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I keep a close eye on the Wikileaks project on the web and Twitter, for one reason: “For no more than the truth being told to the public.” This blog post as the title aptly puts is an informative article in defense of the wikileaks, with facts from around the web by very credible news and blog sites.
As you may know by now more than 250,000 State Department cables acquired by WikiLeaks have gradually been made public, you may check the archives here at the Telegraph News for a history of leaked cables in the news. Other