Julian Assange Probably Won't Get Done by the US for Publishing Secrets on Wikileaks

The US Justice Department has said it's unlikely to push charges against Julian Assange for publishing leaked documents, as the freedom of speech laws that protect journalists also happen to cover Assange's Wikileaks enterprise. Read More >>

The Fifth Estate Review: More Questions Than Answers

It was once said that history is written by the victors, but that changed when something called the internet came along and put endless information at everyone's fingertips, letting each of us come to our own conclusions. And this idea of uncensored, unfettered access to information was taken to its most extreme with Julian Assange's website WikiLeaks; a place where secrets didn't exist. Read More >>

Assange Says Wikileaks Film is "Overwhelmingly Negative" and Based on a "Deceitful Book"

Even if he could, it's unlikely Julian Assange would want to watch Wikileaks dramatisation The Fifth Estate at the cinema this weekend, with an open letter from the Wikileaks man suggesting the film's a "toxic" creation that portrays everyone involved in a bad light. Read More >>

The WikiLeaks Server That Hosted Cablegate Is for Sale on eBay

Shopping for a new server? Want a piece of whistleblower history? Want to piss off Julian Assange? You can do all three of these things at once, if you buy the server that hosted hundreds of thousands of diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks a few years ago. And it still works! Read More >>

Mullet-Wearing Julian Assange Sings the Classics

If you're done watching videos of Miley Cyrus, try this one. It's even more obscene and horrifying. It's Julian Assange singing, in a funny costume, trying to impress Australian voters with his sense of humour and vocal skills. Read More >>

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The Fifth Estate Trailer: Benedict Cumberbatch Is Just Julian Assange, Isn't He?

DreamWorks has been working on its WikiLeaks film, The Fifth Estate, for a while now — and this trailer reveals that Benedict Cumberbatch plays a hugely convincing Julian Assange. Read More >>

Julian Assange and Eric Schmidt Had a Five-Hour Nerdy Chit Chat

A transcript released by Wikileaks shows that silky-smooth fugitive Julian Assange had a five-hour meeting with Google overlord Eric Schmidt back in 2011, with the Google man requesting the chat due to an interest in charting the formation and operation of Wikileaks in his forthcoming book. Read More >>

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Benedict Cumberbatch as Julian Assange Is Just Plain Creepy

What you're looking at here is the first official still released from the Wikileaks movie, The Fifth Estate, with Sherlock himself portraying the embassy camper. There's quite the resemblance to a younger Assange here. He certainly looks creepy enough. Read More >>

Will You Read Julian Assange's New Book?

Julian Assange has penned a new book about his worries over government control of the Internet and surveillance. Written along with Jacob Appelbaum, Jérémie Zimmermann and Andy Müller-Maguhn, it will be published in November. Assange explains: Read More >>

Julian Assange and Wikileaks are Officially "Enemies" of the US Military

While we tend to think of Julian Assange as an annoying sex pest who likes the sound of his own voice a little too much, the US has taken things to a whole new level by declaring him an Enemy of the State. Read More >>

See an Australian TV Network's Bonkers Julian Assange Wikileaks TV Movie

This is a trailer for Underground: The Julian Assange Story. And yes, it is serious. Australian TV station Network Ten is behind it, promising to capture and wildly exaggerate the thrills of the creation of the Wikileaks empire and the rise of little Julian to world fame. Read More >>

Anonymous Attacks Britain Over Assange Treatment

Looks like Julian Assange has a few friends in the Anonymous collective. OpFreeAssange is in full swing after yesterday's pleas from the Ecuadorian embassy, with attacks on the Justice Department, the Home Office, and the Department of Work and Pensions -- that well known persecutor of whistle blowers. Read More >>

Assange Granted Asylum as Tensions Heat Up Between Britain and Ecuador

It looks like Julian Assange will be keeping the couch warm in the Embassy for a fair bit longer as he has now been granted political asylum by the Ecuadorian government, making his stand-off extended for an undetermined amount of time. UK officials, on the other hand, are getting a little bit antsy. Read More >>

Julian Assange to Appear on The Simpsons

The news just broke that Julian Assange will play himself on the 500th episode of The Simpsons, which is set to air February 19th. Read More >>

Julian Assange Is Getting His Own TV Show

Julian Assange has announced that he's going to have his own TV show, where he'll interview "key political players, thinkers and revolutionaries", and it's going to be hitting the screens in spring. Is there anything this man won't do? Read More >>

Julian Assange: You're All Screwed

Yesterday we reported how Wikileaks has uncovered a global network of surveillance companies for hire. Now Assange is telling it like it is. Read More >>


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