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WikiLeaks app yanked from App Store

WikiLeaks app yanked from App Store

By 21 December 2010

Big companies don't like WikiLeaks - that's for sure. The latests kick in the teeth for the whistle-blowing platform comes, inadvertently, from Apple who has moved fast to ban an unofficial WikiLeaks iPhone app from the App Store. The app went live on... >>

Tweets sent from WikiLeaks courtroom break new ground

Tweets sent from WikiLeaks courtroom break new ground

By 15 December 2010

Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, can make another claim today; that he has changed the way the British court system runs. In an unprecedented move, Howard Riddle, the Chief Magistrate, agreed that reporters could send “Tweets” as long as... >>

UK postcode database gets Wikileaked

UK postcode database gets Wikileaked

By 17 September 2009

The UK postcode database is reported to have been leaked online over at the Wikileaks site. The database is said to contain all of the UK's 1.8m postcodes - as well as their exact geographical locations - data the Royal Mail jealously guards. The data,... >>


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