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Kriti S (26)
Sunday June 12, 2011, 2:09 am
WL biased? Depends who you talk to.

1. One London firm of solicitors over reacted, when it tried to ban the reporting of parliamentary discussion of material sitting on the WikiLeaks site.

2. WikiLeaks is now the most interesting and unusual pioneer in using digital technologies to challenge corrupt and authoritarian states, and in other cases producing documentary proof of a host of actions and suggestive behavior, almost certainly of questionable nature, (in most cases), that stem from world governments and world corporations.

3. WikiLeaks has always suggested that the news media should play the role of investigative reporting, and WL has always taken the stand of honest, free, and transparent publisher.
 
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