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In April 2010, WikiLeaks published gunsight footage from the 12 July 2007 Baghdad airstrike in which Iraqi journalists were among those killed by an Apache helicopter, as the Collateral Murder video. In July of the same year, WikiLeaks released Afghan War Diary , a compilation of more

Information published by WikiLeaks print that page

Since 2006, the document archive website Wikileaks , used by whistleblowers , has published anonymous submissions of documents that are generally unavailable to the general public. This article documents the leaks which have attracted media coverage. Contents 1 2006–2008 1.1

wikipedia.org | 2011/8/24 20:01:35

Porn Wikileaks print that page

The website has received criticism from performers such as Kimberly Kane who stated, "Most of us in the porn industry know who is behind Porn WikiLeaks ; he is doing it out of hatred for a business that shunned him for being even too repugnant for porn" [ 8 ] Adult performer Christian XXX

wikipedia.org | 2011/9/13 21:37:19

Bank Julius Baer vs. Wikileaks lawsuit print that page

In early February 2008, attorneys for the bank won an injunction that forced Dynadot , the domain registrar of wikileaks .org, to disassociate the site's domain name records with its servers, preventing use of the domain name to reach the site. The bank's actions roused media and cyber-liberties

wikipedia.org | 2011/2/1 9:42:44

Politics of Puerto Rico print that page

One year after the United States invasion of the island, Dr. José Celso Barbosa embraced the idea of annexation as a U.S. state as a solution to the colonial situation and founded the Republican Party in 1899. Dr. Barbosa had been the leader in the Autonomist Party that favored a republican

wikipedia.org | 2011/7/27 2:38:28

Reception of WikiLeaks print that page


In July 2010 Veterans for Peace president Mike Ferner editorialised on the group's website "neither Wikileaks nor the soldier or soldiers who divulged the documents should be prosecuted for revealing this information. We should give them a medal." [ 3 ] Documentary filmmaker John Pilger

Moazzam Begg print that page


The Pentagon claimed Begg was an enemy combatant and al-Qaeda member, recruited others for al-Qaeda, provided money and support to al-Qaeda training camps, received extensive military training in al-Qaeda-run terrorist training camps in Afghanistan, and prepared to fight U.S. or allied troops

Censorship in the United States print that page


War on Terrorism 9 Free speech zone 10 Corporate censorship 11 Internet censorship 12 Wikileaks related censorship 13 See also 13.1 Documentary films 13.2 Censorship in the past 13.3 Rating systems and industry self-regulation 13.4

Kim Jong-il print that page


Kim Jong-il's official biography [ 9 ] states that he was born in a secret military camp on Baekdu Mountain in Japanese Korea on 16 February 1942. [ 10 ] Official biographers claim that his birth at Baekdu Mountain was foretold by a swallow , and heralded by the appearance of a double rainbow

Eric Holder print that pageTimeline of Eric Holder


Holder previously served as a judge of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia , a United States Attorney , Deputy Attorney General of the United States and worked at the law firm of Covington & Burling in Washington, D.C. He was senior legal advisor to then- Senator Barack Obama