After political and denial-of-service attacks, WikiLeaks quietly bolsters its electronic infrastructure in a bid to become more difficult to censor.
Julian Assange, leader of the controversial information-sharing site, has been arrested. He's accused of sexual molestation and rape in Sweden, London police say.
Activists set up mirror sites to keep WikiLeaks online while PayPal suffers a DoS attack over its decision to cut off services to controversial whistle-blower site.
Publisher of classified information disappeared from the Net yesterday when an address service cut the group off. It's back with new sites hosted in Switzerland, Germany, Finland, and the Netherlands.
The popular online payment service "permanently restricts" the account hitherto used in fund-raising efforts by the controversial clearinghouse for leaked documents.