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Updated 12/24/10 09:35 EST © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Welcome to InfoWeb's coverage of developments with WikiLeaks, the whistleblower website that has angered the tyrannical status quo by divulging its' secrets. We hope you'll find this directory of information a helpful way to explore this brave new world inadvertently launched by WikiLeaks and the angry, often paranoid, reaction that has resulted from the U.S. Government (which gets the "liar, liar, pants on fire" award).

Latest Developments in the WikiLeaks InfoWeb

Freedom of Speech

Assange Arrest

Retaliation Against, and Additional Attempts to Muzzle WikiLeaks

U.S. Actions to Muzzle WikiLeaks and Free Speech

U.S. Proxies Take Action Against WikiLeaks

Retaliation and Anger Against the U.S.

  • AnonOps Communications (Operation Paperstorm)
  • WikiLeaks response exposes U.S. hypocrisy (
  • "Anonymous" hierarchy emerges Guardian

    "At least three people suspected of taking part in Operation Payback, including two Dutch teenagers, have been arrested." - LOL

    And... in an article describing the reactions of governments around the world, it is clear that Hillary Clinton (Secretary of State) and the United States are now seen as laughable as well as reprehensible in their conduct. Bolivia's vice-president, Alvaro Garcia Linera, this week posted Bolivia-focused Wikileaks cables, in full, on his official website in response to what he called "insults" and "third rate espionage". Read more:

  • After 12 days of WikiLeaks cables, the world looks on US with new eyes Guardian
  • @JanisSharp - "WikiLeaks... have shown us the UK is effectively ruled by the USA..."

    Janis Sharp, mom of Gary McKinnon (alleged U.S. hacker in U.K.) ironically tweets "WikiLeaks and the Gary McKinnon case have shown us the UK is effectively ruled by the USA. The UK has a long and interesting history and once again we wish to be free. Please grant our request for full independence"

Retaliation Against Corporations

Media Impacts, and How the WikiLeaks Material Has Been Disseminated

Culture and Net Culture Impacts

Uncategorized Links

Wiki Rebels - The Documentary (58min)

Ron Paul's Calm and Cogent Analysis to U.S. House

Why Watch the WikiLeaks Saga?

  • How to avoid having your website taken out by agressors/attackers
  • How Governments react to those who would hold them accountable
    • Treat them as dissenters
    • Treat them as a threat
    • Call them "criminals" or "terrorists"
    • Claim they "threaten innocent lives"
  • How Governments react to individuals or organizations seen as threatening
    • Identify the "leader" and terminate or disable her/him
      • Sexual smears
      • Anything distasteful or repugnant
    • Throw mud at them and see if it sticks
    • Disrupt them
    • Scorched Earth - take them out regardless of the cost Governments' culture of secrecy
    • Hide corruption
    • Avoid responsibility
    • Cover up bad judgement
    • Cover up inefficiency and waste
    • Cover up cruelty, violence, brutality, small mindedness, and personal agendas
  • Hacker Lessons

    Especially for those who aren't running a website on a day-to-day basis, the response of the WikiLeaks website under attack allows a peek into the world of large scale website operators, who deal with DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attacks, hacker kiddie scripts run amok, and the like on a daily basis. Not to mention, in the case of WikiLeaks, government intervention, legal threats, et. al.

    Media Links (Video, Audio)

    Scammers Exploiting WikiLeaks

    The Kindle Edition of "WikiLeaks documents expose US foreign policy conspiracies. All cables with tags from 1 5000 [DOES NOT CONTAIN TEXT OF CABLES]" sells for $9.95 online. Why on earth would you want this, and encourage thieves by giving them money?

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