From politicians and professors to computer scientists and the first programmer, these are the champions of the open internet.
The man behind WikiLeaks will premier a brand new program where he will interview prominent thinkers.
Union Square Venture’s Fred Wilson has said that now the infrastructure of the Internet and the applications have been established, the next step is revolutions personified by Wikileaks, BitCoin, the Arab Spring, the hacking attack on PlayStation Network and other changes.
'Threat to one is a threat to all' treaty cited in White House report – but open net versus privacy analysis omits WikiLeaks.
It does not bode well for a government when its choice for the country’s new anti-corruption chief is blocked by the judiciary because he has been accused of corruption.
The site promises a safe space for users to send restricted documents on public interest matters pertaining to education.
Matt Terenzio, an entrepreneurial journalism student at CUNY, has developed a service which lets citizens "leak" anonymous tips to the local media.
A selection of lifestyle news from around the web.
A 1,800-word dispatch, recently uncovered by Wikileaks, mused on the state-of-play in the election race and, crucially, on the personality of the woman who would later that year be elected the first female president in Brazilian history.
Douglas Rushkoff talks about how the shutdown of WikiLeaks could prompt a new decentralized computer network, and the rise of a new virtual currency called Bitcoins.