Julian Assange has been detained without charge for 1571 days.
– 1011 days inside the Ecuadorian Embassy.
Chelsea Manning has been in prison for 1765 days.
Jeremy Hammond has been in prison for 1117 days.
Barrett Brown has been in prison for 926 days.
A secret Grand Jury on WikiLeaks has been active for 1863 days.
- Coverage continues of the secret TPP Investment Chapter released yesterday by WikiLeaks.
- Boing Boing: TPP leak: states give companies the right to repeal nations’ laws
- CREDO: Leaked TPP chapter confirms our worst fears about disastrous trade agreement
- EcoWatch: Obama’s Trade Deals Could Overturn New York’s Fracking Ban and Accelerate Climate Change
- FFII: TPP ISDS is rigged to advantage U.S.
- Firedoglake: TPP Would Empower Thousands of US Firms to Sue Governments
- Huffington Post: TPP Investor Language Will Leave Taxpayers on the Hook
- IB Times: Despite Leak Of TPP Text, Obama Officials Say Trade Deal Will Not Let Companies Overturn US Laws
- Infojustice: Leaked TPP ISDS Chapter Threatens Intellectual Property Limitations and Exceptions
- IP Watch: Inside Views: How The Leaked TPP ISDS Chapter Threatens Intellectual Property Limitations and Exceptions
- MacroBusiness: The TPP is so bad even the US congress is shocked
- Malay Mail: US groups raise concerns over leaked TPP dispute-settlement plan
- Stuff NZ: NZ could be sued by overseas companies – leaked TPPA docs
- Techdirt: Corporate Sovereignty Provisions Of TPP Agreement Leaked Via WikiLeaks: Would Massively Undermine Government Sovereignty
- TeleSUR: Peruvian Newspaper Reveals TPP Favors Foreign Companies
- Vox: WikiLeaks reveals one of the most controversial chapters of Obama’s big Asia trade deal
- WikiLeaks tweeted the following regarding a current rumour: “There’s a wildly popular story going around that we recently published documents showing that Paul McCartney died in 1966. We didn’t.”
Julian Assange News:
- L’Espresso published an exclusive interview with Julian Assange for the upcoming fifth anniversary of WikiLeaks’ publication of Collateral Murder. The interview will be available in English soon.
- In an interview with Today’s Zaman, Julian Assange’s lawyer Per E Samuelson discussed the US investigation into WikiLeaks, Assange’s asylum, and recent updates in the Swedish case.
- A purported 1996 email from Julian Assange has been spreading around online which discusses NSA surveillance of key internet routers.