WikiLeaks Halts Publication Over Cash Flow Issues
By Kim Zetter Email Author
October 24, 2011 |
For the second time in two years WikiLeaks announced it was suspending publication of secret documents due to financial difficulties.
The site has already failed to make good on months-old claims that it has a cache of new secrets to unleash, including internal documents from Bank of America, and the new announcement would postpone their publication even longer. WikiLeaks announced on Monday that it was halting publication because it was running out of cash and needed to focus on fundraising.
At the same time, the site announced that it planned to launch a new submission system on Nov. 28, a year after it began publishing a cache of more than 250,000 U.S. State Department cables. The site didnt say how it planned to publish new submissions if it was experiencing financial problems.
In order to reclaim the organizations future survival, WikiLeaks is now forced to temporarily suspend its operations and move into a phase of fund-raising, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said in a statement.
http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2011/1 … blication/
was this a useful site or did it cause more problems ?
WikiLeaks has reported some of the most important leaks we have ever seen.
Control the money supply control the people.
The Banks are choking them off.
Why do you think there are 104 Central Banks in the World? It's how you control the masses.
put the money in the matress again..savings accounts are paying a whopping .5 %.....
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