According to the latest reports, we have an anonymous activist group that is inscribing classified US war logs into Bitcoin. Why? It seems that this is done to protest Julian Assange’s imprisonment. Check out the latest reports about the matter below.

Julian Assange comes under the spotlight

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To refresh your memory, the Afghan War Documents Leak, also known as the Afghan War Diary, refers to the release of a collection of internal U.S. military logs related to the War in Afghanistan.

WikiLeaks published these logs on July 25, 2010, and they comprise over 91,000 documents covering the period between January 2004 and December 2009. Most of these documents are classified as secret.

As of July 28, 2010, only 75,000 of these documents have been released to the public, which WikiLeaks says is part of a harm minimization process demanded by their source.

Before publishing the initial 75,000 documents, WikiLeaks shared the logs with The Guardian, The New York Times and Der Spiegel, who agreed to publish reports on it earlier that same day.

The leak is considered one of the largest in U.S. military history. It revealed crucial information about the deaths of civilians, increased Taliban attacks, and the involvement of Pakistan and Iran in the insurgency. Due to the volume of material, WikiLeaks did not review all of the records before release.

A WikiLeaks spokesperson stated that they could not imagine anyone going through 76,000 documents. WikiLeaks has no knowledge of the source of the leaked data.

The New York Times, The Guardian, and Der Spiegel, the three outlets that received the documents in advance, have all concluded that they are authentic when compared to independent reports.

According to Bitcoin Magazine, a global protest in support of journalist and activist Julian Assange may be on the horizon. It all started with a cryptic inscription on October 7, which led to the formation of an unknown group called “Project Spartacus”.

The group aims to immortalize classified information that the US government has accused Assange of illegally providing to journalists during the Afghan War Diary, with the help of Bitcoin.

The logs from the Afghan War were published by WikiLeaks in July 2010, and the project aims to inscribe them into the Bitcoin blockchain.

Recently, an anonymous individual has claimed responsibility for the project after contacting Bitcoin Magazine.

The publication of these logs caused a major uproar in the US media and drew strong reactions from the government.

Surprisingly, the logs revealed information that was different from what the mainstream media had previously presented, and provided troubling insights into the events that occurred in Afghanistan. In some cases, the logs raised concerns about the behavior of certain US military operations.

We suggest that you check out the documentary by WikiLeaks. 

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