The group has released a number of prominent document dumps.
Early releases included documentation of equipment expenditures and holdings in the Afghanistan war and a report informing a corruption investigation in Kenya. presidential election campaign, Wiki Leaks released emails and other documents from the Democratic National Committee and from Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, John Podesta suggesting impropriety against fellow Democratic Party candidate senator Bernie Sanders, among other issues. intelligence community expressed "high confidence" that the leaked emails had been hacked by Russia and supplied to Wiki Leaks, while Wiki Leaks denied their source was Russia or any other state.
The latter allowed the mapping of 109,032 deaths in "significant" attacks by insurgents in Iraq that had been reported to Multi-National Force – Iraq, including about 15,000 that had not been previously published. Wiki Leaks is usually represented in public by Julian Assange, who has been described as "the heart and soul of this organisation, its founder, philosopher, spokesperson, original coder, organiser, financier, and all the rest".
Original volunteers and founders were once described as a mixture of Asian dissidents, journalists, mathematicians, and start-up company technologists from the United States, Taiwan, Europe, Australia, and South Africa.
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Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump met for the third and final presidential debate of 2016, in the wake of Trump’s baseless claims of a rigged election and the release of hacked emails from Clinton’s campaign manager. "I will keep you in suspense." Clinton, who called Trump’s remarks "horrifying," defended her family’s foundation and the contents of the emails released by Wikileaks.
Trump declined to say whether he would accept the result of the Nov. Beyond sparring over personal issues, Clinton and Trump also disagreed on foreign policy, immigration and domestic policy. Here are 36 claims from the two candidates, fact-checked.
Applicants referred by friends get priority admission.He has been critical of the Citizens United Supreme Court decision in the past.Trump: "I believe if my opponent should win this race, which I truly don't think will happen, we will have a Second Amendment which will be a very, very small replica of what it is right now." This is a more tempered and more accurate version of Trump’s previous claim that Clinton "wants to abolish the Second Amendment." (We rated that claim False.) Clinton has said and continues to say she supports the right to bear arms, but with stronger gun control.And depending on the gender ratio, you might be put on a waiting list.The League offers the option to upgrade to a 9 annual membership that allows access to additional features, such as customizing your profile and receiving more daily matches, usually limited to five a day. In San Francisco, The League took its members on a yacht cruise, and in New York threw a party in the Hamptons.“We want to do what a meet-up does but with a dating community,” Bradford said.In April 2010, Wiki Leaks released the so-called Collateral Murder footage from the 12 July 2007 Baghdad airstrike in which Iraqi journalists were among those killed. In April 2011, Wiki Leaks began publishing 779 secret files relating to prisoners detained in the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. These releases caused significant embarrassment to the Clinton campaign, and to Hillary Clinton, and is speculated to have contributed to the Democratic Party's loss. Wiki Leaks has also been criticised for inadequately curating its content and violating the personal privacy of individuals.Other releases in 2010 included the Afghan War Diary and the "Iraq War Logs". State Department diplomatic "cables", classified cables that had been sent to the U. Wiki Leaks has, for instance, revealed Social Security numbers, medical information, credit card numbers, details of suicide attempts, and other sensitive personal information.And so, you know, when you get five or six of these people coming out, some of whom said things contemporaneously, I don’t know if it’s dispositive, but it’s kind compelling.And the fact that we’re talking about a major presidential candidate behaving this way in 2016, it’s kind of astounding.According to the Wiki Leaks website, its goal is "to bring important news and information to the public...One of our most important activities is to publish original source material alongside our news stories so readers and historians alike can see evidence of the truth." Another of the organisation's goals is to ensure that journalists and whistleblowers are not prosecuted for emailing sensitive or classified documents.