The time of WikiLeaks is over. Assange tries to stay in the news with hasty releases of little news value, or, in the case of the DNCLeaks, to settle an old score.
Problems for Hillary Clinton are increasing. After John Schindler got the ball rolling on Clinton's #EmailGate WikiLeaks front man Julian Assange announced more publications of emails from Clinton's time as secretary of state.
In a message published by MEP Julia Reda Antoine Deltour, who currently is on trial for blowing the whistle on tax agreements between Luxembourg authorities and multinational companies, bringing to light a large-scale tax avoidance planning, calls for the rejection of the trade secrets directive (.pdf).