“WikiLeaks” 11,000 Private messages on Twitter is Exposed Online by an Activist

“WikiLeaks” 11,000 Private messages on Twitter is Exposed Online by an Activist

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WikiLeaks is a multi-national organisation and associated library, possibly the most opaque transparent organisation founded by Julian Assange.
It is well-known for publishing leaked secrets on it’s website.

 

Emma best, An activist published 11,000 WikiLeaks Twitter DM’s from a Twitter Group chat between the WikiLeaks and it’s close supporters.

The twitter group have around 10 supporters was created to share news stories, distribute the closures, discuss politics, collate freedom of 

information requests and more. The private message cache was published by Emma best which happened between 2015 and 2017.  

 

The leaked chats have been referenced by the American Media outlets earlier this year (2018) but for the first time all the 11,00 private messages
from the group have been published online. The full dump of messages can be browsed via Emma best’s blog.

 

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And the release was redacted in parts to protect the privacy of some named individuals.

 

"The chat is presented nearly in its entirety, with less than a dozen redactions made to protect the privacy and personal information of innocent,
third parties. The redactions don’t include any information that’s relevant to WikiLeaks or their activities," Best said.

 

The leaked messages sent by the WikiLeaks Twitter account believed to be controlled by the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Best, the activist
who leaked the conversations on her personal blog on Sunday, claiming that many of the messages contain offensive material.

 

“At various points in the chat, there are examples of homophobia, transphobia, ableism, sexism, racism, antisemitism and other objectionable
language,“ Best said.

 

WikiLeaks founder Assange remains in the Ecuadorian embassy in London but Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno confirmed last week that discussions
had taken place with the British Government in an attempt to remove the Assange from the London embassy eventually turning him over to the
British Authorities.

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