Det kom for nylig frem, at den ecuadorianske ambassade i London har bedt Julian Assange om selv at gøre rent på sit badeværelse, fodre ambassadens kat og lade være med at skændes med folk på nettet. Nu lægger han sag an.
This week's boring-ass Wikileaks releases are finally tossing up something amusing.
Getting your appeal thrown out by a country's Supreme Court sounds pretty final, but the Wikileaks founder has ways to continue fighting the accusations of rape and sexual assault that have dogged him for years.
We spend so much of our time trying to hack and subvert and work around the systems that make up the world, but should we be trying to change them for the better instead?
Jon Karlung, the chairman of the company who look after Wikileaks' servers, on his fight for online freedom.
They apparently have "remarkably good internet connectivity".
They know the name of a volatile country that the NSA is spying on.
Twitter might have turned Erdogan into a TV villain, but it's not going to end his political career.
The TPP looks disconcertingly similar to SOPA and ACTA.
And the cyber-security expert and WikiLeaks affiliate knows a fair bit about the state of internet surveillance.
Private Manning is the trans icon America needs.
It's not impossible, but scientifically speaking, it'd be very difficult.