Swedish prosecutors have just seven days in which to interview Assange about sexual assault allegations.
Durban’s Organised Crime Unit apparently wanted to know where Gmail was located.
Wikileaks has published documents that detail eavesdropping by the National Security Agency.
For the first time in five years you can now submit secret documents again.
What better way to pay for information, than through Bitcoin.
Afrileaks needs to public’s help to expose sensitive information about Africa.
Whistleblower wants the world’s technology literate elite to help him build the next generation of protocols to stop surveillance.
WikiLeaks-style website wants you to supply them with tip-offs on wildlife poaching
We know you’ve heard of the Guardian newspaper-now-website, the big mainstream press that broke the Wikileaks war logs and Snowden-fuelled revelations about online spying by the NSA and related security services. Once a small, parochial newspaper from the north of England, the Guardian is now one of the most highly recognised global news outlets – […]
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been announced as a speaker for the Net Prophet 2014 conference – using WeChat.
Edward Snowden is a former CIA employee and NSA contractor who disclosed about 200,000 classified documents to the press. The documents contains details about how the United States are illegally spying on their own citizens, spying on foreign leaders (for example listening to German Chancellor mobile phone calls), and spying on foreign companies, etc. Snowden’s revelations have […]
13 pages of instant messages between Wikileaks founder and army private found in court evidence.
One legal technicality is almost out of the way for Julian Assange, but another sleeps right outside his window.
Privacy International asks DTI why VASTech’s mass surveillance tools ended up in Gaddafi’s Libya.
Map of US spy servers reveals an odd monitoring pattern for Africa.