Cyber attack forces Wikileaks to change web address
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"Reporters Without Borders condemns the blocking, cyber-attacks and political pressure being directed at cablegate.wikileaks.org, the website dedicated to the US diplomatic cables. The organization is also concerned by some of the extreme comments made by American authorities concerning WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange."
Under pressure, WikiLeaks asks supporters for mirror sites
"(CNN) -- Under heavy pressure from the United States and allied governments, WikiLeaks appealed to supporters worldwide to mirror its website Sunday as it continued the process of releasing thousands of sensitive U.S. diplomatic cables."
That is more interesting, but the money in there is an insignificant amount. I don't think you can even open a Swiss bank account with such a low amount, can you ? I tried at some point, but they want large amounts ...
"Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, is expected to appear in a UK court tomorrow after his lawyers said he would meet police to discuss a European extradition warrant from Sweden relating to alleged sexual assaults."