Congressman Issa Demands Action on Wikileaks

The impact of the huge release of confidential government files, the so-called Wikileaks scandal, continues to percolate.

While journalists and others continue to review the thousands of pages of correspondence between diplomats and other government agencies, some in Congress are expressing frustration with the government’s response to the security lapse. Wikileaks has also hampered efforts to pass new whistleblower legislation. The new Congress is set to tackle this and other key issues, including net neutrality. Datamation has the details.

A prominent House Republican positioning himself as a leading White House watchdog lashed out at Attorney General Eric Holder on Sunday for his response to the publication of sensitive U.S. diplomatic and military documents on the whistleblower website Wikileaks.

In an appearance on Fox News, Rep. Darrell Issa (Calif.), took Holder to task for failing to articulate a decisive legal strategy through which to bring charges against Wikileaks and its founder, Julian Assange.

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GOP House Chair Seeks Action Against Wikileaks

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