Thailand blocks WikiLeaks: So what?-BoingBoing

December 30, 2010 blocked, but mirror sites proliferating

Xeni Jardin

BoingBoing: December 3, 2010


Mirror WikiLeaks: Mass Mirroring Wikileaks


In response to the “killing” of by the US, countless mirror sites are springing up all over the world. It’s impossible to authoritatively catalog them all—too many mirrors, and too fluid of a situation. But here are some active indexes, which appear to be dynamically updating as new mirrors pop up.
A Google search string
[[wl-mirror]] at AnonWiki


Wikileaks Mirrors

Wikileaks: December 6, 2010

Wikileaks is currently under heavy attack.

In order to make it impossible to ever fully remove Wikileaks from the Internet, you will find below a list of mirrors of Wikileaks website and CableGate pages.

If you want to add your mirror to the list, see our Mass Mirroring Wikileaks page

Mirror List

Wikileaks is currently mirrored on 208 sites (updated 2010-12-05 19:43 GMT) ipv6 ipv6 ipv6 ipv6 ipv6… ipv6 ipv6 ipv6 ipv6 ipv6 ipv6 ipv6 ipv6    

Your Weekend WikiLeaks News Roundup

Jesse Walker

Reason: December 5, 2010

1. Amazon’s decision to expel WikiLeaks from its servers hasn’t kept the site offline. Not only has the operation found a new base, but a distributed effort has already produced 355 mirror sites and counting.

2. PayPal, moving yet further from its founding vision, has stopped handling donations to WikiLeaks, which in turn is promoting other conduits for fans who’d like to help support it.

3. Politicians continue to grandstand against the site, with Sen. Mitch McConnell calling WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange “a high-tech terrorist.” The Huffington Post reports that “a State Department official warned students at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs” that anyone “who will be applying for jobs in the federal government could jeopardize their prospects by posting links to WikiLeaks online, or even by discussing the leaked documents on social networking sites.”

4. Interesting stories continue to emerge from the leaked cables themselves, including the U.S. role in shaping Spanish copyright law, the spark that set off China’s war on Google, and the dark side of global climate negotiations.

5. Marvel Team-Up of the year: WikiLeaks and Anonymous.


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