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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'?"
Learn more in today's DoD Report.
The controversial website WikiLeaks, which argues the cause of openness in leaking classified or confidential documents, has set up an elaborate global financial network.
Learn more in today's cybersecurity update.
Also, could the long-awaited $35 billion Air Force tanker contract be delayed again? and DoD on alert for next round of Wikileaks
It's one thing to read about individual Taliban attacks in WikiLeaks' trove of war logs. It's something quite different to see the bombings and the shootings mount, and watch the insurgency metastasize.
DoD also cutting improper payments, Army off-road GPS app tracks threats
The Pentagon is demanding that online whistle-blower WikiLeaks return its trove of tens of thousands of leaked U.S. government documents and delete them from its website and records. The Associated Press reports Pentagon press secretary Geoff Morrell didn't say what efforts the Defense Department might be able to take to compel Wikileaks to comply. He told a Pentagon press conference that, at this point, the Pentagon is asking Wikileaks "to do the right thing." Wikileaks posted nearly 77,000 classified military and other documents, mostly raw intelligence reports from Afghanistan, on its website July 25.
The Obama Administration's aggressive pursuit of leakers is moving forward.
Julian Assange wants the Pentagon's help.