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anonymous

(ă-non′ĭ-mŭs) [Gr. anōnymos, nameless]
1. Unidentified or unnamed.
2. Shielded from the view of others; private.
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The indictment does not even report that this was a successful effort, though we know that Assange's alleged co-conspirator Chelsea Manning was the source of a trove of State Department cables leaked to Wikileaks. Those cables revealed U.S.
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"But I welcome the responsibility to secure the continuation of the important work based on WikiLeaks ideals."
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On December 16, a month after Trump's election, WikiLeaks asked Trump Jr to have his father "suggest" Australia appoint Assange to the post in Washington, DC.
Meanwhile Turkey's Internet watchdog has blocked access to the WikiLeaks website in Turkey.
In a contribution titled "Following the Money: WikiLeaks and the Political Economy of Disclosure," Brevini and Graham Murdock discuss the cost in terms of people, money, and skills needed to sustain platforms like WikiLeaks.
WikiLeaks, however, didn't query the Young Journalists Club or Al-Waie.
"The attackers used the dissemination of stolen information to try to harm SPE and its employees, and now WikiLeaks regrettably is assisting them in that effort," Sony says in a statement.
Meanwhile, WikiLeaks disclosed the name of the country saying that an ongoing crime of mass espionage was being committed.
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