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04.09.15 Prachi Gupta

Chelsea Manning, the former U.S. intelligence analyst who leaked thousands of classified documents to WikiLeaks, is not allowed to speak to reporters on the phone or in person, and is forbidden from using the internet as part of her 35-year sentence. But she’s managed a way around all of the restrictions, having given her first […]

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01.07.15 Peter Yeh

If news of Snowden’s exile or Chelsea Manning’s arrest has you too spooked to run away with that CD of government secrets you cunningly labeled “Ke$ha Mix,” then get hyped for Slur. Developers claim that Slur is an open source, decentralized, anonymous bitcoin market for the express purpose of selling secrets. From the site: Slur […]

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08.18.14 Sophie Weiner

Do you feel the need to express yourself while still keeping your mind on important matters? Check out the Julian Assange Coloring Book! Templates range from Assange “looking towards the future,” to Assange with Santa Clause and Assange gagged by an American flag. How charming. If you’re not the artsy type, don’t worry, the in-browser app automatically prevents colors from leaking […]

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10.09.13 Andy Cush

Here’s the latest piece in Banksy’s Better Out Than In series. It’s a lot bigger than what we’ve seen before, spanning the sides of both a car and what looks like the back of a box truck, and depicts three horses wearing night vision goggles along with warplanes, crosshairs, and anguished-looking people. It’s somewhere on the Lower East […]

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09.13.13 Andy Cush

And the winner of a server that once held some Wikileaks’ Iraq War information, sold at auction on eBay this week, is a 17-year-old who used daddy’s account without his permission. The final bid? $33,000. Naturally, dad–an industrial worker in Portugal–wasn’t happy with the purchase, and was able to retract his deal. “My son is 17 […]

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07.17.13 Andy Cush

We’ve already showed you the trailer for We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks, a documentary Julian Assange hates, so here’s the trailer for The Fifth Estate, a Wikileaks narrative film Assange called a “mass propaganda attack against WikiLeaks the organization, and the character of my staff.” Of course, the approval of a film’s subject is hardly a good […]

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03.22.13 Marina Galperina

This trailer for the upcoming We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks documentary looks legit. Alex Gibney also directed Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room, Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson and Client 9, so, yes, it’s probably legit. Filmed with the startling immediacy of unfolding history, Academy Award-winning director Alex Gibney’s We Steal Secrets: The […]

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03.28.12 Joseph Schulhoff

The man who brought you the WikiLeaks Truck as a way to raise awareness about Bradley Manning and the whistleblower website, has added another vehicle to the fleet. Activist-prankster Clark Stokely and his team have created the WikiLeaks Race Car, a Mazda RX8 fully loaded with WikiLeaks and OWS-inspired vinyl logos. […]

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11.23.11 Bucky Turco

Hooray! The owner of the famed “WikiLeaks Top Secret Mobile Information Collection Unit” has found his truck after it went missing for a few days. Apparently, after he was arrested, Clark Stoeckley says the police “left it in a bus spot and let it collect tickets til it got towed.” He eventually located it at […]

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11.22.11 Bucky Turco

The Wikileaks truck, which has become somewhat of an Occupy Wall Street mascot, has been abducted by the NYPD. Clark Stoeckley, the vehicle’s owner, says it was towed away on Thursday at the corner of Broadway and Cedar Street. That’s where he refused to consent to a search—which he captured on video—by officers and was […]

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