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Government plan to force ISP backups of emails could lead to leaks, warns cyber security expert

The mass leaking of millions of Syrian emails to WikiLeaks could occur in Britain if the government presses ahead with plans to monitor our internet activity, cyber security experts have warned.

WikiLeaks is back – without Assange, but with a cache of Syrian emails

WikiLeaks today signalled that it can still publish embarrassing data with or without its controversial founder, as the whistle-blowing platform unveiled what it described as its biggest leak since the release of diplomatic cables from the US.

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Julian Assange: The WikiLeaks founder faces extradition to Sweden

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The News Matrix: Monday 25 June 2012

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Ambassador heads to Ecuador for Assange talks

The Ecuadorian ambassador is understood to be flying out to her nation's capital this weekend for talks on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

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Julian Assange's lawyer admits Ecuadorian asylum bid 'makes him look like a suspect'

Julian Assange’s Swedish lawyer admitted today that his client’s decision to seek refuge in the Ecuadorian Embassy made him look like he was trying to avoid facing sexual assault allegations. But he said the threat of extradition to the United States forced the 40-year-old to take such drastic action.

Julian Assange would not reveal where today's emails had come from

Third night at Ecuadorean embassy for Julian Assange

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is little closer to discovering whether his request for political asylum in Ecuador will be accepted after he spent a third night at the country's embassy in London.

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