Wikileaks Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Wikileaks Quotes from famous persons: Jonathan Nolan, Jack Kingston, Vladimir Putin, Jesse Ventura, Julian Assange. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Wikileaks Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.

I'm not affiliated with either Wikileaks or Anonymous -

I’m not affiliated with either Wikileaks or Anonymous – of course, it’s not like I would tell you anyway if I were because the whole point is to be anonymous.
Some experts believe that somebody is deceiving WikiLeaks, that its reputation is being undermined in order for it to be used for political purposes.
Vladimir Putin
WikiLeaks is exposing our government officials for the frauds that they are. They also show us how governments work together to lie to their citizens when they are waging war.
In my role as Wikileaks editor, I’ve been involved in fighting off many legal attacks. To do that, and keep our sources safe, we have had to spread assets, encrypt everything, and move telecommunications and people around the world to activate protective laws in different national jurisdictions.
In the history of Wikileaks, nobody has claimed that the material being put out is not authentic.
WikiLeaks, God bless them, will save lives as a result of their actions.
WikiLeaks is designed to make capitalism more free and ethical.
The values of WikiLeaks have been completely overshadowed by Julian Assange.
If there is one currency that helped Wikileaks take on the might of the U.S. Government, it was Bitcoins.
Openness, transparency – these are among the few weapons the citizenry has to protect itself from the powerful and the corrupt… and that is the best thing that WikiLeaks has done.
I think that the people who are trying to shut down WikiLeaks are going to have to accept this as a fact of reality that cryptography allows you to do this kind of thing.
The fallout from Wikileaks is incomparable to 9/11, the U.S.S. Cole, numerous embassies, et al.
Regarding Wikileaks, I have profound ambivalent feelings about it. I am a firm believer in a strong intelligence service. There’s a need for classified information.
Wikileaks didn’t help confidence with American administrations because of conversations made public so easily.
If Wikileaks didn’t resolve that question for folks – at the end of the day, there are no secrets. We’re living in a glass neighborhood, in a fishbowl, and technology, white hat hackers, the folks that are doing the right thing with hacking.
Saving Edward Snowden from prison is one of WikiLeaks’ achievements of which I am most proud.
Sarah Harrison
Let’s face it: WikiLeaks exists because the mainstream media haven‘t done their job.
I’m a freedom of information campaigner, so obviously I support the cause of Wikileaks.
I always believed that WikiLeaks as a concept would perform a global role, and to some degree it was clear that it was doing that as far back as 2007 when it changed the result of the Kenyan general election.
Julian Assange is certainly no hero. The man behind WikiLeaks issued threats as if he were Dr. No bent on ending civilization as we know it. We will find him, lock him up, and throw away the key. But give the man credit; for a week the truth was laid bare.
Martin Cruz Smith
So far, we have a perfect record of WikiLeaks having never revealed information that exposed a source over 10 years.
Amazon webhosting dropped Wikileaks as a customer after receiving a complaint from U.S. Senator Joe Lieberman, despite the fact that Wikileaks had not been charged, let alone convicted, of any crime.
This whole idea of visibility by the public creates a pretty powerful lever. In the new transparency era, you are able to make change you would otherwise have difficulty making. It’s no longer possible for somebody just to bury the problem. It’s the reason why things like WikiLeaks are important.
If I had some information, the last thing I would ever do with it is send it to Wikileaks.
Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, has on several occasions talked about transparency as an absolute principle. I don’t personally believe that.
‘Free’ is the museum show of our times, presaging the whole Wikileaks dustup, and it shows shifting power dynamics and a glimpse of the human in a world of flowing data.
Discerning the legal difference between what WikiLeaks did and what news organizations do is difficult and would set a terrible precedent.
There isn’t much question that the person who obtained the WikiLeaks cables from a classified U.S. government network broke U.S. law and should expect to face the consequences. The legal rights of a website that publishes material acquired from that person, however, are much more controversial.
Wikileaks in its essence is a publisher, pure and simple. They were very much in the same position as ‘The New York Times‘ and ‘The Guardian.’
WikiLeaks is what happens when the entire U.S. government is forced to go through a full-body scanner.
There are many people, including me, who admire the original mission of WikiLeaks.
WikiLeaks has revealed some hard truths about the Iraq and Afghan wars and broken stories about corporate corruption.
WikiLeaks is not a news organization; it is a cell of activists that is releasing information designed to embarrass people in power.
Free speech and freedom of the press are under attack in the U.K. I cannot return to England, my country, because of my journalistic work with NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and at WikiLeaks. There are things I feel I cannot even write.
Sarah Harrison
RT was one of the first channels to cover the Wikileaks story and to interview Julian Assange a long time ago, way before it made headlines around the globe.
I think the future of journalism is going to be a battle between caution and recklessness. And I think a little bit of recklessness is a good thing, as some of the WikiLeaks cables proved.
Back in 2010, it didn’t matter when it was only Cuban democrats, Zimbabwean dissidents, Afghan reformists and Russian bloggers whose lives and liberty were put at risk by Wikileaks’ wilfully negligent data dumps.
Why do we even need WikiLeaks? They’re not the only organization that publishes leaks. And they don’t have some special technology that allows them to post on the Internet with mirrored sites. The idea of WikiLeaks lives on, but as an organization, it’s become increasingly irrelevant.
WikiLeaks, for me, has not only that element in it of journalism publishing, but also the way in which it does it, with its – the concept we have of scientific journalism, I find very important and really appeals to me, that all of the source documents should be there.
Sarah Harrison
In a film muddied by fictional detail, the new Spielberg production Fifth Estate‘s portrayal of the Guardian’s work with Wikileaks is accurate in describing the running dispute between journalists who wanted to redact documents to make them safe and Julian Assange, who wanted no such restraint.
In the physical world, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is a wanted man.
The ‘conspiracy theorist’ is no longer a crazy person with a tinfoil hat, but they are the Edward Snowdens and the WikiLeaks that bring down major institutions and are the catalysts for social change.
Dean Haglund
If WikiLeaks were a for-profit company, determining its real value would be a nearly impossible task.
People intrinsically know there are secrets being held from us. Look at WikiLeaks: There are secrets that are really true to the world.
Bob Weinstein