to punish him for the publication by WikiLeaks of a trove of American diplomatic and military secrets - including 250,000 U.S. Embassy cables that highlight sometimes embarrassing backroo

    By Nidhi| 356 views

  • Julian Assange Appears at South by Southwest News Video

    Julian Assange Appears at South by Southwest News Video

    WikiLeaks founder and secret spiller Julian Assange spoke on Saturday at the South By Southwest Interactive Festival. Assange was not in Austin, but appeared on live video. Assange is living as a fugitive at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. (March 8)

    By Nidhi| 245 views

  • Raw: UK Police Stakeout of Julian Assange Lifted

    Raw: UK Police Stakeout of Julian Assange Lifted

    Officers were removed Monday from outside the Ecuadorean Embassy in London where Julian Assange took refuge. Authorities cite costs for abandoning the embassy.

    By harish| 193 views

  • WikiLeaks‬, ‪Julian Assange‬, ‪Hillary Rodham Clinton -  Wikileaks October Surprise

    WikiLeaks‬, ‪Julian Assange‬, ‪Hillary Rodham Clinton - Wikileaks October Surprise

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    By harish| 156 views

  • Hillary Clinton suggested taking out Wikileaks founder Julian Assange with drone: Report

    Hillary Clinton suggested taking out Wikileaks founder Julian Assange with drone: Report

    Hillary Clinton suggested taking out Wikileaks founder Julian Assange with drone

    By Radha| 173 views

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    Wikileaks press conference: Julian Assange Eric King Jacob Appelbaum

    Today wikileaks released 287 new files in which the extent of which surveillance technology is used to monitor citizens in both a democracies and dictatorships alike can be seen.

    “Sounds like that’s something out of Hollywood” said Julian Assange, founder of wikileaks at a press conference held today at City University.
    Ever wondered how authorities gather such detailed information? Information that allows them to stop any form of uprising taking place against its current system. Monitoring. It is no secret that technology allows authorities to intercept communication but with today’s release of the 287 wikileaks files, the danger it poses is known

    Jacob Appelbaum, independent computer security researcher said: “These systems are used just as weapons are used… they are used to hunt people down and kill them.” He also spoke about a free software which can be used to allow geographical anonymity.

    By Sandeep| 831 views

  • Julian Assange: Ecuador asylum decision criticised

    Julian Assange: Ecuador asylum decision criticised

    The UK and Sweden have criticised Ecuador for granting political asylum to Julian Assange as the diplomatic row over what to do with him intensifies.


    The Wikileaks founder took refuge at Ecuador's London embassy in June as he faced extradition to Sweden over sexual assault claims, which he denies.

    The UK has said it will not allow him safe passage out of the country.

    Ecuador's Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino said he hoped talks with the UK would "overcome this".

    He told BBC Mundo the UK should respect Ecuador's "sovereign decision" otherwise "we will use the alternatives under international law to demand the safe passage".

    "We don't think it is reasonable that, after a sovereign government has made the decision of granting political asylum, a citizen is forced to live in an embassy for a long period," he added.

    Mr Patino also claimed "other elements" were motivating Sweden's wish to extradite Mr Assange, and also tweeted his "sincere appreciation" to the national assembly in Ecuador which passed a resolution condemning the "threat" to Mr Assange's political asylum.
    Ecuador says Mr Assange's human rights might be violated if he was sent to Sweden to be questioned over allegations that he sexually assaulted two female ex-Wikileaks volunteers while he was in Stockholm to g

    By Anup Sahni| 438 views

  • Julian Assange granted asylum by Ecuador - as it happened

    Julian Assange granted asylum by Ecuador - as it happened

    Get the latest news and reaction as WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's application for political asylum is accepted by Ecuador's foreign minister.


    Vaughn Smith, founder of the Frontline Club and friend of Julian Assange, is on Newsnight. He calls Assange a "challenging friend" and "an engaging personality". Whatever the truth is, he says, he believes that Assange believes his life is at risk if he is extradited to Sweden.


    @suttonnick, editor of the BBC's World at One, has posted this audioboo with Smith and his reaction to Ecuador granting asylum to Assange:
    Wikileaks has published a translated transcript of the press conference held by Ecuador's foreign minister Ricardo Patino giving Ecuador's reasons for granting asylum:
    The government of Ecuador believes that these arguments lend support to the fears of Julian Assange, and it believes that he may become a victim of political persecution, as a result of his dedicated defense of freedom of expression and freedom of press as well as his repudiation of the abuses of power in certain countries, and that these facts suggest that Mr. Assange could at any moment find himself in a situation likely to endanger life, safety or personal integrity.

