Libya’s Gaddaffi pained by Tunisian revolt, blames WikiLeaks – Monsters and Critics.

Cairo/Tripoli – Libyan President Moammar Gaddaffi said he was pained by events in Tunisia surrounding the overthrow of former president Zine al-Abedine ben Ali, Libyan television reported Sunday.


Har Wikileaks veltet sin første diktator? – Nyheter – Wikileaks –

En Wikileaks-lekkasje om korrupsjon i presidentens familie kan ha bidratt til å tvinge Tunisias president på flukt. Facebook og Twitter får også sin del av æren.


Tunisia riots blamed on cables which revealed country’s corruption dubbed First Wikileaks Revolution | Mail Online.

  • President Ben Ali goes into exile after 23 years in power
  • Published US Embassy cables likened President’s family to a Mafia elite
  • Department of State issues travel alert to avoid the north African country
  • Riots have claimed 23 lives so far this week
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    Swiss banker who helped WikiLeaks faces trial – Yahoo! News.

    Secrecy is the problem, not leakers – Opinion – The Sofia Echo.

    WikiLeaks is now at the centre of a global battle between media and those in power but what’s new about what Julian Assange is doing? WikiLeaks is much more than just another journalistic scandal, it is a challenge to the way that power and news media operate in the Internet Age.


    Nå jages Wikileaks-sjefen av Pentagon – VG Nett om Irak.

    VG Nett) Husker du skandalevideoen som viser et amerikansk militærhelikopter skyte ned en gruppe mennesker i Irak? Nå vil Pentagon svært gjerne ha tak i han som publiserte den.


    US orders Twitter to hand over account data on Wikileaks and multiple Wikileaks supporters – Boing Boing.


    US tells Twitter to hand over WikiLeaks supporter’s messages | Media | The Guardian.

    A member of parliament in Iceland who is also a former WikiLeaks volunteer says the US justice department has ordered Twitter to hand over her private messages.

    Birgitta Jonsdottir, an MP for the Movement in Iceland, said last night on Twitter that the “USA government wants to know about all my tweets and more since november 1st 2009. Do they realize I am a member of parliament in Iceland?”


    The Man Who Spilled the Secrets | Politics | Vanity Fair.

    The collaboration between WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, the Web’s notorious information anarchist, and some of the world’s most respected news organizations began at The Guardian, a nearly 200-year-old British paper. What followed was a clash of civilizations—and ambitions—as Guardian editors and their colleagues at The New York Times and other media outlets struggled to corral a whistle-blowing stampede amid growing distrust and anger. With Assange detained in the U.K., the author reveals the story behind the headlines.

    February 2011

    Bank of America frykter Wikileaks | Lov og rett | E24.

    Kilder Fastcompany har vært i kontakt med hevder Bank of America har satt opp et eget «krigsrom» for å sette opp strategier for konsekvensene av Wikileaks mulige avsløringer.