What is WikiLeaks
3 November 2015
WikiLeaks is a multi-national media association and related library. It was established by its distributer Julian Assange in 2006.
WikiLeaks spends significant time in the investigation and distribution of huge datasets of edited or generally confined authority materials including war, spying and debasement. It has so far distributed more than 10 million reports and related examinations.
"WikiLeaks is a monster library of the world's most oppressed records. We offer haven to these reports, we dissect them, we advance them and we get more." - Julian Assange, Der Spiegel Interview
WikiLeaks has legally binding connections and secure interchanges ways to more than 100 noteworthy media associations from around the globe. This gives WikiLeaks sources arranging force, effect and specialized assurances that would somehow or another be troublesome or difficult to accomplish.
Albeit no association can want to have an impeccable record always, so far WikiLeaks has a flawless in report confirmation and imperviousness to all restriction endeavors.
WikiLeaks, its distributer and its columnists have won many honors, including:
The Economist New Media Award (2008)
The Amnesty New Media Award (2009)
TIME Magazine Person of the Year, People's Choice (most elevated worldwide vote) (2010)
The Sam Adams Award for Integrity (2010)
The National Union of Journalists Journalist of the Year (Hrafnsson) (2011)
The Sydney Peace Foundation Gold Medal (2011)
The Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism (2011)
The Blanquerna Award for Best Communicator (2011)
The Walkley Award for Most Outstanding Contribution to Journalism (2011)
The Voltaire Award for Free Speech (2011)
The International Piero Passetti Journalism Prize of the National Union of Italian Journalists (2011)
The Jose Couso Press Freedom Award (2011)
The Privacy International Hero of Privacy (2012)
The Global Exchange Human Rights People's Choice Award (2013)
The Yoko Ono Lennon Courage Award for the Arts (2013)
The Brazillian Press Association Human Rights Award (2013)
The Kazakstan Union of Journalists Top Prize (2014)
And in addition designations for the UN Mandela Prize (2015) and selections in six successive years for the Nobel Peace Prize (2010-2015)
WikiLeaks is altogether supported by its distributer, its production deals and the overall population.
WikiLeaks has more than one hundred other staff accross the Americas, Africa, Eurasia and the Asia Pacific.
The WikiLeaks Files (Verso, Sep 2015)
WikiLeaks lawful group is lead by judge Baltasar Garzón in Europe and in the United States, Michael Ratner, president emeritus of Center for Constitutional Rights.
WikiLeaks continuous legitimate cases are best depicted in this UN report (2015) from the Center for Constitutional Rights
Julian Assange's progressing confinement without charge is best portrayed here: https://justice4assange.com/3-Years-in-Embassy.html
"This awesome library worked from the valor and sweat of many has had a five-year encounter with a powerpower without losing a solitary "book". In the meantime, these "books" have instructed numerous, and at times, in an exacting sense, let the pure go free." - Julian Assange, Der Spiegel Interview
WikiLeaks is refered to in more than 28 thousands scholastic papers and US court filings
Formal UN archives
European Court of Human Rights