The whistleblowing site was founded in 2006 by Julian Assange, who today said he “feels sorry” for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Controversial website WikiLeaks began spilling secrets 10 years ago, and there’s more to come.
In coming weeks, the site is set to publish documents related to Google, the US presidential election and more, according to controversial founder Julian Assange.
A video showing the top 10 leaks on the site today opened a press conference marking the 10th anniversary of the whistleblower site, in which time it has published 10 million documents. Assange promised new information every week for the next 10 weeks, related to Google, military operations, arms trading and mass surveillance. He also promised all documents related to the US presidential election would be published before the vote on November 8.