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WikiLeaks: Ecuador admits cutting Assange's internet

Leftist government says it exercised "sovereign right" by temporarily restricting WikiLeaks founder's connection.
Al Jazeera Also reported by •9NewsDeutsche WelleBBC NewsBBC Local News

Ecuador confirms it cut off Assange’s internet access to prevent him from derailing US elections

ecuador confirms it cut off assange’s internet access to prevent him from derailing us elections
Earlier this week, Wikileaks claimed that its editor-in-chief Julian Assange’s internet access had been blocked by a ‘state party’ at the Embassy of Ecuador in London, where the asylum-seeker is..
The Next Web Also reported by •Mediaite

Ecuador Cut Off Assange’s Net Because Clinton Leaks ‘Breached Impartiality’

The government of Ecuador says it disconnected the internet connection used by Julian Assange after WikiLeaks “published a wealth of documents, impacting on the US election campaign.” Assange,..
Eurasia Review

Ecuador Admits To Temporarily Restricting Assange's Internet Access

ecuador admits to temporarily restricting assange's internet access
On Tuesday the Ecuadorian government admitted to cutting off Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's internet access after the site published damaging emails leaked from Hillary Clinton's presidential..
WorldNews Also reported by •9NewsCBC.caBBC NewsBBC Local News

Ecuador admits cutting Julian Assange's internet access over impact of leaks on US election


Ecuador Admits Censoring Assange Over "U.S. Election"; Denies "Yielding To Pressure From Other States"

ecuador admits censoring assange over u.s. election; denies yielding to pressure from other states
*Just moments ago, the Ecuadorian government confirmed that it intentionally cut Julian Assange's internet access due to his publication of a "wealth of documents impacting the U.S. election."* ..
Zero Hedge

Ecuador admits it cut Assange's internet to stop WikiLeaks' US election 'interference'

The Register

Ecuador admits restricting internet access for WikiLeaks over election meddling


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