In a statement published on its website, the not-for-profit advocacy group explained “This is a gesture of support for WikiLeaks’ right to publish information without being obstructed. We defend the free flow of information on the Internet and the protection of sources, without which investigative journalism cannot exist.”
Reporters without Borders has previously issued statements in defense of WikiLeaks and Assange’s stated desire for transparency and freedom of expression.
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See Reporters without Borders’ complete Dec. 21 statement here.