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2 Sep, 2011

Breakdown: The new WikiLeaks scoops – Salon.com

Last week, the whistle-blowing organization dropped 120,000 more diplomatic cables, apparently drawn from the cache of 250,000 first tapped last November. But whereas the group previously collaborated with newspapers such as the New York Times and the Guardian — and redacted potentially sensitive information — the new batch of documents is unredacted. Government sources worry that personal information might jeopardize the safety of diplomatic sources. Human rights activists worry that applicants for political asylum may face reprisals.

via Breakdown: The new WikiLeaks scoops – WikiLeaks – Salon.com.