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Lengthy prison term for Bradley Manning

Reporters Without Borders condemned the 35-year prison sentence meted out today to U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning on charges including 10 (...)

Published on 21 August 2013 Read

United States

Manning verdict blow for investigative journalism and its sources

Reporters Without Borders regards today’s verdict in U.S. Army private Bradley Manning’s trial as dangerous. Although acquitted of “aiding the (...)

Published on 30 July 2013 Read

Iceland

Court orders Visa subcontractor to lift block on payments to WikiLeaks

Reporters Without Borders hails a ruling by Iceland’s supreme court on 24 April ordering Valitor — Visa’s local partner in Iceland — and formerly (...)

Published on 26 April 2013 Read

Thématiques

Lucrative surveillance market fed by desire to hunt down dissidents

Reporters Without Borders reiterates its condemnation of the criminal cooperation between western hi-tech companies and authoritarian regimes, (...)

Published on 2 December 2011 Read

United States

Old law used in controversial new way to get information for WikiLeaks investigation

Yesterday’s revelations by the Wall Street Journal about secret court orders obtained by the US government forcing Google and Sonic.net, an (...)

Published on 11 October 2011 Read

Ethiopia

Anti-terror law denounced as a serious challenge for the media, a journalist named in WikiLeaks cable flees abroad

Reporters Without Borders voiced concern today for the safety of Ethiopia’s journalists after a long-time government critic was arrested along (...)

Published on 21 September 2011 Read

Thématiques

Reporters Without Borders temporarily suspends its WikiLeaks mirror site

The WikiLeaks mirror site that Reporters Without Borders launched on 21 December 2010 has been temporarily suspended because of two major (...)

Published on 1 September 2011 Read

WikiLeaks

Switzerland releases former banker who was WikiLeaks informant

Former banker Rudolf Elmer has been freed after seven months in pre-trial detention on suspicion of violating Switzerland’s bank secrecy laws. He (...)

Published on 16 August 2011 Read

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