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Entertainment Weekly Bemoans Lack of Great Science Books

coolhaus Re:In related news (257 comments)

I hear that it's exciting, a real page-turner.

more than 6 years ago



Court orders Wikileaks be taken offline

coolhaus coolhaus writes  |  more than 6 years ago

coolhaus writes "A controversial that allows whistle-blowers to anonymously post government and corporate documents has been taken offline in the US., as it is known, was cut off from the internet following a California court ruling, the site says. The case was brought by a Swiss bank after "several hundred" documents were posted about its offshore activities. Other versions of the pages, hosted in countries such as Belgium and India, can still be accessed. However, the main site was taken offline after the court ordered that Dynadot, which controls the site's domain name, should remove all traces of wikileaks from its servers.
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