___ (Reuters) - Anonymous, a hacker group sympathetic to WikiLeaks, plans to release e-mails obtained from Bank of America
No word yet as to when this newest material will be leaked, but according to the Computer World interview, the delay may
AFP reports: UPDATE: Julian Assange did not confirm he has information pertaining to Bank of America. AFP misrepresented
Assange once again struck back at the rape charges brought against him in Sweden, which his lawyer has dismissed as "honeytraps
New York Times scribe Andrew Ross Sorkin, for his part, says it's not Wall Street executives who are worried about WikiLeaks
The SEC has proposed new rules based on the financial reform legislation, and corporations are urging the agency to muzzle new whistleblowers.
Here's Assange's 2009 interview: ORIGINAL POST: The next target of WikiLeaks may be Bank of America, if comments made last