Wikileaks has announced that it has released its biggest load of files so far, all pertaining to the Syrian government.
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Anonymous has threatened to attack the computer systems of the Metropolitan Police and UK judiciary system, in what it promises will be its 'biggest day' ever
The UK Supreme Court has given the thumbs up to courtroom tweeting, releasing a number of guidelines on when and how the live updates should be used.
The court appeal of Julian Assange has made history today as the first time ever tweeting has been allowed in a UK courtroom.
Amazon UK is blaming a weekend outage on hardware failure its European data center network. Many Brits were unable to do their online pre-Xmas shopping on Amazon.co.uk this weekend due to the outage, with some suggesting the website had been attacked by 'Anonymous' as part of a strategic response to Amazon refusing to host Wikileaks in the US recently.
Wikileaks has been removed from Amazon's cloud computing servers, following the latest batch of high-profile leaks of US diplomatic messages.