Already in 1951, the Federal Republic of Germany has introduced legal protection for whistleblowers, probably as the first country in the world.
14 June 2015
Die Bundesrepublik Deutschland hat, vermutlich als erstes Land der Welt, bereits 1951 einen gesetzlichen Schutz für Whistleblower eingeführt.
14 June 2015
For more than two years, Mark Goeder-Tarant constantly claims to have nothing to do with the anti-WikiLeaks platform wikileaks-forum anymore. A closer look at some of his websites proves the opposite.
17 April 2015
Recorded phone call proves disgraceful fraud attempt of WikiLeaks-Forum
16 February 2015
19 January 2015
07 March 2014
Some links related to Sigurdur Thordarson (Sigurður Ingi Þórðarson) alias Q alias Siggi alias PenguinX
06 January 2014
The connections of Disney's board of directors
23 September 2013
On a Prism slide released by the Guardian the program names STORMBREW and OAKSTAR have been blacked out. Why?
12 July 2013
More than 1,200 articles from 34 media in 24 countries, mainly from WikiLeaks' former media partners, covering the period from November 2010 to end of 2011.
14 November 2012
Based on the "Global Intelligence Files Top 20", this compilation shows the media coverage on the most mentioned topics for 24 selected countries, accompanied by a detailed analysis from WikiLeaks Press.
01 June 2012
The "Global Intelligence Files News Index" consists of more than 900 articles so far, spanning 44 countries, 137 media and 16 languages. Here we have taken the 20 most covered topics to date, providing comments and background information.
18 April 2012
The release of "Global Intelligence Files" has caused a flood of press publications. In the first few days alone, over one hundred articles have been published in more than 20 countries. To gain an overview, cabledrum now provides an index for related articles, organized by language and country.
06 March 2012
Cablegate has changed the world. Newspapers from 56 countries all over the world have published cables and thousands of related articles in over 20 languages. From these publications we have created a compilation of the most mentioned cables, the "Cablegate Top 100".
14 February 2012
It's generally assumed that the redacted cables on wikileaks.org are identical to the cables published on mainstream media websites. But this is by far not the case; hundreds of redactions made by Guardian, Telegraph, El Pais and other mainstream media never appeared on Wikileaks' website.
03 February 2012
Numerous cables contain references to others. These referenced cables are partialy missing in the Cablegate files. We've tried to figure out what the references reveal.
12 November 2011
Several cables from Vatican have been redacted to conceal statements on the manner in which the Vatican is dealing with its response to the Holocaust
26 October 2011
WikiLeaks' media partners have censored numerous cables to conceal statements made by western government representatives
14 October 2011
20 company names which are redacted in WikiLeaks' cablegate files
05 October 2011
It is an open secret that the cablegate files on wikileaks.org are partially redacted. To shed some light on it we have compared the latest cablegate release with the unredacted source.
03 October 2011
Complete listings of Tags (Traffic Analysis by Geography and Subject) used in the Cablegate files to describe and categorize the content of cables
14 September 2011
On August 30th, WikiLeaks has finally released the full set of Cablegate files, comprising 251,287 leaked United States diplomatic cables from 270 missions in 175 countries. This table gives an overview of all released cables by country and creation date, including links to the cables.
10 September 2011
Domscheit-Berg about to destroy unreleased WikiLeaks sources
23 August 2011