Would you feel differently about Snowden, Greenwald, and Assange if you knew what they really thought?
By Sean Wilentz - 20 January 11:06
High-profile leakers have largely set the terms in the debate over transparency and privacy. But do they deserve the prestige and influence that has been accorded to them?
By Alex Hern - 23 August 02:15
Abigail Brady, who edits the site as Morwen, explains the polite notes and not-votes behind the scenes.
By Jane Fae - 22 August 05:30
The soldier formerly known as Bradley Manning has announced that from now on she will living as a woman. What will life be like for a trans woman inside the US prison system?
By John Pilger - 08 August 08:26
In 2010, Private Manning did his duty to humanity and supplied proof from within the murder machine. This is his triumph, and his show trial merely expresses corrupt power’s abiding fear of people learning the truth.
By Carl Gardner - 19 June 02:15
Britain’s only real option is to doggedly pursue arrest and extradition, however long it takes.
By Laurie Penny - 03 June 08:25
The young soldier has become a symbol of the information war and its discontents.
By Alex Gibney - 26 February 09:59
A response to John Pilger from Alex Gibney, director of "We Steal Secrets: the Story of WikiLeaks".
By John Pilger - 14 February 08:39
WikiLeaks is a rare example of a newsgathering organisation that exposes the truth. Julian Assange is by no means alone.
By New Statesman - 07 February 09:25
He should leave the Ecuadorean embassy without delay.
By Jemima Khan - 06 February 12:15
WikiLeaks – whose mission statement was “to produce a more just society based upon truth” – has been guilty of the same obfuscation and misinformation as those it sought to expose, while its supporters are expected to follow, unquestioningly, in blinkered