The embattled whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks is back online with a new address, just hours after its previous domain name was shut down. The website emerged today with a new Swiss web address, wikileaks.ch, although the site itself appears to be hosted in Sweden and France. WikiLeaks’ U.S. domain-name provider EveryDNS had withdrawn service to the site late on December 2, saying hacker attacks threatened access to the other 500,000 websites in its network … (full text).
WikiLeaks Changes Web Address After Shutdown, published on Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, compiled from agency reports, Dec. 5, 2010.
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