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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6:05 Finally! A WikiLeaks / football (soccer, to you) link! Sports Illustrated writer says he wants to run for president of FIFA, and finds maybe he is not joking. Among the weapons in his "Arsenal" (so to speak): “I would love to do a WikiLeaks on FIFA,” Wahl said. “If I’m president I’ll release all of the internal documents to the public, I’ll start an internal investigation to see if this organization really is corrupt. I think the international Olympic committee went through something like this and they have a much cleaner reputation now.”
5:55 From one of new cables on Bahrain: Head of Bahrain intelligence agency "valued contact" of US embassy.
5:50 WikiLeaks just released hundreds of new Bahrainian cables.
5:20 Important piece on librarians and WikiLeaks. No, really, don’t miss it.
5:10 In spirit of what I’ve been doing for awhile, Ryan Gallagher puts together long list of WikiLeaks revelations and how they’ve been covered.
3:25 As Libya revolt grows, a collection of WikiLeaks cables on LIbya, well beyond the infamous "nurse."
1:20 @WikiLeaks tweets: "Many new cables from around the world released http://wikileaks.ch/reldate/2011-02-18_0.html?x ."