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10:10 Yahoo News with big piece tonight on The Guardian planning new push in USA, this time based out of NYC. But also includes some comments from editor on falling out with WikiLeaks: "Rusbridger said he had not had any recent contact: ‘I’ve heard that he’s working on a new project with some different media partners, but I don’t know what it is and he’s obviously decided to move on from us.’ But Rusbridger did confirm that The Guardian has been in talks about a possible collaboration with OpenLeaks, a newer document-leaking platform launched in December by high-ranking WikiLeaks defector Daniel Domscheit-Berg. (New York Times executive editor Bill Keller also said recently that his newspaper is mulling an OpenLeaks venture.) On the other hand, The Guardian may develop an in-house document-leaking system, Rusbridger said–in the same vein as a project that the New York Times is reportedly planning. ‘We haven’t yet definitively worked out how effectively we could build the technology,’ he said."
8:50 Michael Busch, who also has terrific blog, interviews yours truly, dubbing me "The Marathon Man" of WikiLeaks…