posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 09:48 AM
A number of WikiLeaks defectors, including founder Julian Assange's former right-hand man, plan to launch a rival site on Monday after accusing Mr
Assange of behaving like "some kind of emperor or slave trader".
With WikiLeaks itself vowing to press on with its leaking regardless of the fate of Mr Assange, it seems that any attempts by US politicians to stop
the leaks will be futile.
The new site, Openleaks, will launch on Monday, respected Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter reported. Like WikiLeaks, it will allow whistleblowers to
leak information to the public anonymously. However, Openleaks won't host the documents itself, instead acting as an intermediary between
whistleblowers and other groups including media organisations.
This is good news , i like to see thousands of sites like this in the future