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Ecuador grants citizenship to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange after Britain denies request to issue diplomatic status
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Ecuador grants citizenship to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange after Britain denies request to issue diplomatic status

This comes after Britain denied a request by Ecuador to issue diplomatic status to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

WikiLeaks tweets link to leaked Donald Trump book; Fire and Fury remains top of Amazon bestseller list
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WikiLeaks tweets link to leaked Donald Trump book; Fire and Fury remains top of Amazon bestseller list

WikiLeaks has tweeted a link to the text of the new book critical of President Donald Trump that has angered the president, his staff and his allies.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's Twitter account suddenly vanishes; has reappeared once again
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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's Twitter account suddenly vanishes; has reappeared once again

People believed that it was a move to silence Assange ahead of a major revelation on the part of WikiLeaks.

US govt denies undermining an investigation into the massive data breach at Italian cybersecurity firm Hacking Team
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US govt denies undermining an investigation into the massive data breach at Italian cybersecurity firm Hacking Team

A Milan magistrate last week recommended shelving an investigation into six people who were suspected of orchestrating the 2015 data theft.

Ecuador warns WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange over support for Catalonian independence
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Ecuador warns WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange over support for Catalonian independence

Ecuador has told WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to avoid making statements that could affect the country's international relations

Donald Trump Jr releases communication with WikiLeaks during final stages of 2016 presidential election
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Donald Trump Jr releases communication with WikiLeaks during final stages of 2016 presidential election

Donald Trump Jr released on Monday a series of messages he had with WikiLeaks after a report suggested he had secretly liaised with the group that published Hillary Clinton's emails during the 2016 election

WikiLeaks puts up $100,000 reward for anyone who provides redacted parts of files related to JFK
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WikiLeaks puts up $100,000 reward for anyone who provides redacted parts of files related to JFK

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange tweeted: "The agencies have had literally 25 years to prepare for the scheduled release today. The delay is inexcusable."

WikiLeaks released Clinton emails to take heat off Donald Trump's tape bragging about women, claims Hillary
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WikiLeaks released Clinton emails to take heat off Donald Trump's tape bragging about women, claims Hillary

Clinton's devastating election loss to Trump remains raw and she again lashed out at WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and his alleged role in damaging her candidacy.

EFI upgrade issues have left millions of Apple Macs vulnerable to targeted attacks, PCs are likely to be worse off: Study
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EFI upgrade issues have left millions of Apple Macs vulnerable to targeted attacks, PCs are likely to be worse off: Study

Security firm Duo has published a report stating that Apple Macs are not getting critical firmware updates essential for system security.

Twitter users in US shared more polarising political news from
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Twitter users in US shared more polarising political news from "junk" sources during 2016 US elections: Study

This content uses divisive and inflammatory rhetoric, and presents faulty reasoning or misleading information to manipulate the readers' understanding of public issues and feed conspiracy theories

CIA director cancels talk at Harvard Kennedy School after it hires Chelsea Manning as visiting fellow
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CIA director cancels talk at Harvard Kennedy School after it hires Chelsea Manning as visiting fellow

CIA director Mike Pompeo has cancelled a talk at the Harvard Kennedy School after it hired Chelsea Manning as a visiting fellow.

United States: WikiLeaks reveals CIA's secret Protego missile control system
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United States: WikiLeaks reveals CIA's secret Protego missile control system

WikiLeaks has released several documents of the Central Intelligence Agency's (CIA) secret missile control system, the organisation announced.

Panama papers case: NAB recommends seizure of Nawaz Sharif's family assets
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Panama papers case: NAB recommends seizure of Nawaz Sharif's family assets

has forwarded four references, prepared against the Sharif family, to its headquarters in Islamabad proposing seizure of the entire assets of ousted Prime Minister

Aadhaar data is stored and processed on secure, air gapped servers: UIDAI
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Aadhaar data is stored and processed on secure, air gapped servers: UIDAI

The UIDAI has been fire-fighting allegations of unauthorised access to data.

UIDAI refutes reports of Aadhaar data snoop; says system secure
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UIDAI refutes reports of Aadhaar data snoop; says system secure

The UIDAI on Sunday asserted that Aadhaar system has stringent security features to prevent any unauthorised capture or transmission of data, refuting reports that hinted at sensitive biometric data being allegedly accessed by certain foreign agencies.

Cross Match Technologies, the Aadhaar Vendor linked to CIA refutes claims made by WikiLeaks
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Cross Match Technologies, the Aadhaar Vendor linked to CIA refutes claims made by WikiLeaks

According to the link to a story tweeted out by Wikileaks, tools developed by Cross Match Technologies are being used by CIA to access the Aadhaar database.

Wikileaks point to report alleging CIA could have access to Aadhaar data; officials say database is secure
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Wikileaks point to report alleging CIA could have access to Aadhaar data; officials say database is secure

Wikileaks sent out a tweet on Friday, which almost seems to allege that central intelligence agency (CIA) spies might already be having access to the Aadhaar database.

President Trump is required to notify US lawmakers before creating joint US-Russia cyber security unit
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President Trump is required to notify US lawmakers before creating joint US-Russia cyber security unit

The proposal, if it became law, would be the latest in a series of maneuvers by Congress to limit President Trump's authority on Russian matters.

WikiLeaks offers job to the Google employee who was fired for writing the anti-diversity memo
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WikiLeaks offers job to the Google employee who was fired for writing the anti-diversity memo

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on 8 August offered a job to the Google employee who was fired for writing an anti-diversity memo.

PML-N claims Nawaz Sharif deprived brother Shehbaz's opportunity to become Prime Minister
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PML-N claims Nawaz Sharif deprived brother Shehbaz's opportunity to become Prime Minister

Pakistan's disqualified Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has "smartly deprived" his younger brother Shahbaz Sharif of an opportunity to become premier