WikiLeaks is a non-profit media organization and publisher of leaked documents. It was founded in 2006 by Julian Assange, an Australian editor, publisher, and activist. The organization operates as an online library, collecting secret government documents, news leaks, and classified media from anonymous sources. Its mission is to provide whistleblowers with a platform to expose hidden truths about various governments and institutions worldwide12. Over the years, WikiLeaks has released millions of documents, including footage of the 2007 Baghdad airstrike (known as “Collateral Murder”), US military field logs from the Afghanistan and Iraq wars, diplomatic cables, and emails from various governments. It has also exposed corruption, cyber warfare tools, and surveillance activities1. However, since 2021, WikiLeaks’ ability to publish has been restricted due to Julian Assange’s imprisonment and funding limitations1.