Wikileaks.org, a site where people can securely and anonymously post sensitive documents concerning governments and organizations, is having hosting problems. Since they want to retain absolute integrity, they’re depending on regular internet users and independent free speech movements to pay for bandwidth.
One cannot stress enough how important sites like these are. People living in a country where publishing sensitive documents to shed light on local problems (ranging from simple fraud to outright genocide) could cost them their life are depending on these services. In the past, several leaks have led to international discussion and debate about vital topics: Guantanamo Bay Procedures document leak, Toxic dumping in Africa (the Minton Report), … Citizens of countries with censored internet access (China, maybe Australia soon) have the right to be whistle blowers.
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