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ALL OUT CYBER WAR erupts over WikiLeaks – Hackers take MasterCard offline

ALL OUT CYBER WAR erupts over WikiLeaks – Hackers take MasterCard offline

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‘All-out cyber war’ erupts over WikiLeaks: ‘Anonymous’ hackers take MasterCard offline By Stephen C. Webster Wednesday, December 8th, 2010 Sites for Visa, PayPal, Sen. Lieberman also targeted Yesterday, MasterCard Worldwidebecame the latest financial institution to face the wrath of online hackers acting to avenge secrets outlet WikiLeaks over the credit…

How to donate to Wikileaks

How to donate to Wikileaks

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https://xipwire.com/give/wl Click here https://xipwire.com/give/wl…

Wikileaks – Julian Assange celebrity supporters stake reputations on case

Wikileaks – Julian Assange celebrity supporters stake reputations on case

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Julian Assange’s celebrity supporters stake reputations on case Raggle-taggle of ‘household names’ offered big sums towards WikiLeaks founder’s failed bail. The Guardian, Wednesday 8 December 2010 Jemima Khan speaking outside Westminster magistrates court. She offered at least £20,000 towards Julian Assange’s bail. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA The already curious case of…

Wikileaks take payments from Xipwire since Mastercard & Visa Stopped donations

Wikileaks take payments from Xipwire since Mastercard & Visa Stopped donations

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MasterCard, Visa shut down electronic donations to WikiLeaks By Stephen C. Webster Tuesday, December 7th, 2010 EXCLUSIVE UPDATE: Mobile payments firm Xipwire, Inc. steps up to aid WikiLeaks The Philadelphia, PA-based mobile payments firm Xipwire, Inc. said Tuesday that it would act as an intermediary for WikiLeaks after the world’s…

Wikileaks – Julian Assange Op-Ed in the Australian

Wikileaks – Julian Assange Op-Ed in the Australian

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Just Released: Julian Assange Op-Ed In The Australian 12/07/2010 Just released in The Australian Don’t shoot messenger for revealing uncomfortable truths IN 1958 a young Rupert Murdoch, then owner and editor of Adelaide’s The News, wrote: “In the race between secrecy and truth, it seems inevitable that truth will always…

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