The U.S. government has seized the email information of WikiLeaks volunteer Jacob Appelbaum from Google and ISP Sonic.net, though they have no evidence he has committed a crime. They don’t need probable cause under a controversial U.S. law.
During an informative interview, Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, warned people that their Facebook, Yahoo and Google information is very accessible to ... read more
Film director Michael Moore has offered to help bail out Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, and provide him a server to continue ... read more
A clandestine group that supports Wikileaks is taking responsibility for the DDOS (distributed denial of services) problems Mastercard has been experiencing today, ... read more
The global impact of the leaking of 250.000 US government cables (communications between US officials) has been the topic of conversation all ... read more
Although Tiger isn’t the top golfer in the world, he still tops AOL’s “Year End Hot Searches” list in the celebrity category. ... read more