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Saturday 2 December 2023 Dublin: 2°C

# Wikileaks

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France is VERY unhappy over claims the US has been eavesdropping
Its last three presidents are said to have been targeted, but the US denies the claims.
Julian Assange is STILL living in that Ecuadorian embassy
He isn’t budging.
Here's what the leaked Sony Pictures emails reveal about Irish actors
And directors. And authors. And TV shows.
Wikileaks has published thousands of leaked Sony emails
And it’s all in a searchable archive. Handy.
8 things we learned from the leaked Sony emails
Wikileaks published a searchable database of the emails yesterday. *whispers* SCANDAL.
Wikileaks shared juicy One Direction e-mails and Directioners are freaking out
Chelsea Manning has joined Twitter from her prison cell
The Wikileaks whistleblower says she wants it to be a two-way conversation.
Breakthrough? After years of stalemate, Sweden's offered to question Assange in London
British police have stood guard around the clock since Assange took refuge in Ecuador’s London embassy – at a cost of some €14.6 million.
Julian Assange says he will be leaving the Ecuadorian embassy 'soon'
The WikiLeaks founder would not tell reporters why he is leaving though.
Opinion: Australian gagging order has major implications for press freedom
A censorship order sought and secured by the Australian government sets a precedent for all common law countries – including Ireland.
Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday
Everyone’s talking about the body found in Co Meath, Gaza strikes, and the bulging Moon.
Here's Wikileaks' latest revelation - about an "unprecedented" gagging order
The orgnaisation promised a big announcement last night. Here’s what it’s about.
Wikileaks are up to something tonight... But what?
Tonight’s ‘big announcement’ from the group comes on the eve of the first anniversary of Chelsea Manning’s conviction on espionage charges.
Opinion: 'Right to be forgotten' ruling opens a legal and ethical Pandora's box
The ECJ ruling is a godsend for criminals who want to scrub their record clean – and sets a worrying precedent for empowering governments to act beyond their borders.
Julian Assange loses bid to scrap arrest warrant, is told to be 'man enough' to face sex charges
Assange has been holed up in Ecuador’s embassy in London for more than two years
Ex-banker charged with violations of Swiss bank secrecy laws over WikiLeaks
Former bank COO accused of providing confidential data to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
This Twitter burn by Wikileaks on the CIA is pretty epic
Chelsea Manning officially granted name change - but will still be treated as male prisoner
A US judge has granted Manning’s request to be formally known as Chelsea.
Column: The digital world can support journalism - but who is supporting journalists?
A code and compass is needed to guide journalism through the challenges of going online, writes an NUJ Ethics Council member.
Chelsea Manning's appeal for clemency has been denied
The 35 year prison sentence has been upheld.
Chelsea Manning is going to court to have her name legally changed from Bradley
Fort Leavenworth have said Manning would have to get a legal name change to be known in the prison as Chelsea.
Family of Chelsea Manning hoping to connect with Irish relatives
The grandparents of the former US Army private are from Rathmines in Dublin.
Chelsea Manning family: Gender transition was a shock but we support her
Speaking to in Dublin yesterday, Manning’s family said the were proud of her for leaking the classified documents and would not give up hope of her release.
Wikileaks publishes draft from free-trade agreement under secretive negotiations
The chapter published today constrains proposals for major changes to intellectual property rights laws in the states involved.
Edward Snowden has found himself a new job
Snowden, who has asylum in Russia, has found a technical support job.
Snowden insists Russia has no access to NSA files
In an interview with The New York Times, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden says that he did not take any documents with him to Moscow.
The Wikileaks Party got fewer votes than the Australian Sex Party
It did beat Bullet Train for Australia though.
Fox News mocks Chelsea Manning with "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)"
The cable news network’s Fox and Friends show trailed a piece on the use of female pronouns for the jailed Wikileaks informant with the Aerosmith hit.
Watch: Julian Assange's election song is really quite bizarre
Warning: Includes mullet.
Column: The drama surrounding Manning and Snowden is diverting attention from what matters
Manning’s gender identity crisis and the drama surrounding Snowden’s exile have simultaneously propelled them further into the media spotlight, while diverting us from the substance and consequence of their leaks, writes John Devitt.
Top readers' comments of the week
Here’s our round-up of the most interesting and most popular comments from this week. Did you make it in?
"I am Chelsea Manning. I am a female."
The former US Army private has issued a statement to a US TV programme asking to be henceforth known as Chelsea Manning.
A 'Free Bradley Manning' protest to be held at US Embassy, Dublin
The Irish Anti War Movement (IAWM) say they expect a crowd of between 10 and 100.
Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years in prison
The 25-year-old soldier was also dishonourably discharged from the US Army.
Bradley Manning to be sentenced tomorrow
25-year-old Manning faces a maximum potential sentence of 90 years in jail.
US prosecutors demand 60 years for whistleblower Bradley Manning
The 25-year-old former army intelligence analyst has been convicted on a raft of espionage and theft charges that could see him jailed for more than a century.
‘He’s very, very pale’: Mick Wallace and Clare Daly met Julian Assange yesterday
The independent TDs held a wide-ranging meeting with the Wikileaks founder at the Ecuadorean embassy in London yesterday.
Bradley Manning takes to stand apologising for hurting US
A psychologist has said Manning felt extreme mental pressure in the “hyper-masculine” military because of his gender-identity disorder.
Edward Snowden's father to visit his son in Russia
The decision to grant a visa to Lon Snowden has angered the US and President Barack Obama has cancelled an upcoming meeting with Vladimir Putin.
'Australian men don't tell' says Julian Assange of Sweden sex allegations
“Unfortunately, to a degree, I am an Australian and therefore Australian men don’t like talking about their private lives”.