☩ Amazon servers in the U.S. and Ireland discontinued the hosting of Wikileak's web content. The proffered reason demands that the content violated Amazon's hosting policy. EveryDNS name servers in the U.S. discontinued the translation of name requests for 'wikileaks.org' the day after. EveryDNS' proffered reason demanded that service attacks were being carried out against the 'wikileaks.org' IP address.
☩ These two actions comprise, effectively, a 'block' of the Wikileaks site less than a week after the CableGate releases of 275,000 supposedly classified U.S. documents. With the afforded attention Wikileaks has managed for itself, and denial of any exercised interest someone like, oh say, the U.S. government may maintenance as regards the matter, suddenly Wikileaks cannot be accessed from the U.S.
☩ I cannot endorse that coincidence is to blame for the blocking of access to the Wikileaks site. Your author cannot bring himself to believe any of the overt, hostile actions against Wikileaks, including the charges against the Wikileaks executive, Assange, could be remotely honorable in nature. Speculatively, it would be difficult to believe that the CableGate documents aren't U.S.-intelligence-manufactured, algorythmically-generated disinformation to test a subject population as per its possession of sensitive material versus electronic search and seizure laws... auspicing the legitimacy of CableGate as a security breach of the scale implied is ridiculous. Below are listed a number of links to active Wikileaks content.