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September 2nd
3:57 PM

Wikileaks Goes Full Monty

The Internet whistle-blowing platform WikiLeaks made public Friday for the first time all of the about 250,000 US diplomatic cables it had acquired in their original and uncensored state.

On Friday, media partners who worked together with WikiLeaks in the past, including SPIEGEL, the Guardian, the New York Times and El Pais, issued a joint statement condemning the decision to release the raw documents…

"We cannot defend the needless publication of the complete data — indeed, we are united in condemning it."

"Today’s decision to publish by Julian Assange was his, and his alone."

On Twitter and its website, WikiLeaks criticized former colleague Daniel Domscheit-Berg for connecting the password with a file that was accidentally made accessible to the public, and blamed David Leigh, a journalist for the British newspaper theGuardian, for publishing the password.  >continue<

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