There is, perhaps, no greater email faux pas than The Accidental cc.
Alexandra Kotur learned this the hard way. When the ex–Vogue style director was prepping her departure for Town & Country (to be replaced by Observer contributing writer Chloe Malle) she sent an email to more than 500 close friends to let Read More
In a London press conference held today Wikileaks founder Julian Assange announced an impending new document dump. Assange said his website may soon publish up to 15,000 documents about the War in Afghanistan. Wikileaks and the Pentagon remain in a stalemate over the documents in question. The Pentagon Read More
This morning as America was waking up to the first day of news after the leak of nearly 92,000 classified documents describing the realities of the war in Afghanistan — this war’s Pentagon Papers — Julian Assange was speaking to members of the press at the Frontline Club in London behind a podium and Read More
Nearly 92,000 classified documents illustrating the realities of the war in Afghanistan over the last six years were published yesterday by The New York Times, Der Spiegel, and The Guardian, immediately drawing comparison to the Pentagon Papers, which changed the course of the Vietnam War when they Read More