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"On Friday morning, WikiLeaks and the cache of secret diplomatic documents that have proved to be a scourge for governments around the world were only accessible through a string of digits known as a DNS address. The site later re-emerged with a Swiss domain,"

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange speaks during a press conference in London, 07/06/10. (photo: Andrew Winning/Reuters)
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange speaks during a press conference in London, 07/06/10. (photo: Andrew Winning/Reuters) your social media marketing partner


+3 # bjw 2010-12-03 12:46
This is an epic battle fought on a worldwide scale. The more people like Lieberman try to shut down wikileaks, the more attention will be paid and the more people will see the shutdown as a challenge to their right to know and share what they know.

The trumpets have sounded.
+6 # Jim Brauner 2010-12-03 13:13
It has galvanized me to end buying from Amazon and I told them so. Yes, this is a terminal point where more and more folks are waking up to the unprecedented level of lies and manipulations by the Government. We need to reclaim governance for the people
+2 # BBFmail 2010-12-03 14:59
NYT posted the address of the new WIKILEAKS website this morning. Had no problem accessing it.
+2 # BBFmail 2010-12-03 15:11
This is from the WIKILEAKS website this morning:

* 15, 652 secret
* 101,748 confidential
* 133,887 unclassified

* Iraq most discussed country – 15,365 (Cables coming from Iraq – 6,677)
* Ankara, Turkey had most cables coming from it – 7,918
* From Secretary of State office - 8,017

According to the US State Departments labeling system, the most frequent subjects discussed are:

* External political relations – 145,451
* Internal government affairs – 122,896
* Human rights – 55,211
* Economic Conditions – 49,044
* Terrorists and terrorism – 28,801
* UN security council – 6,532
0 # Activista 2010-12-04 00:27
If these DOS (Denial of Service) were going against Pentagon = CYBERTERRORISM - we would known within hours who is doing that.
Now when CYBERTERRORISM comes from USrael - all is kosher.
What is Joe Lieberman, chairman of the Senate's committee on homeland security - doing against Cyber Terrorism - supporting terrorism.
ISP knows IPs/country where the attack is comming from.
0 # Nelson Valderrama 2010-12-04 17:09
JUST SENT TO Sen. Lieby:

Ref. Wikileaks:
What's the matter Joe? Is the stench emitted by your government's dirty laundry too overpowering for your extra sensitive nose?
+1 # JohnDThompson 2010-12-05 13:31
Wikileaks' site is still accessible here:

Using the raw IP address bypasses the DNS system. You can always add this line to your system's "hosts" file if you don't want to have to remember the IP address:

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