The WikiLeaks Files review: the truth will set you free – or put you to sleep

The WikiLeaks Files review: the truth will set you free – or put you to sleep
The WikiLeaks site went on to publish a torrent of groundbreaking disclosures, including war diaries of US armed forces in Iraq and Afghanistan; revelations of the mass electronic snooping by American spy agencies; and leaks on political and financial …
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WikiLeaks reveals secrets of Northern Ireland peace process
“The Irish say it is time for both parties to show what is on offer, and then to see if they can come to terms on a comprehensive package, including modalities of decommissioning, DUP commitments on devolution and policing, and the issues surrounding …
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WikiLeaks: Foster Care Children in Ireland Used as Sex Slaves
The revelations, based on leaked U.S. diplomatic cables, were made public in early June by the Irish Independent. The explosive documents from the American embassy in Dublin were handed to the newspaper by the whistle-blowing organization WikiLeaks.
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France summons US envoy over 'Wikileaks' spying revelations
France summoned the US ambassador on Wednesday to explain allegations by transparency lobby group WikiLeaks of what president Francois Hollande branded “unacceptable“ spying on successive French leaders. The latest revelations of espionage …
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'Football Leaks' filtra que el Atlético vendió el 30% del pase de Koke
En el contrato desvelado hoy, el Atlético apunta que el club adeudaba entonces "la cantidad de cinco millones de euros al Quality Football Ireland" como parte del negocio por Salvio -posteriormente vendido al Benfica- y las partes acordaron que "el …
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'Traitor' Swiss banker Rudolf Elmer gave tax files to Wikileaks

'Traitor' Swiss banker Rudolf Elmer gave tax files to Wikileaks
Elmer, who worked at a unit of Julius Baer in the Cayman Islands until 2002, allegedly uploaded data to WikiLeaks as early as 2007. In January 2011, he gave two compact discs to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at a press conference in London. He was …
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Latest Wikileaks cables show US concerns about Ireland
The United States was concerned in 1973 that Ireland could become “one of the more difficult” members of the European Community for it to deal with, according to the latest batch of diplomatic cables released by Wikileaks. The whistleblower website …
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VIDEO: Sweden to drop sex assault investigations into Wikileaks founder
Swedish prosecutors will this week drop their investigations into three accusations of sexual assault against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who is still holed up the Ecuadorian embassy in London. The allegations were brought in 2010 but under …
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Google kept WikiLeaks data handover secret for two years
The letter, written by a lawyer representing WikiLeaks, asks Google to list all the material it provided to the FBI, adding that the site was “astonished and disturbed” that Google waited three years to notify them, potentially depriving them of their …
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WD My Cloud Mirror review: Your files here, there, and everywhere

WD My Cloud Mirror review: Your files here, there, and everywhere
Fresh off the assembly line with a more capable processor and new, improved My Cloud 3 OS and mobile apps, it lets you easily share files around the household and across the web, as well as stream media to—and backup data from—your mobile devices …
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Banks Keep the Reins By Merging ClearXchange, Early Warning
Under an agreement announced Oct. 26, Early Warning, a risk management collaboration owned by Bank of America, BB&T, Capital One, JPMorgan Chase, BB&T and Wells Fargo, will acquire ClearXchange, the P2P network operated by Bank of America, …
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Beyond Banking: under attack on all sides
It is more than seven years since the height of the financial crisis, but the run of disastrous banking news during the past few weeks has revived bad memories. Profit warnings, mass job cuts, share price plunges and defensive capital raisings have …
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China P2P lender banks on social media usage
If you spend a lot of time chatting on social networks or playing computer games, you might be helping your credit score. At least that is what one of China's largest peer-to-peer lending sites reckons, having rated 50m Chinese consumers for …
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Tech Firms Venture Into New Territory: Lending
Gustav Reyes borrowed $ 6,000 from PayPal in January to redesign the website for Simply Wood Rings, a Chicago-based maker of handcrafted wooden wedding rings, and pay his four employees during the slow winter months. “Within the first month I saw a …
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Apple files patent for Watch handshake payments

Apple files patent for Watch handshake payments
Apple has filed a patent that would allow Watch users to make peer-to-peer payments through near-field communications (NFC) and Bluetooth wireless capabilities in the devices. The technology would authorise funds transfers either over wi-fi or …
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April in Latin America: All the tech news you shouldn't miss from the past month
According to reports, both Brazil's and Peru's governments now agreed to partner with Facebook, with discussions also being held with Argentine officials. However, the initiative isn't exempt from controversy. Recently dubbed “a poor Internet for poor …
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Saving money on travel using P2P
I've been doing a lot of research about the peer-to-peer marketplace (P2P), or sharing economy and though I have yet to use any of the services mentioned (because nearly all are available in cities other than Albany), it sounds like they will do just …
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Personal despliega su red 4G, ahora en el NEA Argentino
“Estamos orgullosos de anunciar hoy que los clientes de 10 ciudades más de la Argentina, ya tienen la posibilidad de experimentar nuestro servicio 4G, llegando con esta nueva tecnología hasta la ciudad más austral de la Argentina y del mundo …
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Pay Your Friends Back With Facebook Messenger
Owe a friend money but don't have any cash on you? Now you can pay them with the Facebook Messenger app. The Messenger in-app payment feature first announced in March is now available to everyone in the U.S. Add your debit card and transfer cash …
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