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WikiLeaks has ‘insurance files’ to nail Murdoch
London, Jan 13 (Agencies):
Published on 13 Jan. 2011 11:40 PM IST
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Julian Assange, the founder of the WikiLeaks website, has said that the whistle-blower website possesses classified documents which can expose Australian-born American media magnate Rupert Murdoch and his company News Corporation, the world’s third-largest media conglomerate.
“There are 504 US embassy cables on one broadcasting organization and there are cables on Murdoch and News Corp,” CBS News quoted Assange, as saying.
Assange revealed this during an interview with British left-wing weekly political magazine ‘the New Statesman’.
The interview comes at a time when Assange has repeatedly expressed paranoia about either being assassinated or arrested by the U.S. government. During the interview he also claimed that he has “insurance files” ready to be released on a moment’s notice.
The WikiLeaks founder also said that China, and not the U.S., is his primary “technological enemy”.
“China is the worst offender. China has aggressive and sophisticated interception technology that places itself between every reader inside China and every information source outside China,” Assange said.
“We’ve been fighting a running battle to make sure we can get information through, and there are now all sorts of ways Chinese readers can get on to our site,” he added.

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