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  2. WikiLeaks

    WikiLeaks publishes documents of political or historical importance that are censored or otherwise suppressed. We specialise in strategic global publishing and large archives. The following is the address of our secure site where you can anonymously upload your documents to WikiLeaks editors.

  3. WikiLeaks - Wikipedia

    WikiLeaks has won a number of awards and has been commended for exposing state and corporate secrets, increasing transparency, assisting freedom of the press, and enhancing democratic discourse while challenging powerful institutions. WikiLeaks and some of its supporters say the organisation's publications have a perfect attribution record.

  4. WikiLeaks, media organization and website that functioned as a clearinghouse for classified or privileged information. WikiLeaks was founded in 2006 by Australian computer programmer Julian Assange. After the 2016 election, ties between WikiLeaks and Russian intelligence services came under intense scrutiny.

  5. What Is WikiLeaks? Everything you need to know - NBC News

    WikiLeaks is a whistleblowing platform founded by Julian Assange. It was established to obtain and disseminate classified documents and data sets from anonymous sources and leakers.

  6. List of material published by WikiLeaks - Wikipedia

    List of material published by WikiLeaks. This list is incomplete; you can help by adding missing items. (September 2022) Since 2006, the document archive website WikiLeaks has published anonymous submissions of documents that are typically unavailable to the general public .

  7. Wikileaks has published hundreds of thousands of documents leaked by former US Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning. Documents relating to the war in Afghanistan revealed how the US military...

  8. WikiLeaks (@WikiLeaks) | Twitter

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  9. Chelsea Manning Walks Back Into a World She Helped Transform. Find the latest Wikileaks news from WIRED. See related science and technology articles, photos, slideshows and videos.

  10. Wikileaks: 8 biggest leaks in its history | TechRadar

    Below are 8 of the biggest leaks from a website that's only been around for four short years, but has already left a legacy that will last for decades to come. 1. Scientology exposed. It's one of...

  11. Julian Assange - Wikipedia

    Assange and a group of other dissidents, mathematicians and activists established WikiLeaks in 2006. [63] : 145–148 [27] Assange became a member of its advisory board. [80] From 2007 to 2010, Assange travelled continuously on WikiLeaks business, visiting Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America.