Court rules Assange can continue extradition fight

Julian Assange has won the latest round in his fight to avoid extradition from the UK to Sweden over sex allegations - though it's probably just a stay of execution.

WikiLeaks delays anon whistleblower system


WikiLeaks has indefinitely delayed the launch of a new system that would have allowed whistleblowers to remain anonymous while submitting tips.

Assange loses extradition appeal

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange this morning lost his appeal against extradition to Sweden over charges of rape and sexual molestation.

Anonymous at the forefront of OccupyWallStreet protests

Cyber activists associated with Anonymous remain at the forefront of the rapidly growing OccupyWallStreet (OWS) protests as the movement goes global.

Unauthorized autobiography (sic) of Julian Assange appears

Unauthorized biographies are one thing - but unauthorized autobiographies? Still, that's what Canongate Books is publishing today, with its new book about Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

Assange relics, sorry, memorabilia up for sale

It's not quite as good as a piece of the True Cross, perhaps, but anybody in the market for a religious icon might like to consider checking out eBay.

Assange says WikiLeaks is ready for more

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange believes his recent decision to publish thousands of unredacted cables will have little long-term effect on the organization's ability to obtain sensitive data in the future.

WikiLeaks under fire by former allies

WikiLeaks has been harshly criticized by its former allies for publishing a full cache of unredacted cables.

U.S. invokes Patriot Act as WikiLeaks dumps more data

The U.S. government has reportedly invoked the controversial Patriot Act as a legal basis for demanding data from Internet provider Dynadot about WikiLeaks and Julian Assange.

Huge stash of leaks destroyed by former Wikileaks spokesman

Wikileaks has confirmed that thousands of leaked files have been destroyed by the group's former German spokesperson Daniel Domscheit-Berg.

Julian Assange returns to court to fight extradition

An attorney for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was back in court today to do a little tap dance for his freedom. They argue that his extradition case to Sweden over sexual assault allegations is flawed.

WikiLeaks founder hesitates over memoirs

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is apparently no longer willing to pen a comprehensive book about his life.

Alleged hacker tagged and forced to obey curfew

A 19-year-old accused of hacking the UK's Serious Organised Crime Agency's (Soca) website has been released on conditional bail.

Is Julian Assange being treated like a caged animal?

Julian Assange supporter Sarah Harrison says the WikiLeaks founder is being "treated like a caged animal" under the conditions of his house arrest at Ellingham Hall in the UK.

Julian Assange slaps $20 million fine on leakers

After facing serious heat for disseminating classified information, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is requiring associates to sign an NDA stipulating that leaked materials are "solely the property" of the organization.

WSJ launches WikiLeaks wannabe

The Wall Street Journal has officially launched SafeHouse. Clearly modeled on the controversial WikiLeaks website, SafeHouse allows users to anonymously upload and submit tips, documents and files.

Assange says Facebook is government tool

Facebook is 'the most appalling spying machine that has ever been created', WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has told a Russian newspaper.

Is WikiLeaks more accountable than democracy?

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange believes his organization is more accountable than democratically elected governments as its very existence depends on the public for financial support.

Assange: Internet is the "greatest spying machine"

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange recently warned that the Internet was the "greatest spying machine the world has ever seen."

Wikileaks - but not Assange - nominated for Nobel peace prize

Wikileaks is on the list of nominees for the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize - but with 240 other contenders, the competition will be fierce.