Reporters Without Borders announced today it will help out WikiLeaks in its attempt to stay online:

“This is a gesture of support for WikiLeaks’ right to publish information without being obstructed,” it said in a report.
“We
defend the free flow of information on the internet and the protection
of sources, without which investigative journalism cannot exist.”
The report notes this arrangement will be continually assessed.


Reporters Without Borders announced today it will help out WikiLeaks in its attempt to stay online:

“This is a gesture of support for WikiLeaks’ right to publish information without being obstructed,” it said in a report.
“We
defend the free flow of information on the internet and the protection
of sources, without which investigative journalism cannot exist.”
The report notes this arrangement will be continually assessed.

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