WikiLeaks domain terminated, moves to Swiss domain, prepares for Twitter ban

The domain name provider of WikiLeaks,, has said that it has terminated the domain as the domain has come under massive cyber attacks. As the website started releasing more than 250,000 diplomatic cables, the pressure against the whistle-blowing organization has been increasing from all over the world. The website is renamed (a Swiss domain).

The website now features a message "Keep us strong help wikileaks keep governments open," beside a photo of its founder Julian Assange.

Yesterday, the US server, had pulled the plug of the website and it had to move to European servers.

WikiLeaks Twitter response accuses the Amazon’s blog post response a ‘lie’ :

Amazon’s press release does not accord with the facts on public record. It is one thing to be cowardly. Another to lie about it.

Prepared for Twitter ban ?

Wikileaks has anticipated one more avenue to be blocked in the near future — in Twitter. Earlier today, there was zero in Twitter "following’ and now it is ‘1’.


The only one Twitter user it is following is a twitter backup service. The service claims to: "Backing up your Twitter data including tweets, followers, following list, favorites, DMs and more. This account is managed by @****"

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