Wikileaks announce more leaks on Twitter – Global history redefined

You’ve probably heard by now of Wikileaks, the whistle-blowing website that publishes leaked documents from anonymous sources. A few months ago we brought you the news of the leak of thousands of military documents, the Afghan War diaries, and the subsequent fallout. There were then further releases of leaked military documents surrounding the Iraq War and to date more than 500,000 documents have been published by Wikileaks.

It’s been a controversial subject bringing much debate with some feeling that Wikileaks is publishing information that should be open and readily available while others feel that the leaks are a threat to national security. Today Wikileaks has now announced on its Twitter account that more leaks are on the way according to Stan Schroeder over on Mashable.

Not only are there to be more leaks but Wikileaks says it will be seven times as much information as was leaked about the Iraq war. The Wikileaks Twitter account reads, “Next release is 7x the size of the Iraq War Logs. intense pressure over it for months. Keep us strong.” That teaser was followed a couple of hours later by this intriguing statement ” The coming months will see a new world, where global history is redefined.” Now this will certainly get people talking and speculating over just what is going to be released and I for one can’t wait to find out although there is no time-scale given for the release yet.

For more on this go to mashable.com. We’d be interested in finding out what you think of Wikileaks so please do send us your comments, especially if you have any information about what the next leaks are all about.

  • http://www.facebook.com/ashim.sahni Ashim Sahni

    Next release will "redefine global history"!! That is a pretty strong statement.. Iraq War logs is already considered largest leak of classified documents ever. A release 7 times that size is going to stretch whistleblowing records beyond unimaginable horizons..

  • H. Beale

    I hope the CIA doesn't kill them all before the information is made public