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The Ecuadorian Government has not made any statement yet, but it will announce its decision on Assange’s refuge plea at 10 PM AEST today. In the meanwhile, WikiLeaks came out with a report stating that the UK Government is threatening Ecuador to forcefully enter its embassy and arrest Assange.

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Today, Wikileaks went live with staggered posts of over five thousand emails from STRATFOR, much of which has to do with the company’s attempt to show “privileged information about the US government’s attacks against Julian Assange and WikiLeaks and Stratfor’s own attempts to subvert WikiLeaks”, as stated by RWW. Many of these emails also show how STRATFOR has engaged in malpractice in the name of security consulting.

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The series will start airing in March, and has ten episodes initially, planned for weekly release. This series will urge people to rethink the way the world is working currently, and what needs to be done to save it from a collapse.

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South Korean pop sensation Rain leads the TIME 100 poll one day before it closes on 14th April. Within a few more hours, he may, in his second appearance on this illustrious list, win the title and thus leave in his following many an illustrious figure like Beyoncé, Chris Colfer, Christopher Hitchens and Barack Obama.

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One of the people involved in Anonymous is actually a girl, in her teens and working in a salon part time. This is a matter of utmost shame for HBGary.

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Courage to Resist is a Bradley Manning Support Network non profit organization. PayPal recently banned their account due to some internal policy non-compliance issue. However, PayPal unfroze their account claiming that they wanted to know if the organization was genuinely not-for-profit. Needless to say this entire chain of events looks like a PR exercise from PayPal.

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Anonymous began attacking government websites back on the 26th of January and has started doing it again now that Internet is back in Egypt.

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Tiversa has claimed that it has monitored key computers used by WikiLeaks and has found a number of searches conducted by them on P2P networks.

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Bank of America website is down. BoFA has suffered a major outage today where online banking customers aren’t able to access the website.

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WikiLeaks has caused the US government a considerable amount of embarrassment. This would have been the first step towards making things better.

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A fake email from the White House is just what the hackers needed to fool an unknown number of U.S. Employees into giving up their sensitive secret documents.

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According to recent reports, Twitter is being forced to sing like a canary. The U.S. Department of Justice has issued secret subpoenas to Twitter, and possibly others, such as Facebook and Google. WikiLeaks and anyone involved with them are the targets.

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CIA Arab ties were claimed by Assange in an Al-Jazeera interview. He has also claimed that there are files waiting and set to leak automatically in case Assange is captured or killed.

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FCC Regulators Impose Net Neutrality – What is it?

Do you want political appointees controlling the internet inside the US borders? It’s beginning to look like there may no longer be a choice.

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Apple pulls unofficial WikiLeaks app from AppStore. No official word on reason, most likely due to donation acceptance of a paid application.

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