Sweden drops rape charges against Julian Assange
Assange may still remain in hiding, however
WikiLeaks ‘exposes people’s personal data’ in leaked files
Rape victims and other innocent people named in WikiLeaks documents, says AP
Julian Assange to leave Ecuadorian Embassy "soon"
Wikileaks founder claims his two-year stay at the embassy in London will soon be over
Pressure mounts on US to drop Wikileaks investigation
Human rights organisations claim investigation could put all journalists at risk of prosecution
Julian Assange unlikely to be charged by US government
No way to prosecute Assange without also taking legal action against journalists.
Hacker targets police and recruitment sites in pro-Assange
Computer hacker claims to have published information belonging to Hertfordshire Police on Pastebin.
Anonymous attacks UK gov websites in Assange protest
‘Hacktivists’ target Ministry of Justice website over handling of Wikileaks founder asylum case.
Supreme Court unanimously decides to extradict Wikileaks
Julian Assange likely to be questioned in Sweden.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange loses Supreme Court hearing
Judges green light extradition to Sweden.
Assange allowed to continue extradition fight
Assange won't have his hearing in the Supreme Court, but it will look into the case.
WikiLeaks' Julian Assange loses appeal
Assange is facing extradition back to Sweden if his lawyers can't do anything about it.
Visa and MasterCard WikiLeaks donations reopened
Julian Assange will be happy to see Visa and MasterCard donations can now be made via WikiLeaks partner DataCell.
WikiLeaks app pulled from Apple store
Just days after its launch, a WikiLeaks app is no longer on Apple's App Store.
Week in Review: Cloud carnage and Twitter time
This week saw the launch of our Cloud Power channel, whilst Twitter was under the spotlight.
Total Twitter court ban not ‘feasible’
A lawyer says a total ban on Twitter in court is not feasible.
WikiLeaks alternative OpenLeaks spawned by former workers
OpenLeaks will provide the technology to allow organisations to publish confidential documents.
WikiLeaks founder arrested in UK
Julian Assange is arrested by the Metropolitan Police on accusations of sexual assault.