BRUSSELS— The U.S. government's restrictions on access to documents and its insistence on secrecy are undermining trust in trans-Atlantic trade talks and anti-terror data exchanges, the European Union's transparency watchdog said Wednesday. "There is a little clash of cultures, yes," EU Ombudsman Emily O'Reilly told The Associated Press in an interview.» Read More
WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange has taken refuge in Ecuador's embassy in London and asked for asylum, officials said on Tuesday, in a last-ditch bid to avoid extradition to Sweden over sex crime accusations.
In an interview in Der Spiegel, former WikiLeaks spokesman Daniel Domscheit-Berg claims to have destroyed more than 3,500 unpublished files being held by the site.
Visa said Friday it has closed a donation channel to WikiLeaks after a payment processor briefly accepted money transfers to the anti-secrecy site.
What ever happened to the cache of banking secrets Wikileaks was supposedly going to release early this year?
It's Friday, here's a treat.
Bank of America is the bank that is the target of the next "megaleak" from Wikileaks, according to a person who has close contact with top people at WikiLeaks.
It’s been five days since the last release of diplomatic cables from Wikileaks. That last round of cables hit on January 5th.
Something curious is going on at Wikileaks.
This morning Dick Bove sent out a note to clients explaining that he doubted WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has “new information” about Bank of America. I think Bove is likely to be proven wrong.
While the leaked diplomatic cables published this week by Wikileaks have been roiling the global political scene, bank executives should be on guard. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange just announced that he has a trove of documents revealing unethical behavior at one of the largest banks in the US.