Saturday, December 1, 2012

"Cablegate": the WikiLeaks release that changed the world

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has vowed to keep exposing secret documents and defended his controversial website, two years after it published a massive trove of sensitive U.S. diplomatic cables.

Marking the anniversary of “cablegate”, Assange alleged in a commentary published on Thursday that his self-styled anti-secrecy website had uncovered U.S. attempts to hide atrocities, coerce other governments and dominate the global economy.

“Since 2010, Western governments have tried to portray WikiLeaks as a terrorist organization, enabling a disproportionate response from both political figures and private institutions,” he wrote in The Huffington Post.- Assange blasts US on Wikileaks anniversary

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