A new series of documents released by WikiLeaks reveals a list of 35 high-profile targets in Japan that the NSA has spied on since 2006.
In The Washington Post's in-depth profile of the alleged source of classified information passed to WikiLeaks, a childhood friend discusses how computer games played a part in introducing Bradley Manning to the world of ideas.
TrickyLeaks is more than just another attempt to jump on the fading infamy of WikiLeaks and founder Julian Assange's troubled rise to fame. It's also a fairly fun game.
Newly released documents from Wikileaks related to Guantánamo Bay prisoners have an unusual video game connection. According to the Department of Defense's assessment records for Guantánamo detainees Hassan Mohammed Ali Bin Attash and Khalid Shaikh Mohammed—who confessed to masterminding the 9/11 terrorist attacks—Al…
Leaky World attempts to turn Wikileaks' founder Julian Assange's essay on conspiracy into a computer game.
It seems like an age ago, but the whole WikiLeaks furore kicked off earlier this year with footage of American forces shooting Iraqi civilians. The offending chopper pilots were accused, appropriately, of behaving like they were playing a video game.
One son of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il is too busy playing video games to take over the country, according to a video game surprise found among the reams of U.S. government cables disseminated by the Wikileaks organization.
The whole drama surrounding whistle-blower organisation WikiLeaks has made for the juiciest political story in years. So it was only a matter of time before people started turning it into a video game.