    On Ecuador's history of receiving those who have applied for territorial or refugee status:
    Our country has stood out in recent years to accommodate a large num

    By Anup Sahni| 339 views

  • Julian Assange faces long stay in Ecuador’s London embassy

    Julian Assange faces long stay in Ecuador’s London embassy

    In the covert existence that Julian Assange adopted as founder of the secrecy-busting organization WikiLeaks, he made a lifestyle of sleeping on borrowed sofas and fostering a legend for himself as a man without a place or a country to call home.

    But now, after Ecuador's decision on Thursday to grant him asylum and Britain's vow to arrest him the moment he steps out of the sanctuary he has found in Ecuador's embassy in London, the Australian-born Assange seems at last to have secured a fixed address. Considering the diplomatic impasse and the vehemence of opinion on both sides, it is one that could be his for months, or even years, if neither Ecuador nor Britain relents.
    The address - 3 Hans Crescent - lies in the heart of London's exclusive Knightsbridge district. Barely 50 yards from Assange's safehouse is the men's clothing section of Harrods department store, one of Europe's most expensive places to shop.

    But for all its attractions - denied him, in any case, by his confinement to the embassy - it is hardly the sanctuary that Assange would have chosen. In his vision, he has been the matchless pioneer of a movement set to transcend boundaries of nationality, custom and law, using WikiLeaks to tear down walls of secrecy and foster a new era of global transparency and justice.

    The word he has used more than any other is free. But the situation in which he finds himself now is akin to a

    By Anup Sahni| 485 views

  • Julian Assange Speaks to Media Outside Embassy Video

    Julian Assange Speaks to Media Outside Embassy Video

    Assange Speaks to Supporters Outside Embassy.

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange urged President Barack Obama to end a so-called "witch hunt" against his secret-spilling website, appearing in public Sunday for the first time since he took refuge two months ago inside Ecuador's Embassy in London to avoid extradition to Sweden on sex crimes allegations.
    The 41-year-old Australian, who has fought for two years against efforts to send him to Sweden for questioning over alleged sexual misconduct against two women, addressed several hundred supporters and reporters as he spoke from the small balcony of Ecuador's mission, watched by dozens of British police.
    Ecuador's President Rafael Correa on Thursday granted Assange asylum and he remains out of reach of British authorities while he is inside the country's embassy. Britain insists that if he steps outside, he will be detained and sent to Sweden, as by law it must meet the obligations of a European arrest warrant.
    Praising Correa, Assange said "a courageous Latin American nation took a stand for justice," in offering him sanctuary, but did not refer to the Swedish allegations against him. Instead, he attempted to shift attention to what he claims are preparations in the U.S. to punish him for the publication by WikiLeaks of a trove of American diplomatic and military secrets - including 250,000 U.S. Embassy cables that highlight sometimes embarrassing backroo

    By Nidhi| 356 views

  • Julian Assange Appears at South by Southwest News Video

    Julian Assange Appears at South by Southwest News Video

    WikiLeaks founder and secret spiller Julian Assange spoke on Saturday at the South By Southwest Interactive Festival. Assange was not in Austin, but appeared on live video. Assange is living as a fugitive at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. (March 8)

    By Nidhi| 245 views

  • Raw: UK Police Stakeout of Julian Assange Lifted

    Raw: UK Police Stakeout of Julian Assange Lifted

    Officers were removed Monday from outside the Ecuadorean Embassy in London where Julian Assange took refuge. Authorities cite costs for abandoning the embassy.

    By harish| 193 views

  • WikiLeaks‬, ‪Julian Assange‬, ‪Hillary Rodham Clinton -  Wikileaks October Surprise

    WikiLeaks‬, ‪Julian Assange‬, ‪Hillary Rodham Clinton - Wikileaks October Surprise

    WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, Hillary Rodham Clinton - Wikileaks October Surprise
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    By harish| 156 views

  • Hillary Clinton suggested taking out Wikileaks founder Julian Assange with drone: Report

    Hillary Clinton suggested taking out Wikileaks founder Julian Assange with drone: Report

    Hillary Clinton suggested taking out Wikileaks founder Julian Assange with drone

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