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Why Julian Assange won’t give himself up to the Americans

Why Julian Assange won’t give himself up to the Americans

Is Julian Assange's long stint in the Ecuadorian embassy a martyr's travail or a narcissist's temper tantrum?

Rundle: Manning, Assange and our complicated relationship with transparency

Rundle: Manning, Assange and our complicated relationship with transparency

People want the revelations that WikiLeaks makes, without wanting WikiLeaks or its methods overmuch.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Think of the children! (and the butts) ... Donald Trump, Superbowl entertainment ... is Assange turning himself in? ...

Ten things we’ve learnt about the surveillance state

Ten things we’ve learnt about the surveillance state

While the flow of leaks about the National Security Agency continues, we can stand back and draw some important conclusions.

On Chelsea Manning and missing the point

On Chelsea Manning and missing the point

Stop getting distracted about how Chelsea Manning wants to live as a woman. She is a hero, a prisoner and a truth-teller -- and her gender should not become the story.

A journalist’s partner detained, a surveillance state flexes its muscle

A journalist’s partner detained, a surveillance state flexes its muscle

David Miranda was detained at London Heathrow airport for nine hours, which Victorian barrister Rudi Cohrssen says is a troubling sign of the power of the surveillance state.

Manning the barricades

Manning the barricades

Crikey readers talk about the Business Council of Australia, Bradley Manning and a modest proposal for asylum seekers.

Manning and whistleblowing in an age of persecution and indifference

Manning and whistleblowing in an age of persecution and indifference

The indifference of the US media to the case of Bradley Manning hasn't prevented him from exposing the security state or influencing other whistleblowers.

Manning didn’t aid the enemy, but his country will lock him up for life

Manning didn’t aid the enemy, but his country will lock him up for life

Former US military officer Bradley Manning has escaped prosecution for aiding the enemy. But the 19 charges that stuck will see the suspected WikiLeaks source locked away for decades.

Understanding surveillance as an information economy

Understanding surveillance as an information economy

The problems of a surveillance state become more obvious when you understand information as a resource that governments exploit.