[Register] - But this has been pushed more and more into the background, instead we only hear about Julian Assange, like he had dinner last night with Lady Gaga. That's great for him but not much of our interest. We are more interested in transparent governments
[Register] - Meanwhile, in a court over in the UK, the powers that be told Julian Assange's bail money supporters that they'll have to cough up the cash they promised because they haven't done enough to pry him out of the Ecuadorian embassy. The nine supporters
[Register] - While Julian Assange™ continues to sun himself under a SAD lamp in London's Ecuadorian Embassy, the supporters who put up his bail money - and so kept him out of British custody and free to hole up in the embassy - have been ordered to cough their
The Foreign Office's assertion that under the Diplomatic and Consular Premises Act it could remove the Ecuadorian embassy's diplomatic status in order to arrest Julian Assange and extradite him to Sweden sits uncomfortably ...
Julian Paul Assange (born 3 July 1971) is an Australian editor, activist, publisher and journalist. He is best known as the editor-in-chief and founder of WikiLeaks, which publishes submissions of secret information, news leaks and classified media from anonymous news sources and whistleblowers.
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[This is Somerset] - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was bitterly criticised by a fellow freedom of information campaigner on Friday night. Heather Brooke said of the man who used the website to release thousands of secret documents: "I can not think of a more crazed and
[The Guardian] - Plus my last experience of the Today programme was being harangued by John Pilger saying that the women who have made accusations against Julian Assange were probably working for the CIA. Life's too short for Today, I feel. Really, though, I should
[Channel 4 News (blog)] - A spokesman for the Ecuadorian embassy, currently playing host to Julian Assange, said today that Mrs May's decision should also be applied to the WikiLeaks founder, who is fighting extradition to Sweden on the grounds that he could ultimately be tried
[Sky News] - Ecuador drew parallels between Mr McKinnon's case and that of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who has been staying in their London embassy since June as he seeks to avoid extradition to Sweden. An embassy spokesman said: "The UK government
[Middle East Online] - On the other hand, Julian Assange and Wikileaks made the ability to access previously classified information a household premise. So the attempt to create an aura of secrecy around governmental acts is on the rise and yet government secrets seem ever
[ITProPortal] - "In the past year the focus has moved away from actual leaks and the fight for freedom of information and concentrated more and more on Julian Assange and a rabid scrounging for money," Anonymous said. Assange, the editor of WikiLeaks, is currently
[The Next Web (blog)] - Wikileaks' founder Julian Assange is to publish a book called 'Cypherpunks: Freedom and the Future of the Internet,' the Guardian reports. The book is scheduled to be released on November 26 by OR Books, which will make it available both as a paperback
[Vogue.com] making a second appearance in Hedi Slimane's new collection for Saint Laurent - she was the first to oublicly wear the collection when she met with Julian Assange on Monday evening - this time opting for a golden coloured dress for an outing in
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was unlikely to be extradited from Sweden to the United States if there was a risk of the death penalty or a military court, Australia's foreign minister said Wednesday.
by Rob Marchant. Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks currently claiming asylum in the Ecuadorean embassy, is only the last in the long line of distinguished anti-Western campaigners, so adored by the liberal left.
A few thoughts, following Julian Assange's extraordinary statement from the windows of the Ecuadorian embassy earlier today. First, the physical arrangements. What was interesting was that he didn't even step on to the ...
We've learned to expect the unexpected in the case of Julian Assange: his case always seems to throw up one more unusual legal twist. Which is astonishing in what is, in reality, a straightforward case of a proper and lawful.
Guest slot by David Lenton. Unless you've been living under a rock for the last 12 months then I'm sure you've heard of Julian Assange – you know that kinda weird looking guy from Wiki Leaks? Anyway in what can only be ...
Ecuador has granted Julian Assange political asylum, which means eyes turn back from Quito to the embassy in Knightsbridge, where Assange has been holed up since 19 June. Protesters have been outside the building ...
Credible commentators argue that Assange has good reason to fear extradition to the United States from Sweden. Ray McGovern, who was a CIA analyst for 30 years, commented: 'Not only is Julian Assange within his rights to seek asylum, ...