Must read articles on WikiLeaks.

WikiLeaks, the First Amendment and the Press – Jonathan Peters, Harvard Law & Policy Review
President Obama speaks on Manning and the Rule of Law – Glenn Greenwald, Salon
WikiLeaks and Hactivist Culture – Peter Ludlow, The Nation
WikiLeaks has altered the leaking game for good. Secrets must be fewer, but better kept – Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian
Chatting with Bradley Manning – Greg Mitchell, The Huffington Post
This shameful abuse of Bradley Manning – Daniel Ellsberg, The Guardian
A short history of secrecy – Margaret MacMillan, Foreign Policy
What has WikiLeaks Started? – Room for Debate (Articles by Ron Deibert, Evgeny Morozov, Ross Anderson, James Banford and C. Fred Alford), The New York Times
The cypherpunk revolutionary Julian Assange – Robert Manne, Cryptome
A free irresponsible press: WikiLeaks and the battle over the soul of the networked fourth estate (working draft) – Yochai Benkler, Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review (forthcoming)
The Blast Shack – Bruce Sterling, Webstock
Analysing WikiLeaks. Bruce Sterling’s plot holes – Democracy in America, The Economist
Hacker Culture: A Response to Bruce Sterling on WikiLeaks – Gabriella Coleman, The Atlantic
The Deleuzian Philosophy of Julian Assange – pilkingtonphil, Fixing the economists
WikiLeaks beyond WikiLeaks – Saroj Giri, Mute magazine
Good manners in the age of WikiLeaks – Slavoj Zizek, London Review of Books
WikiLeaks, Ideological Legitimacy and the Crisis of the Empire – Francis Shor, TruthOut
The Hazards of Nerd Supremacy: the Case of WikiLeaks – Jaron Lanier, The Atlantic
WikiLeaks Exposes Internet’s Dissent Tax, not Nerd Supremacy – Zeynep Tufekci, The Atlantic
What the WikiLeaks affair tells us about communication – Bert Olivier, Thought Leader
La ciberguerra de WikiLeaks – Manuel Castells, La Vanguardia
From Indymedia to WikiLeaks: what a decade of hacking journalistic culture says about the future of news – C.W. Anderson, Nieman Journalism Lab
WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, and the dark side of internet freedom – Evgeny Morozov, The Christian Science Monitor
WikiLeaks, Assange, and Why There’s No Turning Back – Micah Sifry, The Huffington Post
Twelve Theses on WikiLeaks – Geert Lovink (with Patrice Riemens) – Net Critique
WikiLeaks, the Web, and the Need to Rethink the Espionage Act – Louis Klarevas, The Atlantic
WikiLeaks – Bruce Schneier, Schneier on Security
The media’s authoritarianism and WikiLeaks – Glenn Greenwald, Salon
From Judith Miller to Julian Assange – Jay Rosen, PressThink
Game Changer – Noam Scheiber, The New Republic
Anthropology, secrecy, and WikiLeaks – Maximilian Forte, Zero Anthropology
The age of the WikiLeaks-style vigilante geek is over – Evgeny Morozov, The Guardian
How WikiLeaks can be used for good – Charli Carpenter, Foreign Policy
Wiki Rehab – Evgeny Morozov, The New Republic
Julian Assange and the Computer Conspiracy: “To destroy this invisible government” – Aaron Bady, zunguzungu
No secrets. Julian Assange’s mission for total transparency – Raffi Khatchadourian, The New Yorker
WikiLeaks and the long haul – Clay Shirky,
Half-formed thought on WikiLeaks and global action – Clay Shirky,
The World’s First Stateless News Organization – Jay Rosen, PressThink
Who gets to keep secrets? – a discussion on Edge
The case of WikiLeaks – Gonzalo Lira, (part I, part II)
Torturing Bradley Manning: good for WikiLeaks, bad for America – Prajwal Ciryam, Daily Kos
‘Open-eyed conspiracy his time doth take’ – Guy Rundle, Overland
WikiLeaks and the Assange papers – Finn Brunton, Radical Philosophy
Disclosure’s Effect: WikiLeaks and Transparency – Mark Fenster, Fredric G. Levin College of Law
WikiLeaks: The Global 4th Estate – Nozomi Hayase, A World Beyond Borders
Manning and Mohammed cases: tilting the scales of justice – Morris Davis, Los Angeles Times
State and Terrorist Conspiracie
s and Conspiracy as Governance – Julian Assange,

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