wikileaks

Security For Whistleblowers

By |2019-03-15T17:04:12-04:00June 29th, 2011|Blog|

In the wake of the Wikileaks controversy, the Obama administration has increased its efforts to punish government officials accused of leaking classified information to the news media. While the Justice Department has the right to hold FBI, NSA and CIA employees to the confidentiality agreements in their contracts and keep certain information classified, these initiatives are undermining First [...]

Wikileaks and “mutual knowledge”

By |2016-01-15T10:42:34-04:00March 30th, 2011|Blog|

When it comes down to it, most of the documents in Wikileaks's Cablegate release refer to issues that had already been covered in the press. Did we really need Wikileaks to tells us that Mexico isn’t doing a great job combating corruption and cartels?  Or that the war in Afghanistan is going poorly?  Or that Pakistan and North Korea and [...]

Protecting Free Expression in the Wake of WikiLeaks

By |2016-01-25T10:59:34-04:00December 22nd, 2010|Incidents|

The National Coalition Against Censorship signed onto a letter circulated among U.S. government officials urging restraint in the aftermath of WikiLeaks. The letter was signed by 30 organizations, including the Electronic Frontier Foundation, American Library Association, New America Foundation, among others.

Resource: Wikileaks

By |2019-03-12T18:26:18-04:00December 29th, 2008|News|

Wikileaks (not affiliated with Wikipedia) is an impressive project to collect leaked documents relating to government and corporate corruption. According to the website: Wikileaks is developing an uncensorable Wikipedia for untraceable mass document leaking and analysis. ... We believe that transparency in government activities leads to reduced corruption, better government and stronger democracies. All governments can benefit from increased scrutiny [...]