03.09.2011 [Business Insider] - Julian Assange went to the Guardian, The Times, and Der Spiegel to get their help redacting leaks to make their revelation — in the view of these participants — responsible; to add context and facts; to promote the leaks and get them noticed.
06.09.2011 [Modern Ghana] - WikiLeaks, (sometimes Wikileaks), is an Australian-made international website headed by a journalist, Julian Assange, that publishes anonymous submissions and leaks of otherwise classified documents while preserving the anonymity of sources.
14.08.2011 [MedIndia] - Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's distinctive white hair is due to a failed teenage science experiment, a new book has revealed. In a new book titled 'The Revolution Will Be Digitised', British journalist
12.08.2011 [Sunshine Coast Daily] - Kieran Campbell, who scored an international scoop with his series of exclusive stories with Christine Assange, the mother of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, is one of three finalists for Young Journalist of the Year.
07.09.2011 [PBS NewsHour] - Julian Assange, WikiLeaks' founder, had given the Guardian editor a pass phrase to open the file. And the editor assumed that the pass phrase itself, the password, would expire after a certain time along with the file. And, of course, that's not the
01.09.2011 [Variety] - The two-day Intl. Media Congress sidebar, which starts Monday, will offer keynotes and discussions from WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange (live via satellite), Constantin Film's Martin Moszkowicz, Mathias Doepfner, CEO of publishing group Axel Springer
05.09.2011 [Forbes] - That all changed in December 2010, when WikiLeaks announced it was releasing diplomatic cables and Julian Assange was arrested. The story struck a chord so powerful that it resonated through the IRC networks and 4chan too. Thousands of people across
06.09.2011 [Sydney Morning Herald] - The WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, has blamed The Guardian for forcing his organisation's hand in publishing the secret US diplomatic memos. He said a journalist from the British newspaper had published the password to the encrypted files in his
06.09.2011 [FRANCE 24] - This decision has triggered fierce debate as the organization, which was founded by Julian Assange, has chosen to publish all the names featured on the telegrams, something it has never done with the thousands of documents released in the past.