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dripping faucet with green and blue background Leak site Cryptome accidentally leaks its own visitor IP addresses
It comes shortly after some of the site’s encryption keys were compromised.
SastTUl.jpg (1024×683) Cryptome, the original WikiLeaks, launches $100,000 Kickstarter
Government officials have called it an "invitation to terrorists"—something its supporters see as a compliment.
yQlW1Qa.png (1600×1067) What Glenn Greenwald's email leak means for PGP encryption
PGP encryption is probably not broken, but impersonation is still a problem.
Su Santidad Papa Francisco | Flickr - Photo Sharing! NSA: We never spied on the Pope
The accusations were leveled by Italian magazine Panorama.
Par:AnoIA Inside Par:AnoIA—the Anonymous Intelligence Agency
Six members of Par:AnoIA join the Daily Dot's Lorraine Murphy to talk leaks and lulz. 
John Young and Adrian Lamo Cryptome founder John Young on documents, disclosures, and the competition
As for the other site he helped found: "WikiLeaks is unspeakably over-discussed."