Wikileaks Mirror Sites

December 7, 2010 by staff 

Wikileaks Mirror Sites, The battle lines between the whistleblower site Wikileaks supporters and detractors began to form Sunday night, as supporters erected numerous copies of the site on the Internet and the United States to put pressure on Switzerland not to offer a refuge for the site’s founder, Julian Assange.

Since several major Internet companies to cut service to Wikileaks in recent days, militants have created hundreds of mirror sites, sites that host exact copies of the content of another site.

The group Anonymous, a group of hackers and activists, has declared war on Sunday against the enemies of Assange, calling on his supporters to attack sites and companies that do not support Wikileaks and distribute documents online leak.

The Internet group Anonymous released a seven-point manifesto on Twitter committing to “bounce for Julian.” By late Sunday, there were at least 208 Wikileaks mirror sites. “Cut us down, ‚Äúsaid a message on Twitter stream Wikileaks Sunday and the stronger we become.” Friday, Wikileaks moved to a domain registered with the Pirate Party Switzerland’s actions Assange goals. A Swiss company, Icelandic, Datacell, address donations after Internet firm support PayPal. Swedish Wikileaks servers were attacked again on Monday.

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