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War on WikiLeaks: 'Greater force than AntiLeaks behind attack'

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Published on Aug 13, 2012

The attack on the top whistleblowing site WikiLeaks has moved online. Its web page has been the victim of a major 'denial of service' attack for over a week now, which has left it sluggish or inaccessible. A group calling itself 'AntiLeaks' has claimed it's behind the assault. It says it's comprised of young Americans concerned about Julian Assange's attempts to gain political asylum in Ecuador. For more, RT talks to Loz Kaye - the leader of the UK's Pirate party.

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