How to Access Wikileaks

The Thai-related cables released so far

More Wikileaks mirror sites
- BoingBoing, December 3, 2010

http://46.59.1.2/
http://88.80.13.160/
http://213.251.145.96/
http://wikileaks.ch/

[Thanks to Mud for pointing this out.]

WIkileaks on Twitter - Wikileaks on Facebook

WL Central - An unofficial WikiLeaks information resource

US embassy cables: XXXX XXXX opposed to 2008 coup - The Guardian, December 14, 2010

Samak's spirit returning from the grave? - The Nation, December 15, 2010
[As the Nation implies, it is probably not surprising that Samak was attempting to run down royal figures to foreign diplomats considering the high level of rhetoric that was coming out of People Power Party in 2008.]

The Wikileaks sex files: How two one-night stands sparked a worldwide hunt for Julian Assange - Daily Mail, December 7, 2010
...Swedes are calling the whole squalid affair a honeytrap, a plot to bring down the Wikileaks supremo...


Twitter is censoring the discussion of #Wikileaks - bubbloy.wordpress.com, December 5, 2010

Wikileaks: Burma Passes Asean News to Beijing - The Temasek Review, December 4, 2010

WikiLeaks US embassy cables: live updates

U.S. Military in Iraq Tries to Intimidate Soldiers Into Not Reading Wikileaks - Gawker, December 3, 2010
U.S. soldiers in Iraq who try to read about the Wikileaks disclosures—or read coverage of them in mainstream news sites—on unclassified networks get a page warning them that they're about to break the law...

WikiLeaks: How the U.S. Helped Bring in a 'Merchant of Death' - Time, December 3, 2010
...It was suggested that a senior DEA official join Attorney General Holder in that meeting to emphasize "the extensive U.S. commitment of law enforcement resources to Thailand" and "massive DEA commitment to Thailand." The ambassador also recommended that the governments of Colombia, Sierra Leone and Liberia weigh in on Bout's case to the Thai government...

No job if you link to WikiLeaks, warns Columbia - richardbrenneman.wordpress.com, December 2, 2010
...He recommends that you DO NOT post links to these documents nor make comments on social media sites such as Facebook or through Twitter. Engaging in these activities would call into question your ability to deal with confidential information, which is part of most positions with the federal government...

Library of Congress Is Latest Government Institution to Block Wikileaks - Gawker, December 3, 2010

WikiLeaks' War on Secrecy: Truth's Consequences - Time, December 2, 2010

Wikileaks.org domain 'killed' - BoingBoing, December 2, 2010

Foreign Ministry to clarify about Wikileaks - Bangkok Post, December 3, 2010

Wikileaks alleged Russia bribed Bout witnesses - The Nation, December 2, 2010
...He warned that the extraditions proceedings had become "tainted as a result of the efforts by Bout's associates to bribe Thai officials".
John said the Americans had uncovered several examples of influence and corruption. These included the false testimony by a witness, an attempt to procure the personal secretary of the crown prince of Thailand to testify on Bout's behalf, and "evidence of bribery schemes gathered throughout the world"...

US embassy cables: Russian mafia active in Thailand - Guardian, December 1, 2010

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