Nevertheless, Wikileaks makes the governments of many nations feel stressed when their secrets are being posted on Wikileaks without their awareness. For these governments, especially the U.S, Wikileaks is a terrorist organization that makes their societies be out of their control. Many Americans support Wikileaks because they believe that it is protected by the First Amendment, the right to Free Speech and Freedom of the Press. However, because of national security, many legislators have discussed curtailing the First Amendment to prevent Wikilea...
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