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Global Outcry After Australia Moves to Ban Entry of Whistleblower Chelsea Manning
"As a democracy, we should be encouraging not banning public contributions from people like Chelsea Manning."
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Why Democracy Needs Solidarity for Julian Assange's Freedom
Efforts to free Julian Assange from his imprisonment challenges us all to uphold the sacred free speech right, even if it also demands the moral courage to love our enemies
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Inside WikiLeaks: Working With the Publisher That Changed the World
Like its work or not, WikiLeaks is an independent media organization that doesn't have to rely on traditional media to publish its scoops.
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'Profound' Threat to Press Freedom Looms as Ecuador Prepares to Hand Assange Over to UK
"If Ecuador expels Assange from its London embassy, it's essential the U.K. not become party to any U.S. effort to prosecute him for merely publishing classified information the same way journalists regularly do."
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In 'Blistering' Report, Journalism Watchdog Condemns DNC Lawsuit Against WikiLeaks as Severe Threat to Free Press
"Imagine if Trump had the power to go after 'leakers' for 'conspiracy.'"
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Mueller Has Subpoenaed Trump Adviser Roger Stone's Social Media Consultant: Report
The move suggests the special counsel is looking into whether the Trump campaign had advance knowledge of DNC emails allegedly hacked by Russian intelligence and published by WikiLeaks
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"A loud and clear message from the Democrats’ 2016 election debacle is that hoping for working-class votes while refusing to do battle against corporate exploiters of the working class is a political dead end." (Photo: acidpolly/flickr/cc) Views
Why the DNC Is Fighting WikiLeaks and Not Wall Street
Willingness to challenge Wall Street would alienate some of the Democratic Party’s big donors.
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The DNC’S Lawsuit Against WikiLeaks Poses a Serious Threat to Press Freedom
The theory of the suit would mean that any media outlet that publishes misappropriated documents or emails (exactly what media outlets quite often do) could be sued by the entity or person about which they are reporting
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Blaming Russia and WikiLeaks For 2016 Loss to Trump, DNC Files Lawsuit Riddled With 'Crazy' and 'Dangerous' Theories
Press freedom advocates denounced the claims advanced in the suit, arguing they would implicate journalists and newspapers that report on or publish classified information
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Saying Extradition Fears Not 'Reasonable,' UK Judge Refuses to Lift Arrest Warrant for Julian Assange
"It is time to acknowledge what the real issue is and has always been in this case: the risk of extradition to the US," says lawyer for Wikileaks founder and editor
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