Wikileaks Shutdown | How and Why Was it Legal? | The Legality
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There’s an old joke among trial lawyers that there’s one crucial difference between a federal judge and God: God doesn’t think he’s a federal judge. It’s all in jest, of course, but such jokes are only funny because judges occasionally give us reason to laugh. On February 15, a California federal judge issued a series […]

An interesting article about the shutdown of Wikileaks from a legal point of view.

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Sort of renders whistleblowing also illegal, as often it is about revealing secret or confidential documents. It creates a major problem if corporations conduct crimes behind a veil of secrecy. That is not what secrecy was intended for.

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