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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

Wikileaks releases about 21,000 emails from French president's campaign
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Wikileaks releases about 21,000 emails from French president's campaign

WikiLeaks said it had confirmed that the 21,075 emails were sent or received by addresses associated with the campaign.

WikiLeaks releases 20,000 emails from French president Emmanuel Macron's campaign
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WikiLeaks releases 20,000 emails from French president Emmanuel Macron's campaign

Roughly 20,000 emails allegedly stolen from French President Emmanuel Macron's campaign have been digitally verified and published to WikiLeaks, the group said

WikiLeaks releases documents provided to the CIA by Raytheon for developing malware
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WikiLeaks releases documents provided to the CIA by Raytheon for developing malware

The CIA could use bits and pieces of malware in the wild to hide the origin of the tools they created from forensic investigators.

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange supports lawsuit against Donald Trump on blocking Twitter users
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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange supports lawsuit against Donald Trump on blocking Twitter users

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has supported a lawsuit filed against US President Donald Trump by a group of Twitter users whom he blocked last week.

Analysis suggests documents posted by WikiLeaks led to Hillary Clinton's failure in the US elections
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Analysis suggests documents posted by WikiLeaks led to Hillary Clinton's failure in the US elections

Criticism by documents posted by global whistleblower WikiLeaks on Twitter played a key role in the failure of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's victory.

WikiLeaks releases documents related to HighRise, an SMS proxy for CIA operatives
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WikiLeaks releases documents related to HighRise, an SMS proxy for CIA operatives

Unlike most of the other tools released as part of the Vault 7 disclosures, HighRise is not easy to install on a target device for surveillance purposes.

Donald Trump's presidential win had vital role by WikiLeaks, says UK study done on viral tweets
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Donald Trump's presidential win had vital role by WikiLeaks, says UK study done on viral tweets

Criticism of Hillary Clinton over documents posted by WikiLeaks played a key role in her failed US presidential campaign and successful election of Donald Trump

WikiLeaks played key role in Hillary Clinton's defeat in US presidential election, says study
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WikiLeaks played key role in Hillary Clinton's defeat in US presidential election, says study

Criticism by documents posted by WikiLeaks played a key role in the failure of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's victory in the 2016 US presidential race

Julian Assange says he urged Donald Trump Jr to publish Russia emails via WikiLeaks
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Julian Assange says he urged Donald Trump Jr to publish Russia emails via WikiLeaks

Donald Trump Jr released the emails on Tuesday after The New York Times told him they had the documents and would be reporting on them.

Wikileaks release CIA's documents for credentials stealing tools called BothanSpy and Gyrfalcon
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Wikileaks release CIA's documents for credentials stealing tools called BothanSpy and Gyrfalcon

Wikileaks released three documents from CIA's Vault 7 for two projects code-named BothanSpy and Gyrfalcon targeting network protocols.

CIA knew of Russian influence in US presidential election in August 2016, says report
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CIA knew of Russian influence in US presidential election in August 2016, says report

The CIA had top-level intelligence in August 2016 that Vladimir Putin personally ordered an operation to help Trump win the US presidential race

WikiLeaks releases documents on Brutal Kangaroo, a CIA project to compromise air gapped computers
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WikiLeaks releases documents on Brutal Kangaroo, a CIA project to compromise air gapped computers

The Brutal Kangaroo leaks contain details of a set of tools used by the CIA to compromise air gapped computers through USB drives.

Julian Assange's lawyer accuses Britain of violating international law for denying safe passage out of UK
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Julian Assange's lawyer accuses Britain of violating international law for denying safe passage out of UK

Julian Assange's lawyer accused Britain on Thursday of breaking international law by denying the WikiLeaks founder safe passage out of the country

WikiLeaks releases details of CherryBlossom, a CIA firmware for compromising wireless routers
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WikiLeaks releases details of CherryBlossom, a CIA firmware for compromising wireless routers

The compromised routers could be used to manipulate, control and monitor the internet traffic from all the connected devices.

Chelsea Manning thanks Barack Obama for giving her chance, in first interview after release
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Chelsea Manning thanks Barack Obama for giving her chance, in first interview after release

In her first interview since being released from a top-security US military prison, WikiLeaks source Chelsea Manning says justice "has been served"

Hillary Clinton slams apparent US-Russia collusion against her
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Hillary Clinton slams apparent US-Russia collusion against her

Hillary Clinton went a step further Wednesday in blaming her election loss to Donald Trump on cyber attacks by Russia, saying Americans including associates of the Republican president likely had a hand in the effort.

Wikileaks founder Assange remains in embassy even after Sweden prosecutor drops rape charges
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Wikileaks founder Assange remains in embassy even after Sweden prosecutor drops rape charges

Swedish prosecutors dropped the rape charge against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, but he still remains holed up in London's Ecuador embassy.

Julian Assange says 'war far from over' after Sweden drops allegation of charge
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Julian Assange says 'war far from over' after Sweden drops allegation of charge

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange gave a clenched fist salute Friday after Swedish prosecutors dropped a seven—year rape allegation, but he insisted the "proper war" over his future was just beginning.