From the cablegate front: CIA’s Wikileaks mirror site, Obama calls PM Erdoğan, Justice for Assange site etc.

Obama calls Turkish PM over leaked cables
The Associated Press
ISTANBUL (AP) ? President Barack Obama called Turkey’s prime minister to mend ties following the release on the WikiLeaks website of US diplomatic cables

Obama joins WikiLeaks assault
The Australian
action by WikiLeaks, and the two leaders agreed that it would not influence or disrupt the close co-operation between the United States and Turkey“,

Can we become an America WikiLeaks can’t assail?

from – Op-Ed Columns by Kathleen Parker
Let’s be the country that nerds like Julian Assange wouldn’t victimize.

CIA’s honeypot Wikileaks mirror readily reveals it was set up by CIA

from Boing Boing by Xeni Jardin


The CIA honeypot Wikileaks mirror that wasn’t

from Boing Boing by Xeni Jardin

Yesterday, I posted an item referencing a reddit thread and a widely-retweeted Google search string referencing a purported “CIA wikileaks mirror honeypot” that revealed itself as likely having been set up by the CIA. It wasn’t. It was some guy’s joke or something.

Obama calls leaders, slams ‘deplorable’ WikiLeaks
WASHINGTON ? US President Barack Obama called Turkey’s prime minister and Mexico’s president on Saturday to discuss the “deplorable action” by WikiLeaks,

WikiLeaks highlights German doubt on Turkish EU bid
BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany’s senior diplomat considered Turkey was too big and not modern enough to join the European Union, a magazine reported Saturday

Worldwide demos called in support jailed WikiLeaks chief
action by WikiLeaks and the two leaders agreed that it will not influence or disrupt the close cooperation between the United States and Turkey,” the

WikiLeaks activists rally supporters in several nations
CNN International
In a December 2004 cable leaked by WikiLeaks, the US ambassador in Turkey said Erdogan had an “authoritarian style and deep distrust of others” and “Islamic

Noam Chomsky: WikiLeaks Cables Reveal “Profound Hatred for Democracy on the Part of Our Political Leadership”

The Wikileaks Revolution

from OPEN ANTHROPOLOGY by Maximilian Forte

[This is the first in a series of three articles that will be devoted to the subject of Wikileaks, secrecy, the state, and transformation. This is intended as a survey of some of the opinions I have found most interesting.]

?The first serious infowar is now engaged. The field of battle is WikiLeaks. You are the troops.? ? John Perry Barlow

WikiLeaks and democracy, Patrice de Beer

from open Democracy News Analysis – by Patrice de Beer

The United States political establishment has responded with fury to the release by WikiLeaks of a quarter of million diplomatic telegrams sent by Washington?s envoys around the world. That is understandable – after all, no one likes to see his or her correspondence publicised for all the world to read. Yet there is also something disproportionate about this reaction.

Morocco and WikiLeaks: Royal Corruption and Balanced Reactions

from Global Voices Online by Jillian C. Yor

Eritrea: Eritrea and the shadow of WikiLeaks

from Global Voices Online by Ndesanjo Macha

The accusations against Assange

from Hurriyet Dailynews by HDN
Has the U.S. persuaded the Swedes to accuse Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder and chief whistle-blower, of raping two women, in order to shut him up?

To Thwart Further Leaks, U.S. Military Bans USB Drives & Other Removable Disks

from Mashable! by Jolie O’Dell

Russia after WikiLeaks — business as usual

from Today’s Zaman, your gateway to Turkish daily news :: Columnists by AMANDA PAUL
Earlier this week I was nearly run-down by a motorcade travelling speedily through the streets of Brussels. A flashy car with blacked-out windows and a Russian flag revealed that the occupant was Russian President Dmitry Medvedev.

Like It or Not, WikiLeaks is a Media Entity: Tech News «

WikiRebels: The Documentary

from OPEN ANTHROPOLOGY by Maximilian Forte

Eric Clapton is big in Pyongyang

from Wiki Leaks by Charles Homans

Dear Lead Guitarist? WikiLeaks’ latest batch of cables includes a 2007 dispatch from the U.S. embassy in Seoul relaying an unidentified informant’s suggestions for improving communication with North Korea. Among them:

Indoleaks: Indonesia’s version of Wikileaks?

from Global Voices Online by Mong Palatino

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