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Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2013

Annual media watchdog list critiques coverage of whistleblowers and wealth gaps and the notion of journalistic objectivity

 This year’s annual Project Censored list of the most underreported news stories includes the widening wealth gap, the trial of Pfc. Bradley Manning for leaking classified documents and
Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013

Blowing the Whistle on WikiLeaks?

 Benedict Cumberbatch plays Julian Assange in The Fifth Estate, the brisk dramatization of the WikiLeaks founder’s battle with the U.S. government (and everyone else he disdains). One of film’s great emerging actors, Cumberbatch gives a portrayal of the celebrity outlaw
Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2010

WikiLeaks revelations should spur debate and decisions on Afghanistan

The outpouring of tens of thousands of classified military documents by WikiLeaks is not precisely comparable to the publication of the Pentagon Papers—but in at least one crucial respect, it may be more valuable. While the Pentagon Papers revealed the duplicity of American policy-makers in the senseless Vietnam War, their release came too late to save many lives or change the course of that...
03.04.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Joe Uchill
Good news for people who like bad news (and fantastic news for people looking to once again make that joke). WikiLeaks, the site devoted to government and business leaks, can finally resume demonstrating how you’re being screwed by whom. A San Francisco judge has lifted the injunction blocking access to the site after two long weeks of leaklessness. WikiLeaks, registered to an Australian residen...

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