24 May 2018

Julian Assange

Inggris Tolak Ekuador Beri Diplomatik Untuk Julian Assange

Konfrontasi - Inggris menolak permintaan Ekuador untuk memberikan status diplomatik kepada pendiri WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, kata juru bicara Kementerian Luar Negeri Inggris.

Assange telah bersembunyi selama lebih dari lima tahun di kedutaan besar Ekuador di London di mana dia mendapat suaka pada tahun 2012 untuk menghindari ekstradisi ke Swedia atas tuduhan perkosaan.

Ekuador Jajaki Mediasi Terkait Status Pendiri Wikileaks

KONFRONTASI-Ekuador mengatakan pada Selasa bahwa pihaknya sedang menjajaki mediasi untuk memecahkan kebuntuan mengenai status pendiri WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, yang telah bersembunyi di Kedutaan Besar Ekuador di London selama lima tahun.

Tujuh Tahun Sudah, Kasus Dugaan Pemerkosaan Julian Assange Akhirnya Dihentikan

KONFRONTASI -  Kejaksaan Swedia menghentikan penyelidikan kasus pemerkosaan yang diduga melibatkan pendiri Wikileaks, Julian Assange, tujuh tahun setelah setelah sangkaan ini diarahkan ke dirinya.

Kasus ini membuat Assange menyelamatkan diri dengan tinggal di kantor kedutaan Ekuador di London sejak 2012.

Trump Priorotaskan Penangkapan Julian Assange

KONFRONTASI -  Jaksa Agung AS, Jeff Sessions, mengatakan bahwa penangkapan pendiri Wikileaks, Julian Assange merupakan 'prioritas' pemerintahan Donald Trump.

Sejak hampir lima tahun lalu, Julian Assange tinggal di kedutaan besar Ekuador di London, setelah mendapatkan suaka politik dari pemerintah negara Amerika Selatan itu.

Ketika ditanya tentang kemungkinan penangkapannya, Sessions mengatakan, "Kami meningkatkan upaya kami dan kalau suatu kasus hukum sudah ditetapkan, kami akan melakukan upaya mengirim orang-orang ke penjara."

CIA was hacking iPhones one year after launch: WikiLeaks

KONFRONTASI - Whistleblower website WikiLeaks has claimed the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has been hacking Apple products to spy on their owners.

The new WikiLeaks release, called Vault 7 “Dark Matter,” was released on Thursday.  It described a handful of programs that the CIA has apparently used for nearly a decade—in some cases to surreptitiously monitor Apple device owners.

Obama attempting to delegitimize Trump: Assange

KONFRONTASI - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says US President Barack Obama is using the alleged hacking attacks against Democrats to “delegitimize” President-elect Donald Trump before his January 20 inauguration.

“They’re trying to delegitimize the Trump administration as it goes into the White House,” Assange said in a Fox News interview to be aired on Tuesday night, according to a transcript provided by the network.

WikiLeaks cancels Clinton revelation over security concerns

KONFRONTASI - Whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks has canceled a major announcement about US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, citing “security concerns.”

Julian Assange, the website’s founder who has long taken refuge at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, was supposed to make the announcement from the embassy’s balcony on Tuesday.

However, NBC News reporter James Rodriguez said in a tweet on Sunday night that the event has been called off.

Swedish appeals court upholds Assange detention order

KONFRONTASI-A Swedish appeals court has upheld a detention order for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, dismissing the latest attempt by the 45-year-old Australian to make prosecutors drop a rape investigation from 2010.

The decision by the Svea Court of Appeal means that the arrest warrant stands for the 45-year-old computer hacker, who has avoided extradition to Sweden by seeking shelter at the Ecuadorian embassy in London since 2012.

Assange, who denies the rape allegation, has previously challenged the detention order seven times.

Wikileaks plans to release more material on Clinton: Assange

KONFRONTASI - The founder of whistleblowing website Wikileaks says his organization plans to release more information linked to the campaign of US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

When asked if the data could be a game-changer in the November 8 presidential election, Julian Assange told Fox News on Wednesday: “I think it’s significant. You know, it depends on how it catches fire in the public and in the media.”

Julian Assange to be questioned in Ecuadorian Embassy

KONFRONTASI-WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is set to be questioned by Swedish prosecutors inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London, potentially breaking a stalemate in an almost five-year-long investigation into alleged sex crimes.

Swedish prosecutors want to question Assange over allegations of rape stemming from a work visit he made to the country in 2010 when WikiLeaks was attracting international attention for a trove of documents leaked by US Army Private Chelsea Manning (then known as Bradley).

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