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Assange suffering psychological torture, would face "show trial" in US says UN expert
Agitated, under severe stress.
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WikiLeaks' Assange too ill to appear via video link in US extradition hearing
"He's in fact far from well": Assange's lawyer.
May 31 2019 7:05AM
US unveils espionage charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange
Accused of publishing classified information, conspiring with Manning.
May 24 2019 6:46AM
I've protected many, Assange tells UK court as he fights U.S. extradition warrant
Refuses to agree to be extradited to the United States to face trial.
May 3 2019 6:55AM
Assange sentenced to 50 weeks prison for skipping bail
United States extradition case to be heard next week.
May 2 2019 6:35AM
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange arrested by police
Law enforcement invited into embassy.
Apr 11 2019 8:14PM
Assange to be ejected from Ecuadorean embassy
Out within "hours to days".
Apr 5 2019 12:10PM
Ecuador cuts Assange's internet access
After social media comments.
Mar 29 2018 8:13AM
Tech firms scramble for fixes after CIA hacking dump
Security vendors call for better access to mobile devices.
Mar 9 2017 6:23AM
Wikileaks publishes large trove of CIA hacking tools
Spies said to have exploits for iPhones, Android and smart TVs.
Mar 8 2017 5:37AM
Obama cuts bulk of Chelsea Manning's sentence
What now for Assange after extradition promise?
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Wikileaks email dump riddled with malware
Thousands of direct links to viruses and ransomware.
Aug 24 2016 6:35AM
US soldier Manning gets 35 years in WikiLeaks trial
US Govt wanted to "send a message".
Aug 22 2013 6:59AM
US Gov orders infosec lock-down post Wikileaks
Assange predicts balkanised agencies will fail.
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Crippled Wikileaks has not gone far enough: Assange
Governments will become transparent, or die.
Oct 1 2011 5:27PM
How dangerous is Anonymous?
Are attacks in support of Wikileaks by bored teenagers or cyber-criminals?
Feb 23 2011 9:51AM
Secret plan to kill Wikileaks with FUD leaked
Fear, uncertainty and doubt behind divide-and-conquer sabotage.
Feb 10 2011 4:51PM
Hundreds flock to Wikileaks Sydney rally
Julian Assange, Australian of the Year?
Dec 10 2010 3:35PM
Wikileaks cyberwar takes legal turn
Credit card companies face law suits even as their own payment systems buckle.
Dec 9 2010 10:13AM
Assange detention sparks total cyberwar
Botnets target each other in escalating DDoS conflict.
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