Wikileaks Bank Of America
November 30, 2010 by USA Post
Wikileaks Bank Of America, The next target of Wiliaeaks is U.S Banks, Recently in an article published on Forbes.com yesterday, founder Julian Assange Wikileaks is quoted as saying that the whistleblower website is sitting on tens or even hundreds of thousands of sensitive documents inside a large U.S. bank.
Assange did not identify the bank to Forbes, but says Wikileaks will start posting the documents in early next year. The disclosure documents, he added, will provide a “true and representative overview of how banks behave at the executive level in a way that will stimulate investigations and reforms.”
The documents are not isolated to a specific incident, but rather to highlight a systematic pattern of what he called Enron-type abuses and unethical practices.
“When Enron collapsed, through the judicial process, thousands and thousands of e-mails that were left inside, and he provided an overview of the functioning of the enterprise as a whole has been managed. It was all decisions unfavorable to the gross violations, “he said.”It will be like this.”
In an interview with IDG News Service last year, Assange argued that Wikileaks has obtained a hard disk of an officer at Bank of America, which took almost 5 GB of data.
During the interview Hack 2009 in The Box Security Conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, said Assange Wikileaks working to find a way to present the leaked Bank of America in a friendly format browse fashion.
“This is a difficult problem,” said Assange this time. “We could just throw it all in a giant zip file, but we know for a fact that has limited impact. To have an impact, it must be easy for people to dive in and search and get something out of him. ”
Assange did not identify the bank targeted in the interview to Forbes. Bank of America officials did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
News from the last shot of the Wikileaks “comes as more and more questions about the legality of the actions of whistleblowers website.
Sunday, Wikileaks has released thousands of classified State Department cables that were apparently obtained from a relatively low level U.S. intelligence officer in the army. Earlier this year, the site has published a similar set of documents relating to ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan who were also obtained from the agent.
The publication of documents has aroused considerable indignation both nationally and internationally.
According to Washington Post yesterday, the U.S. Departments of Justice and Defense are in the midst of an investigation to determine if Assange violated criminal laws to disclose the records. According to the document, the government is considering the possibility Assange can be charged with violating the Espionage Act.
Meanwhile, U.S. Rep. Peter King (R-NY) asked the U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder Wikileaks label a terrorist organization, and continue Assange Espionage Act.
Moreover, after the latest version of classified documents, the White House and the Pentagon has ordered sweeping reviews of the processes classified data protection, and the use of USB drives and other removable storage media on the government and military networks.
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