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Can the British police storm the Ecuadorian embassy? EPA/Facundo Arrizabalaga

Inviolability, Ecuador and the Julian Assange case

Julian Assange has been granted asylum in Ecuador, two months after he sought refuge at its London embassy. But this doesn’t mean he can escape arrest in the UK for violating his bail conditions. Assange…
Julian Assange’s appeal to the Ecuadorian authorities in Britain protects him from any potential extradiction … for now. EPA/Facundo Arrizabalaga

Julian Assange’s surprising bid to escape to Ecuador

You’ve got to hand it to Julian Assange. He knows how to capture the imagination. In a surprise escape bid, he is currently holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, seeking political asylum. He now…
Stratfor monitored the group The Yes Men to see whether the anniversary of the 1984 Bhopal gas disaster, whose survivors were protesting over the death of more than 2,000 people, would lead to a spike in anti-corporate activism. AAP/Sanjeev Gupta

Wikileaks email dump exposes dark machinations of security firm Stratfor

WikiLeaks has begun publishing five million emails from the US-based security firm Stratfor that allegedly expose its “web…
Have the corporate exposés by Anonymous already backfired? mr.smashy

Anonymous, WikiLeaks and email dumps – the ultimate weapon?

Of all the tactics used by hacker collective [Anonymous]( in any of its “operations”, the release of their victims’ emails has been one that potentially could…
Suspect Bradley Manning is accused of “aiding the enemy” and faces court martial by a US military court. EPA/

Defending Private Manning: Wikileaks suspect has his day in court

The controversy over Wikileaks will today, at least temporarily, shift its focus from the website’s founder Julian Assange to suspected informant Private First Class Bradley Manning. Today Manning will…
A successful attack on PayPal could cause havoc. [!!!] Sweet Peas Photography [!!!]

Are Anonymous and LulzSec about to hack PayPal for WikiLeaks?

In a joint statement published earlier this week, hacking groups Anonymous and LulzSec urged readers to boycott e-commerce giant PayPal, claiming: “PayPal continues to withhold funds from WikiLeaks, a…

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