Well, yes and no. Presumably it would remove the claimed reason for Assange to stay in whichever embassy it is he's staying in and perhaps thereby make continuation of that story go away - or at least start a new chapter in which something happens. It's gotten dull.
I get dumping documents from government agencies. Though, their motives are a bit bizarre at times. Disclosing hundreds of thousands of addresses of private citizens? What does that help? When will Wikipedia disclose those types of details on everyone within Wikipedia? Oh that is right, Wikipedia believes they can be opaque in operation, not transparent like they expect everyone else to be.
I don't think Wikileaks is related to Wikipedia. The term "Wiki" predates Wikipedia and isn't any sort of trademark of theirs.
I hope you're equally outraged when it's on the other foot.
Well I certainly would be. Are you saying that you don't find it appalling for someone to deliberately try to induce a seizure in someone in response to an argument, regardless of 'foot'?
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