As Julian Assange is arrested, the questions posed by Wikileaks remain as pressing as ever Paid Members Public
Julian Assange has been dragged from the Ecuadorian embassy under arrest. Whatever happens to him, the impact of Wikileaks on journalism and politics will continue to be felt for years.
Waking up to find Julian Assange on your bed Paid Members Public
A really compelling tale of behind-the-scenes life at Wikileaks [http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/05/30/exclusive-former-wikileaks-employee-james-ball-describes-working-with-julian-assange.html] from James Ball: > Faced with the bizarre situation of being asked to sign a gag order by a whistleblowing organization, I, alone, refused. Encouraged by Julian (I later learned), WikiLeaks
Saturday morning coffee reading - 25th August 2012 Paid Members Public
Five things that are worth reading over your morning coffee… * The shop window is the only place to be in the digital high street [http://whatsheonaboutnow.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/the-shop-window-is-only-place-to-be-in.html] – a nice summation of the problems with Apple’s Newsstand, based on David Hepworth’s experience with
The Assange Myths Paid Members Public
Nice post on the New Statesman from David Allen Green [http://jackofkent.com], attempting to bring legal facts to the many consipracy-ish theories around the Julian Assange situation [http://www.newstatesman.com/blogs/david-allen-green/2012/08/legal-myths-about-assange-extradition] .
LeWeb: The media and Wikileaks Paid Members Public
Adrian Monck is chairing a media panel, and inevitably we’re focusing on WikiLeaks. We’ve always had leaks, says Julio Alonso of Weblogs S. “The WikiLeaks phenomenon is not new, but it has a different form. ” The closing of Amazon and PayPal accounts , the problems with wikileaks DNS, are