As I’ve done for more than 11 weeks, I will be updating news and views on all things WikiLeaks all day, with new items added at the top. All times are ET in USA. You can contact me at email@example.com, Read about or order my new book, The Age of WikiLeaks, just updated, in print or as e-book.
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9:35 @WikiLeaks tweets: "New important cables from Eastern Europe, Russia, EU, Indonesia, Turkey http://wikileaks.ch/reldate/2011-02-18_0.html ."
7:00 Barrett Brown at The Guardian on the Anonymous hackery of HBGary and all of the surprising fallout since. He was misled by Aaron Barr.
4:40 Telegraph with new cables showing Hillary Clinton wanted derogatory info on KIng of Bahrain’s sons.
4:30 Matthew Dowd, the former Bush aide who turned to criticizing him — and, two months ago, backing WikiLeaks — has a new piece at National Journal further explaining his belief in "candor."
3:30 The estimable Andy Greenberg at Forbes on how Anonymous hackery could end up hurting WikiLeaks. "But if Anonymous has won a battle against those who want WikiLeaks destroyed, it might not have helped WikiLeaks in its other fight: the one for hearts and minds. Simply having Anonymous on its side may be contaminating WikiLeaks’ reputation at a moment when it most needs legitimacy."
3:20 Special one-day sale on my Age of Wikileaks book, just $10.95 in print and $4.99 e-book.
3:15 Another nation heard from: The Guardian on Uganda cables. Death of a human rights activist, homophobia, more.
3:10 Major piece for Foreign Policy by Rebecca MacKinnon "Internet Freedom" in the Age of Assange "From Egyptian Facebookers to WikiLeaks to China’s Great Firewall, the State Department’s efforts to promote an open global Internet just got a lot more complicated." And how.