Despite WikiLeak's dire financial situation, it is still publishing documents. One of its latest publications is the prosecution and prison documents for Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg who is suspected of performing one of the biggest hacks in Swedish history.
The information is public, but wasn't provided in digital format by the Swedish prosecution. Photocopying this volume of paper cost around £350 (US$530), according to WikiLeaks.
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