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Wired: The secrets behind Wikileaks.org and its plans to save journalism

Wikileaks – the website that publishes leaked reports and documents from government, military and other authority sources – is as secretive a setup as the work it carries out.

No one knows where the site’s servers are and the domain owner, who lives in Kenya, doesn’t control the site’s activities.

But the site thrives on this secrecy and is flying the flag for freedom of information and investigative journalism.

Wikileaks site restored by court ruling

Wikileaksthe whistle-blowing website forced offline two weeks ago – has been restored by a US federal court judge, Agence France-Presse (AFP) reports.

Overuling the closure, Judge Jeffrey White said he was concerned about issues of freedom of speech and the ‘effectiveness of disabling the wikileaks.org domain name’.