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The BBC reports that Chinese officials orchestrated the hacking at Google earlier this year, according to WikiLeaks cables.
Federal employees are being warned not to look at documents leaked by WikiLeaks website,
Congress is now expected to pass whistleblower legislation that would give employees in the intelligence community a way to report corruption and waste. Attorney Debra Roth explains the ramifications.
"Open" isn't always "better."
What if there's more than one source for Wikileaks?
In the wake of the WikiLeaks release, the Pentagon is taking steps to better secure its information. Gordon Lubold, a reporter for Politico, brings us the details.
The military has assembled a team of 120 people to respond to the publication of about 400,000 documents related to the Iraq war effort in expectation that whistle-blower website WikiLeaks
No U.S. intelligence sources or practices were compromised by the posting of secret Afghan war logs by the WikiLeaks website, the Pentagon has concluded, but the military thinks the leaks could still cause significant damage to U.S. security interests.
Julian Assange is at it again: The WikiLeaks founder has released a CIA document that asks, "What if foreigners see the United States as an 'exporter of terrorism'?"