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A website set up by WikiLeaks to host leaked US diplomatic cables has been the victim of an online attack known as a denial of service that flood the website with access requests.
The searchable database includes a new collection of diplomatic records from the 1970s and more recent State Department memos.
The whistle-blowing group is to publish more than two million emails that will "embarrass" Syria, but also Western nations that are dealing with the oppressive Assad regime.
Whistleblowing website WikiLeaks has stopped publishing classified files, saying it's under attack from US financial institutions.
Apple, evidently, has a lot of employees with drinking problems, and it keeps letting those employees take iPhone prototypes out of the building. Really? Wow, dudes. Also, T-Mobile tries to pump up its employees over the merger situation, you can finally legally play Doom in Germany, tablet makers try everything but the easy solution, and China is going to kill us all. Or give us $99 tablets, hard to say. And Buzz Out Loud is getting out of the daily deals business.
The head of a leading German space company has lost his job, after ill-advised comments he allegedly made to US diplomats about the Galileo sat-nav project were made public by WikiLeaks.
An extradition hearing for WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange is set for early February. Also, Assange's lawyer plans to publish online the legal arguments against Sweden's request.
Following rumors about why #wikileaks disappeared from Twitter's trending topics list, Twitter says it was not the result of any attempt to suppress information.
We're stealing lines from "Love, Actually" today, because Natali can quote it by heart when it's super a propos to a guy very disturbingly embedding a camera in the back of his own head. Ew. But hey, it's art! Also, Twitter says it's not suppressing Wikileaks as a trending topic--although it's a trending topic in our show. And AT&T is the worst carrier in America, says Consumer Reports. Hey, at least we didn't say it this time. --Molly
Amazon has ejected the WikiLeaks website, featuring leaked US embassy cables, from its servers -- after being questioned by the US Senate Homeland Security Committee.