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UPDATE The Thursday edition of this blog.
11:55 Seemingly important updates by the Wired folks tonight saying they reviewed the chat logs and found NO unpublished Manning references to Assange. This leads BoingBoing to suggest in a new piece (see earlier one just below) that this undermines some of Lamo’s claims and will make it harder to go after Assange in this matter.
10:50 BoingBoing recaps the Greenwald-Wired debate.
10:35 FBI raid and probe seems aimed at Operation Payback, Anonymous and cyber attacks on PayPal.
10:30 Assange tells Al Jazeera about Arab officials who spy for CIA, shows files.
10:25 Have to agree with Glenn Greenwald on this tweet: “This has been an intense day – & it’s amazing how central of a role Twitter now plays in these disputes/debates.”
10:20 WikiPizz, a French pizza delivery service, supports WikiLeaks with custom toppings. What, no Julian carrots?
12:10 Don’t miss: HaikuLeaks — haiku based on the cables. Sample: They do not know when / those attacks might occur or / what form they will take.”
12:05 Dave Winer on the Greenwald vs. Wired battle — good as far as it goes, but then he stops, wanting to stick to core issue.
11:55 Award-winning film about my old friend Dan Ellsberg, “The Most Dangerous Man in America,” now on Netflix. I guess sequel will be, “The Most Dangerous Man in the World.”