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.
Police clad in full riot gear arrested 35 protestors rallying outside a US Marine Corp base in support of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning.
Thanks to the nuclear disaster in Japan, blame is now being thrown at government officials via WikiLeaks cables.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange recently warned that the Internet was the "greatest spying machine the world has ever seen."
A federal judge has ruled the US government can subpoena records from Twitter to assist in an ongoing criminal investigation of WikiLeaks.
Wikileaks is on the list of nominees for the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize - but with 240 other contenders, the competition will be fierce.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden, a judge has ruled.
The US Justice Department appeared in an Alexandria Federal Court yesterday to defend demands for the Twitter records of three associates of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
Hacking group Anonymous has released tens of thousands more private emails from security company HBGary, which it claims has been plotting with government agencies to attack Wikileaks.
OpenLeaks - the breakaway whistle-blowing site created by defectors from Wikileaks - has gone live.
A former Swiss banker has handed over the data from 2,000 accounts to Wikileaks head Julian Assange. The accounts supposedly belong to powerful, well-known people.
Sometimes the media feels untouchable when it comes to talking about sensitive subjects. But what happens when the criminals you write about make you a target?
The US Department of the Treasury has refused to add WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to a list of sanctioned countries and individuals.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has harshly criticized calls by the Republican chairman of the House Homeland Security committee to enforce an embargo against the controversial organization.
The Department of Justice has served Twitter with a subpoena seeking detiled information on the accounts of Julian Assange and other Wikileaks members and supporters.
In the wake of the Wikileaks scandal, the White House is telling agencies to launch programs to ferret out disgruntled staffers who might be tempted to follow Bradley Manning's lead. And it's got some pretty broad criteria.
FBI agents participating in a crackdown against Anonymous activists have confiscated computer equipment and copied data from at least two businesses.
Unknown digital assailants managed to down 4chan for an extended period of time on Tuesday.
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has formed a WikiLeaks task force under the auspices of a rather amusing acronym: WTF.
If this month wasn't already bad enough for WikiLeaks, things may have just gotten worse for the controversial organization.