ZOOLOGI VERTEBRATA lebih kompleks dibandingkan dengan golongan-golongan yang lain.. dan bikin kecelakaan di Yale University.At a time when the US government is closely tracking WikiLeaks for any role in releasing more "insurance" material, one of the organisation's main servers may be under threat.
The organisation revealed in a blog post on Thursday that its main website and its Twitter account were both inaccessible.
The site's Twitter account was shut down for a week, and the blog post says that its domain names have been seized by a third-party company. Assange has provided a contact number at "61-22-71-94-66" for anyone who has lost access to the WikiLeaks website, although the message left there on Thursday has not been answered.
The owner of one of WikiLeaks' domain names, Julian Paul Assange, has also been targeted by someone who has been "attacking his Twitter account for some time now," according to a message on Paul McCartney's Twitter account.
If WikiLeaks has been hacked, or had its servers raided and seized by the US authorities, it would not be the first time.
In late 2010, one of the organisation's website servers was taken down for a week by authorities in Germany. On Friday, WikiLeaks said in a statement: "The WikiLeaks website has been inaccessible intermittently for the last month, and the organisation has been hit by a systematic, multifront attack since this time."
In 2011, after the US government took down the organisation's website in response to the release of classified documents, Assange was arrested in the UK, and charged with computer-related crimes for allegedly hacking into a Swedish government agency, the.se domain name and the US military, among others. He was bailed until a 2012 court hearing, which is now due to start this week.
According to WikiLeaks, in an interview with Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter, Assange was charged on Friday with having sex with two women in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where he has sought asylum since July. The women, whose identities have not been revealed, have refused to testify, because they said they fear they will be arrested if they do so.
"The Swedish government is torturing its own citizens," WikiLeaks said in a statement on its official Twitter account. "Swedish citizens shouldn 0b46394aab