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Posted By David Weinberger On December 15, 2010 @ 4:30 pm In Protect America,Rule of Law | 3 Comments
As Julian Assange avoids stepping foot in the United States and cuts off ties to U.S.-based servers for his website, WikiLeaks, what recourse is left for the United States to take? Further, what punishment will Private First Class Bradley Manning, the officer charged with leaking these documents to Assange, face? And could technology allow for more of these types of leaks in the future?
Visiting legal fellow Paul Rosenzweig confronts these questions and more in a timely podcast  on the legal side of WikiLeaks.
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