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anonymous

adjective authorless, bearing no name, having no acknowledged name, incognito, innominate, nameless, of unknown authorship, secret, sine nomine, unclaimed, unidentified, unnamed, unsigned, unspecified, without a name, without the name of the author
Associated concepts: anonymous donor
See also: unspecified

ANONYMOUS. Without name. This word is applied to such.books, letters or papers, which are published without the author's name. No man is bound to publish his name in connexion with a book or paper he has published; but if the publication is libellous, he is equally responsible as if his name were published.

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In response to the article in the Atlantic on Monday, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange posted on tweet saying: "WikiLeaks can be very effective at convincing even high profile people that it is their interest to promote links to its publications" and referred to a July tweet in which he referenced contacting Donald Trump Jr.
It then added: "Without denying the report, WikiLeaks simply asked, on its Twitter account, the source that published the news to 'show which cable this claim is based'.
fought at all for the right to inform WikiLeaks prior to the handover.
The second section, "Information and Surveillance," features essays by Sandra Braman ("We Are Bradley Manning": Information Policy, the Legal Subject, and the WikiLeaks Complex"), Mark Andrejevic ("WikiLeaks, Surveillance, and Transparency"), Leah A.
We want to explore the complexities and challenges of transparency in the information age and, we hope, enliven and enrich the conversations WikiLeaks has already provoked.
There she worked on the team handling a series of Iraq War files released by WikiLeaks to several major media organizations --before moving into WikiLeaks itself in October 2010.
Though on its website, WikiLeaks has said that the map was created using country boundary lines of 1975.
He may have been confined to London's Ecuadorean Embassy for almost a year, but Julian Assange's WikiLeaks website published its latest work today: more than 1.
Beckett and Ball address how WikiLeaks did not fit into the pre-existing categories of participatory news site, news agency, or media organisation.
This book analyzes WikiLeaks as a journalistic phenomenon, working systematically to see how it does and does not fit with other forms of journalism, and what its existence and the response to it has to say about the contemporary nature of media, journalism, and the sharing of information.
The importance of WikiLeaks has been pooh-poohed by the Atlantic's international editor Max Fisher, who tweeted, "STRATFOR is a joke and so is WikiLeaks.
LONDON: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said on Monday his website would soon cease to exist unless it was able to end a financial "blockade" by U.