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  • Attorney: Manning showed signs of distress in Iraq

    Attorney: Manning showed signs of distress in Iraq
    Military prosecutors building a case against the 24-year-old Army soldier accused of sending hundreds of thousands of classified documents to WikiLeaks sought to show Saturday that Pfc. Bradley Manning had access to the secret documents and the ability to...
  • Manning defense points to lax computer security

    Manning defense points to lax computer security
    Defense attorneys for Army Pfc. Bradley Manning on Sunday grilled military officers about the intelligence analyst's dealings with classified information, suggesting that computer security at his Iraq base was lax and rules were routinely broken....
  • Manning defense rests after calling two witnesses

    Manning defense rests after calling two witnesses
    Two witnesses for Pfc. Bradley Manning described a chaotic work environment with lax supervision as the defense presented its case Wednesday for the former security analyst charged with turning over classified documents to WikiLeaks. Both witnesses...
  • Manning prosecution deserves greater scrutiny

    I'm writing today to encourage The Sun to pay greater attention to accused WikiLeaks whistle-blower Pfc.Bradley E. Manning's pre-trial hearings and eventual court martial. Pfc. Manning is accused of leaking the largest document dump in U.S. history to...
  • Rachel Marsden: The rise of the spy-next-door

    Rachel Marsden: The rise of the spy-next-door
    Improved technology is changing the spy game, merging once-disparate roles in the intelligence field and favoring an increased download of traditional spy roles to the private sector. This week, Canada's Postmedia News cited a speech by Richard Fadden,...
  • New WikiLeaks stash: a frightening view of government intelligence

    New WikiLeaks stash: a frightening view of government intelligence
    As promised in December, WikiLeaks has begun to release a stash of documents related to the modus operandi of the "private intelligence" sector, using Texas-based Stratfor as a case study. Claiming to have hacked Stratfor's system to obtain millions of...
  • Attorney asks for dismissal in WikiLeaks case

    Attorney asks for dismissal in WikiLeaks case
    An attorney for an Army private charged with leaking hundreds of thousands of pages of classified information has asked a military judge to dismiss the charges against his client, arguing the government bungled the turning over of documents in the case....
  • Ruppersberger not so hot on national security after all

    Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger has been receiving a great deal of media attention lately as the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee due to the demise of Osama bin Laden ("Ruppersberger: It was bin Laden," May 13). According to the...
  • Judge in Manning WikiLeaks case allows two charges to stand

    Judge in Manning WikiLeaks case allows two charges to stand
    A military judge has again refused to throw out two of the 22 charges against an Army private charged in the biggest leak of classified information in U.S. history. Attorneys for Pfc. Bradley Manning argued earlier this week during a hearing at Fort...
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt in talks for Oliver Stone's Edward Snowden film

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt in talks for Oliver Stone's Edward Snowden film
    One of Hollywood's most versatile young actors could be teaming up with one of its most iconoclastic filmmakers to tell the story of National Security Agency document leaker Edward Snowden. Joseph Gordon-Levitt is in talks to play the lead role in...
  • Alice, steampunk and a false name: enigma of an American jailed in North Korea

    SEOUL (Reuters) - Matthew Miller, the U.S. citizen imprisoned in North Korea on espionage charges, spent months in South Korea pretending to be an Englishman named "Preston Somerset", acquaintances who met or worked with him said. The 25-year-old...
  • Switzerland prepares to tighten screws on whistleblowers

    GENEVA (Reuters) - Switzerland's parliament will consider a bill on Monday that critics say will tighten the rules on whistleblowers, shutting the door to what is often a last resort for people trying to stop wrongdoing and corruption. Although the bill...