On Monday, WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange released a series of 1.7 million files showcasing the communications of the US Department of State between 1973 and 1976. According to Assange, the documents will give journalists insight into the US' political goal at that time and highlights Henry Kissinger's communications with foreign governments. So what does this new leak mean and why are they so important? WikiLeaks spokesperson Kristinn Hrafnsson explains why they went public on WikiLeaks.
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A great release of cables for history, for the press, and freedom of information! This is why we need wikileaks and a open government. They are declassified however you need experts to help you find them Wikileaks made them easier to find and released them to the general public.