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Were WikiLeaks-linked cyber attacks over hyped?
Uncovering the true scale of the WikiLeaks-inspired Anonymous cyber attacks, they were not as bad as we were led to believe, writes Technology Correspondent Benjamin Cohen.
Twitter can be used in courts says top judge
The Lord Chief Justice Lord Judge rules Twitter can be used in courts but users will need the trial judge’s permission first and this could be refused in criminal trials.
UK extradition: a matter of trust?
While allegations against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and the husband of honeymoon murder bride Anni Dewani hit the headlines, Duncan Lamont looks at the process behind UK extradition.
WikiLeaks: Bradley Manning ‘set up own Facebook’
Exclusive: Channel 4 News reveals US Army hacker Bradley Manning, allegedly behind the WikiLeaks data leak, was a bullied schoolboy in Wales and set up a social networking site years before Facebook.