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"How are you to assess whether these people will sell you out, as the WSJ permits in its terms and conditions to sell you out any time they like?"

--Julian Assange, on a tear about how whistle-blowers can't trust any site except WikiLeaks. Organizations like The Wall Street Journal and Al-Jazeera have set up their own sites to receive confidential information, although the Journal's came under fire almost immediately due to potential security loopholes. Assange, unsurprisingly, is pretty critical in the story at The Australian.

 

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