The logo of the Wikileaks website is pictured on a smartphone.(Reuters / Toru Hanai)
(August 9, 2012) WikiLeaks remains offline after days of distributed denial-of-service attacks rendered the website inaccessible. Now a group calling themselves AntiLeaks is taking credit and says their actions are in protest to the whistleblower site's founder.
Through Twitter on Wednesday, the self-proclaimed leader of a group going by the name AntiLeaks says that their organization is responsible for a barrage of DDoS attacks on WikiLeaks.org and other affiliated sites that has temporarily wiped one of the most controversial outlets for whistleblowing off the Web.
Wikileaks Founder Seeking Asylum, China Radio International
Ecuador said it would wait until the end of the London Olympic Games to announce a decision on Assange's asylum request.