Home » Features » Organizations » WikiLeaks



WikiLeaks is an international organisation that publishes submissions of private, secret, and classified media from anonymous news sources and news leaks. It is a non-profit based organization.

WikiLeaks in News

Curb Energy Consumption
(Family Features) Water heaters are energy intensive appliances. In fact, they are the second largest energy user in the home, and as they age, they become less efficient, requiring even more energy.

Andhra Pradesh Government involves in another controversy
WikiLeaks reveals stunning revelations

Julian Assange Arrives in Nantucket via Hologram USA
NANTUCKET, MA--(Marketwired - September 29, 2014) - Julian Assange, who has been hiding out at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for over two years -- avoiding extradition to Sweden and possible prosecution in other countries for his involvement in spreading classified government and military documents over the Internet via WikiLeaks -- made his virtual escape today to the United States.

Jeff Ifrah Quoted by Information Week
On November 15, has reported that a political activist and programmer Jeremy Hammond was sentenced to 10 years in prison for hacking the internal servers of the private intelligence firm Strategic Forecasting, Inc. in 2011. The 28-year-old admitted to having wiped out files and databases and stealing 5 million private email messages and 60,000 customer credit card numbers

Documentary Week - Opening Night Film 'The Armstrong Lie'
Documentary Week Australia (DocWeek) in association with Sony Pictures is proud to present the 2014 opening night film 'The Armstrong Lie' by Oscar winning director, Alex Gibney. 'The Armstrong Lie' is an intimate and investigative inside story of cyclist Lance Armstrong

DreamWorks Studios and Ford Motor Company Announce Exclusive Partnership for Film Adaptation of Electronic Arts’ ‘Need for Speed’ Video Game

DreamWorks Studios Announces 10 Additional Strategic International Partnerships Through Its Agreement with Mister Smith Entertainment
DreamWorks Studios has announced that, through their existing collaboration with David Garrett’s Mister Smith Entertainment to represent DreamWorks Studios' films for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, they have concluded a further ten key partnership deals with leading independent distribution companies.

Production Begins on DreamWorks’ WikiLeaks Project “The Fifth Estate”
Principal photography has begun on the WikiLeaks drama “The Fifth Estate,” it was announced today by DreamWorks Studios

DeviceLock(R) Announces Support for President Obama's Insider Threat Policy
DeviceLock, Inc., a worldwide leader in endpoint data loss prevention (DLP) software, today announced full support for President Obama's National Insider Threat policy for IT Security

Watchful Announces Series A Funding
Watchful Software, a leading provider of data-centric information security solutions, announced today that it has secured its initial round of funding from Critical Ventures. The initial investment was made out of the Critical Ventures I Fund, in conjunction with funding from Critical SGPS, S.A

Mitigate Insider Threats With A Measured Approach To Security
Media Contact:Clinton Karr(415) 432-2441Clinton.Karr@lewispulse.comImperva Report Inculcates Organizations with the Psychological, Legal and Technological Tactics to Prevent Insider ThreatsRedwood Shores, Calif., October 24, 2012 -Imperva, Inc Announces International Offshore Web Hosting and Internet Domain Name Services announced that it began offering services to the public including international offshore web hosting and internet domain name services.

Sweden unlikely to extradite Assange to US, says Australia
Sweden says they haven't received any extradition requests for Assange from the US

Julian Assange issues first public statement since entering Ecuador embassy
Assange issues public statement from a balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy in London

Ecuador grants political asylum to Assange
Ecuador believes there is a threat for Assange of not getting fair trial

Britain warns Ecuador to handover Assange
Ecuador likely to take a decision on Assange's asylum Thursday

Julian Assange likely to be granted asylum
Assange has been in the London embassy since June

Mubarak's aide and former Egyptian Vice-President Omar Suleiman dies in US
Suleiman died while undergoing a medical check-up in a Cleveland hospital

WikiLeaks begin publishing 'The Syria Files'
WikiLeaks says it has over two million emails of the Syrian government from August 2006 to March 2012

Oz Foreign Minister confident 'US will not seek to extradite Assange'
Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr has said the United States is not interested in extraditing Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

Assange to remain in Ecuadorian Embassy after 'declining' police surrender order
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange will ignore a British Police order to surrender himself after breaching his bail conditions by continuing his refuge in the Ecuadorian Embassy, his representative has said.

