sábado, 29 de enero de 2011

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(New York, NY)  --  The founder of WikiLeaks says he enjoys seeing banks on edge, thinking they may be the next targets of his website.
In an interview on CBS TV's "60 Minutes," Julian Assange says, quote, "I think its great. We have all these banks squirming, thinking maybe it's them."  CBS released a partial transcipt ahead of Sunday's broadcast of the interview.
Assange has published U.S. diplomatic and military secrets. He told "60 Minutes" that he expects U.S. retaliation but that the American government is incapable of taking down his website.
Assange talked with "60 Minutes" reporter Steve Kroft who spent two days with him on the grounds of the private residence in England where he is under house arrest.
Assange is trying to block attempts to extradite him to Sweden to answer allegations of sexual assault.
(Copyright 2011 by VERTEXNews/Newsroom Solutions)

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3 comentarios:

  1. Remember when wikileaks was started and it was going to be all about allowing people in places like (say) Egypt avoid government restrictions?
    Soft target is soft.

  2. Assange is like the ultra-troll.

  3. I think Assange is the greatest advocate of transparency and freedom we have in our modern age.