Documents Published by WikiLeaks Reveal the NSA's Corporate Priorities

Documents Published by WikiLeaks Reveal the NSA's Corporate Priorities
Yet classified documents published by WikiLeaks reveal just how empty these talking points are. Specifically, top-secret intercepts prove that economic spying by the United States is pervasive, that not even allies are safe and that it's wielded to …
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Assange likely to remain in embassy pending US Wikileaks probe
Michael Ratner, a U.S. lawyer who represents Assange and WikiLeaks, said if Assange left the embassy, where he has been holed up for just over 1,000 days, he was likely to be arrested by British authorities and risked being extradited to America.
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WikiLeaks Dumps More Sony Docs Online
WikiLeaks has posted 276,394 more documents obtained from last year's massive hack of Sony Pictures. The massive dump went live on Thursday, revealing mostly legal and financial data (among other unexpected details) in the second release of data from …
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Argentine archaeologists find secret Nazi lair in jungle
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WikiLeaks Crowdfunds for Trade Documents

WikiLeaks Crowdfunds for Trade Documents
In early June, it asked for $ 150,000 to reward whistleblowers who leak information on the Trans Pacific Partnership, a pending trade-agreement between the U.S., Australia, Canada, Japan, Mexico and others. So far, it has raised more than $ 108,000 …
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Portugal's army of 'special ones'
Besides Mourinho taking Chelsea to the top of the English Premiership and Jesus' victory with Benfica, Portuguese-led clubs won the top leagues in Greece, Switzerland, Russia, Egypt and Mexico. Toni Oliveira just missed out. Tractor Sazi FC — coached …
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Wikileaks Issues Whopping €100000 Bounty for Leaked TTIP, TPP Documents
Julian Assange's Wikileaks organisation has issued a whopping €100,000 bounty for the release of the secretive Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) documents, with a further €100,000 aimed at securing the release of the Trans-Pacific …
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Mexico's version of WikiLeaks causes controversy before its first story
There have been no classified diplomatic cables. No top-secret intelligence reports. No fugitive whistleblowers. And yet Mexico's latest experiment in free speech, the new Web site MexicoLeaks, has already generated its own media mini-tempest.
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Exclusive: Hillary Clinton State Department Emails, Mexico Energy Reform and
A State Department diplomatic cable unearthed by Wikileaks sheds further light on Goldwyn's efforts in Mexico. "Mexico officials remain extremely sensitive about any public – especially US – comments regarding energy reform and production," reads a …
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