Google works Like NSA by collecting, storing, and indexing user data: Assange

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Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, has confirmed that Google collects, stores, and indexes people’s data, and is in fact ‘a privatized version of the NSA,’ according to media reports. “Google’s business model is the spy. It makes more than 80 percent of its money by collecting information about people, pooling it together, storing it, indexing […]

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WikiLeaks exposes chats and list of countries being spied through FinFisher

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WikiLeaks has exposed secret conversation and list of countries who had their citizens being spied by their own governments through German based Gamma Group International’ FinFisher spyware. In a series 4 of SpyFiles documents, WikiLeaks published that Slovakia, Mongolia, Qatar, South Africa, Bahrain, Pakistan, Estonia, Vietnam, Australia, Belgium, Nigeria, Netherlands, Singapore, Bangladesh, Italy, Hungary, Bosnia revealed to be […]

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WikiLeaks Threatens Disclosure of Unnamed Country Having All Phone Calls Tapped by NSA

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The latest report from The Intercept claims that the NSA records every single phone call in Bahamas and one unnamed country, which the WikiLeaks threaten to release unilaterally. The threat came after the WikiLeaks and The Intercept journalists had heated exchanges over Twitter about the daily’s report on Monday about cell phone metadata collection in […]

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WikiLeaks: About 80 Companies Cooperating With NSA; Intel, IBM, Microsoft Included

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As if the Snowden revelations were not enough, we have yet another startling claim by WikiLeaks stating that nearly a hundred corporations colluded with NSA in its surveillance programs. The tweet from WikiLeaks says, “80 corporations have been bribed or coopted by NSA including Intel, CISCO, IBM, Oracle, Microsoft, AT&T, Qualcom” The WikiLeaks have got […]

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German Town bans parents from calling their child ‘Wikileaks’

File photo of the WikiLeaks baby who was born on 14th March, 2014.

A couple in Southern German Town has been banned from naming their child ‘’WikiLeaks’’, claiming that it may put baby’s life in danger. File photo of the WikiLeaks baby who was born on 14th March, 2014. According to German website Passauer Neue Presse, the father of newly born baby Hajar Hamalaw wanted to name his […]

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Indian politician faking WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange words to gain popularity

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Indian politicians have taken social media to its greatest height during the coming 16th Lok Sabha elections. A politician’s strength and mass following is reflected on his/her social media management.   This is the image/banner which went viral and now been deleted after denial by WikiLeaks Not allowing letting go any chance of belittling their opponents […]

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WIKILEAKS RELEASE Syria: 84,067 sensitive emails from US intelligence contractor Stratfor

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WikiLeaks has released 84,067 highly sensitive email conversations between agents of US intelligence contractor Stratfor.  The release was announced by WikiLeaks on its official website according to which total 84,067 emails have been leaked out of which 1,181 are  sensitive emails and 149 emails are very sensitive. All emails are available on Wikileaks site and can be read by clicking here. A […]

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Here is the List of 19 Countries Where Edward Snowden Has Requested Asylum

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The anti-secrecy non-profit organisation Wikileaks which publishes secret information, news leaks, and classified media from anonymous sources has published an application request that provides the readers an update on Snowden’s asylum process and also shows list of 19 new countries where NSA’s whistleblower may request for asylum. Wikileak’s legal advisor Sarah Harrison has submitted number of requests […]

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