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Wikipedia.com turns 10 years old – But is Wikileaks.com going to drop?

A very interesting combination of events have happened during the first two weeks of 2011, both related to Wikia, Inc. Wikia Inc. is a for-profit corporation created by Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia. As the largest free encyclopedia online, Wikipedia turned 10 years old on January 15th. It currently boasts 400 million users and […]

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Julian Assange hints of Wikileaks cable(s) on the Moniker employee scandal

Shocking! In a recent interview with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange – owner of the domain name, IQ.org – there are hints of an existing series of cables related to the so-called “Moniker employee scandal“. We had coffee with Julian Assange at a local Starbucks – here’s the unedited conversation that followed: DomainGang: So Julian, after […]

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Condomania registers DickiLeaks.com – New condom brand emerges!

Popular online condom store, Condomania.com is really tugging onto the WikiLeaks scandal with a brilliant marketing promotion. Condomania registered the domain name, DickiLeaks.com about two weeks ago and proceeded with the creation of a new condom brand, DickiLeaks. The condom bears the image of WikiLeaks operator, Julian Assange, who is currently free on bail in […]

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Love for sale: Cupid.com and WikiLeaks

As Mike Berkens posted earlier today, the domain name Cupid.com was acquired by the Easy Date Group – a UK dating service – for roughly $7 million dollars. The domain name Cupid.com is a remarkable acquisition, in the sense that it’s the name of the winged Roman god of love. Meanwhile, scandal-hounding WikiLeaks operator Julian […]

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WikiPedia locks TIME Person of the year page after repeated vandalisms

As we reported earlier, the WikiPedia entry about the TIME Magazine Person of the Year was attacked by fans of WikiLeaks. An apparent supporter of Julian Assange removed Mark Zuckerberg’s name from the list of annual awards and replaced it with the name of the WikiLeaks operator – currently in police custody in the UK. […]

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WikiLeaks fans instill Julian Assange as TIME’s person of the year

The electronic war games continue. A few hours ago, apparent WikiLeaks fans operating from an IP in Dublin, Ireland, removed Mark Zuckerberg’s name as TIME Magazine’s person of the year for 2010. The change occurred in the WikiPedia entry for the TIME Person of the Year. In its place, they put the name of controversial […]

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WikiLeaks operator owns Premium 2-Letter domain!

Julian Assange, the Australian-born operator of scandal-hounding web site WikiLeaks might be behind bars, but his legacy continues. Having released thousands of secret memos and cables that embarrass the governments of several major countries, including the US, Julian Assange is currently battling sex-abuse charges in the UK. It seems, however, that the WikiLeaks owner also […]

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