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December 06, 2010

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Jake

I think that it should be noted that it is not just the government who is opposed to the actions of Assange. I am not giving approval or disapproval here, just saying that it would help the article with regard to accurate information.

David Forbes

The "Govs" side analysis details how ,many businesses are also joining the attacks on Wikileaks, and notes the involvement of pro-Gov/anti-Wikileaks hackers as well. But the fact remains that governments are taking a primary role in the charge, and seem to be the major players on the anti-Wikileaks side right now.

This piece is meant as an analysis of the institutions and networks actively involved in fighting for or against Wikileaks, not a summary of everyone who opposes it.

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