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An upcoming data dump by WikiLeaks will be damaging enough that an executive at a major American bank will resign, the organization’s founder Julian Assange told the U.K.’s Times in a recent interview.Speculation has swirled that WikiLeaks may be targeting Bank of America in its next leak, which Assange said in a Forbes interview will target at least one major bank. In a 2009 Computer World interview, Assange said that he had a 5 GB hard drive from a Bank of America executive. The bank recently In an interview with the Times, Assange said: “We don’t want the bank to suffer unless it’
Originally posted by kozmo
Awwwwwww BS! If he had information he would have released it. And if he does and he doesn't release it, that tells us something completely different about this Assange character, now wouldn't it!?
...However, Wikileaks says it wants to be a "central clearing house" for such leaks. And, taking to new heights the current Web vogue for crowd-sourcing -- encouraging users to contribute -- it says it will take a "democratic" approach to verifying the information.
Anyone will be able to comment on the importance -- and judge the authenticity -- of the whistle-blowers' submissions.
"Instead of a couple of academic specialists, Wikileaks will provide a forum for the entire global community to examine any document," it says...