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Julian Assange No. 41 on AskMen's Top 49 Influential Men List

By Darrick Thomas on
Few people were as much of a lightning rod for controversy in 2011 than Julian Assange, whose whistle blowing website WikiLeaks. As AskMen notes, "Some hailed him as a revolutionary, others a terrorist." While people can debate Assange's motives for expose classified documents and diplomatic cables, it certainly has governments and political powers somewhat scared and hopefully this keeps them honest. The ethical implications over WikiLeaks remains murky. The site has the potential to put...Read Full Story

Julian Assange Pictures and Bio

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Julian Assange has a long history of getting the government's attention. The Australian-born Wikileaks.org founder was well into his hacking career by his 20th birthday, and in 1991 his Melbourne home was raided by the Australian Federal Police. Assange ended up pleading guilty to 24 charges of hacking. He was fined $2,100 (Australian) and released on bond for good conduct. Throughout his career, Assange has also been a celebrated software writer who works primarily to facilitate the free...Read Full Story

Wikileaks Video Released

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A new Wikileaks video is making worldwide headlines today.  WikiLeaks is a website that allows people to post information, including photos and videos, that 'powerful interests' would prefer to keep secret.  In this case, that powerful interest is the United States government and military.  Today's Wikileaks video shows a US-led attack on seemingly innocent Iraqi men from 2007.The video has now been posted on YouTube and is being shared on social networking sites including Twitter and...Read Full Story
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