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January 15, 2007

Wikileaks Promotes Freedom of Information

The Washington Post has an article about a new site that promotes freedom of government information, all without the blessing of government.  Wikileaks.org allows users to upload embarrassing government documents without leaving a trail as to their source.  Imagine the Pentagon Papers winding up here rather than in the New York Times or the Washington Post.  In fact, the main page has an supportive statement from Daniel Ellsberg on the site concept.  One document appears on the site as of now.  Many more should follow once the word gets out - literally.

The Post article is here.

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