Here's Julian Assange wearing a mullet, singing a power ballad, for your Australian Senate vote

So, it appears Julian Assange's Ecuadorian embassy house arrest has finally caused the WikiLeaks head to crack. At least we hope so – it's the only explanation we can give that would lead the whistleblower to star in this bizarre…

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Gerald LynchHere's Julian Assange wearing a mullet, singing a power ballad, for your Australian Senate vote

WikiLeak's Julian Assange suffering from chronic lung infection due to house arrest

Julian Assange, the controversy-courting founder of whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks has become seriously ill while under house arrest at the Ecuadorean embassy in London. According to Ecuador's ambassador in Britain Ana Alban, a lack of sunshine and living "in a confined…

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Gerald LynchWikiLeak's Julian Assange suffering from chronic lung infection due to house arrest

WikiLeaks' Julian Assange to be extradited to Sweden following sex crime allegations

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will be extradited to Sweden after losing his latest appeal in the ongoing case relating to his alleged sex crimes. Accused of rape and sexual assault by two former volunteers, the whistle-blowing website's figurehead's appeal had…

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Gerald LynchWikiLeaks' Julian Assange to be extradited to Sweden following sex crime allegations

WikiLeaks to take a whistle-blowing break to focus on internal financial crisis

WikiLeaks have announced that they will temporarily stop publishing leaked wires and confidential government memos and files in order to focus on a drastic fund-raising campaign to keep the organisation alive. Described as a "fight for survival" by WikiLeaks founder…

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Gerald LynchWikiLeaks to take a whistle-blowing break to focus on internal financial crisis

Internet does not favour freedom of speech, says WikiLeaks founder

While the internet allows for greater government transparency and co-ordination of activism, the other side of this coin is how easy it is for authorities to monitor and catch dissidents. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange addressed students at Cambridge University…

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ShinyJessInternet does not favour freedom of speech, says WikiLeaks founder

WikiLeaks dissidents to launch alternative whistleblowing forum OpenLeaks

Competition is about to hit the whistleblowing market, as former WikiLeaks staff is breaking away to form OpenLeaks. With a launch expected this summer, OpenLeaks will be lead by the former deputy head of Wikileaks. Daniel Domscheit-Berg left WikiLeaks…

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ShinyJessWikiLeaks dissidents to launch alternative whistleblowing forum OpenLeaks