Assange 'almost certainly' will not report to London police station
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has said that he almost certainly will not report to a police station after being served with an extradition notice.

Assange ordered to present himself before London police station tomorrow
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been ordered to present himself to a London police station tomorrow, sources have revealed.

Ecuador lawyers reviewing legal, political implications of Assange's asylum bid
Ecuador's Foreign Minister has said that government lawyers are studying the political and legal implications of granting asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

German film-maker plans to turn Assange's life into rom-com movie
A German film-maker has planned to turn the WikiLeaks founder Julain Assange's life into a romantic comedy, according to a report.

Assange wants Australia to treat his extradition to Sweden with 'seriousness it requires'
Wikileaks founder Julain Assange has said that he wants the Australian government to guarantee his safety, and treat the issue of his extradition to Sweden with the seriousness that it requires.

No US 'indication' of extraditing Assange, says Oz FM
Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr has said that the US Government has given no indication over wanting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange extradited.

Anonymous hits UK government websites
Attack in retaliation with UK handling the Julian Assange case

Oz Senator embarks on European mission to protect 'Assange's human rights'
An Australian Senator Scott Ludlam has embarked on a European mission to protect the human rights of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who continues fighting a legal battle to avoid extradition to Sweden over alleged sex crime charges.

Assange may face spy charges for 'coaching Manning on breaking military computer passwords'
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is likely to face spy charges in America after it emerged that he coached US Private Bradley Manning on how to break passwords to gain access to military computer networks.

Manning 'communicated directly with Assange,' claims prosecution
Bradley Manning, the US Army private accused of sharing classified documents with Wikileaks, communicated directly with the whistle blowing website's founder Julian Assange, its has been claimed.

110,000 US State Department cables obtained from Manning's computer: Investigator
Some 110,000 classified cables were found on the computer of Bradley Manning, the US Army private accused of sharing secret documents with Wikileaks, a court has heard.

Assange could be handed over to US if UK allows Swedish extradition, claim supporters
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is fighting a legal battle in the UK to avoid extradition over alleged sex crime charges, could be handed over to the US if British authorities agree to Swedish extradition, his supporters have claimed.

Oz government unlikely to interfere in Assange's Sweden extradition case
Australia has indicated it is unlikely to interfere in the case of the WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange's appeal to avoid extradition to Sweden over alleged sex crime charges.

Stress of being gay in military's 'don't ask don't tell' era forced Manning to reveal US secrets
The lawyers of Bradley Manning, the US Army private accused of sharing classified documents Wikileaks, have claimed that his position as a gay soldier in the era of 'don't ask, don't tell' played an important role in his actions.

7 UK Supreme Court judges to hear Assange's extradition appeal on sex crime charges
A panel of seven British Supreme Court judges will hear WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's appeal to avoid extradition to Sweden over alleged sex crime charges.

'Defiant' Mugabe says will be "act of cowardice" for him to step down
Zimbabwe's 87-year-old President Robert Mugabe has said that he would not retire ahead of proposed elections next year and would stay on to lead the country against a 'Western campaign for regime change'.

Ixia Predicts the Networking Industry's Top Trends for 2012
Ixia (NASDAQ: XXIA), a leading, global provider of converged IP network test solutions, ensures that the cutting-edge technologies employed by network equipment manufacturers (NEMs), service providers, and enterprises deliver high-quality and high-performance solutions that meet today's exacting networking standards

Comment on this story