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WikiLeaks' financial blockade appears to have been lifted, at least temporarily, according to Iceland-based payment processor DataCell.
DataCell, an Icelandic company that facilitates donations to WikiLeaks, says it's been losing revenue since the credit card companies decided to stop processing payments to the whistle-blowing site.
Visa, MasterCard, and American Express did not violate any regulations by blocking donations to WikiLeaks.
Group that shut down MasterCard.com and PayPal forces Visa offline with a denial-of-service attack as part of its Operation Payback campaign.
The U.S. government indicates WikiLeaks spokesman Julian Assange could be in legal jeopardy for disclosing classified information because he is "not a journalist."
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