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Submission + - Has Wikileaks lost its drive?->

Dasuraga writes: "A quick look at the "Cablegate" page of Wikileaks over the past several days shows the leak counter being rather....stagnant. And low. With no updates in two weeks, has "the largest set of confidential documents ever to be released into the public domain" been doomed to only 5% of its potential size?"
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Submission + - Wikileaks releases list of "vital' US Facilities->

Dasuraga writes: Wikileaks, in its continuing leaks of diplomatic cables, have released a list of what the DHS considers essential infrastructure, including mines, hospitals and undersea cables.Essentially a list of potential terrorist targets, and not much more. So much for Assange's minimizing harm policy.
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