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Remember WikiLeaks? It's still around, it's still somewhat leaky, and it's still very much loved by the amorphous hacker entity known as "Anonymous." Anons and WikiLeaks both generally enjoy breaking down barriers of secrecy and scattering what they find into the public view, though they may tend to work with different styles. Besides exposing secrets, one thing Anonymous has been known to do is attack those who would attack or even opt to shun WikiLeaks. This was the case with online payment service PayPal.
PayPal, MC, and Visa took a political stand instead of a business stand. They apparently burned the bridge between them and the customer called wikileaks. Many a times a business may take a wrong decision but corrects itself within a reasonable time, but not in this case. These companies never corrected themselves to wikileaks, which proves how adamant and arrogant they are.
Wikileaks have billions of supporters now including thousands of business affiliations.
Never in the entire history of mankind has an organization gained so many supporters as wikileaks.
Just like any other company, wikileaks may be registered in a country, and that's technical matter, but the whole world treats wikileaks as a universal company.