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WikiLeaks.org, the website that released secret video of a U.S. airstrike in Iraq that killed a dozen civilians, is "getting an enormous quantity of whistleblower disclosures of high caliber," the site's founder Julian Assange said Friday in a rare public appearance here. Speaking at a technology, entertainment and design conference, Assange said that "we are overwhelmed by our growth" and the site can't keep up with the volume of the new material because it doesn't have enough people to verify it.
Originally posted by OuttaTime
That way there is no pinpointing one person to 'moderate' the incoming material.
Originally posted by bubbabuddha
Everyone talks about the gulf oil leak but many other kinds of dumping occurs around the world, herer maybe one example off the Ivory Coast, of suspected possible toxic waste dumping and have been occuring for years, but the media has been sued into submission just like in the new Gulf leak how no one can film the beaches and none of the illness stories are making it into headline news whilst everything about Mel Gibson or Lindsay Lohan get total coverage, the gulf hospitalizations go underreported.