Assange Hopes for Prison* Release

That man who's under the mistaken impression he's in a prison would like to be allowed out of the prison of his own imagination, and is asking the UK courts to have him... released. Read More >>

4chan’s Trying to Get Julian Assange Back Online

Earlier this week the Ecuadorian Embassy in London confirmed that it had cut off Julian Assange's internet access, because they didn't want him interfering with the ongoing US presidential election. Now 4chan has concocted a plan to get him back online. Read More >>

Julian Assange May Walk Out of His Ecuadorian Self-Jail

Rumours from those associated with the Wikileaks group claim that Assange might be hogging the headlines again soon, with the international sex crime allegations fugitive apparently ready to leave his diplomatic hidey-hole and face... whatever happens next. Read More >>

Assange Has Another Pop at Google, Saying it’s Grown “Big and Bad”

Julian Assange has been typing furiously from inside his Ecuadorian holiday apartment, writing his forthcoming book When Google Met WikiLeaks -- and sticking it to Google boss Eric Schmidt. Read More >>

Julian Assange Will Leave Ecuadorian Embassy Bedsit… “Soon”

Julian Assange has confirmed that he's preparing to leave the safe confines of the Ecuadorian embassy and potentially hand himself over to the police, taking down his Joy Division posters and ending his period of isolation today some time soon. Read More >>

GCHQ Harvested IP Addresses of Wikileaks Visitors in Real-Time

Our GCHQ security service has been caught boasting about its spying expertise again, with files revealing that in 2012 it had the ability to monitor access to Wikileaks in real-time and pull in potentially identifying IP address data from visitors -- and the search terms used to find the site. Read More >>

WikiLeaks Spills Its Biggest Ever Stash of Secret US Records

WikiLeaks has just released its biggest ever stash of formerly confidential information. Referred to as the "Kissinger Cables", they include 1.7 million diplomatic records from between 1973 and 1976. Read More >>

Embassy Cop’s Notepad: “Assange to be Arrested Under all Circumstances”

The bizarre case of Julian Assange and his Ecuadorian bedsit gets stranger by the day, with the latest twist coming from photos of a policeman's notepad as he stood guarding Assange's London bolt-hole. Read More >>

Anonymous Attacks Britain Over Assange Treatment

Looks like Julian Assange has a few friends in the Anonymous collective. OpFreeAssange is in full swing after yesterday's pleas from the Ecuadorian embassy, with attacks on the Justice Department, the Home Office, and the Department of Work and Pensions -- that well known persecutor of whistle blowers. Read More >>

Assange Still in Line to be Booted Out of the UK, as Supreme Court Rejects Appeal

It's been a while since we last heard anything of the loose-lipped, silver-haired distributor of the world's secrets, as he's been embroiled in one final battle to avoid being extradited to Sweden to face sexual harassment charges. He's just lost that case. Read More >>

Wikileaks Has Spawned Books, a Film… And Now an Opera?

Just when you thought there was enough drama surrounding Julian Assange, here comes some more. Because those crazy Australians are planning a freaking Wikileaks opera to celebrate their home-grown hacker-cum-sexual deviant. Read More >>

Let Out Your Daughters — Julian Assange Loses Extradition Appeal

Loose-lipped, silver-haired lothario Julian Assange has lost his appeal to stay in the UK, and will be extradited to Sweden to face trial over alleged rape and sexual molestation charges. Read More >>