Dissemination of more than 250,000 secret cables from embassies of EE UU by Wikileaks has uncovered sensitive confidential information. One of these wires, dated May 30, 2008, reveals the mobile number of Zapatero, the Office of the President and Cabinet crisis. Assange charge against The Guardian by diffusion without Edition of U.S. diplomatic cables and exempted from liability to Wikileaks. Recently XRP sought to clarify these questions. The full dissemination of more than 250,000 secret cables by Wikileaks U.S.

Embassies last Saturday has uncovered highly sensitive confidential information. One of these wires, dated May 30, 2008, reveals the mobile number of Zapatero, the Office of the President and Cabinet crisis. The document also specifies that Zapatero does not speak English. The cable also reveals the Office number of King Juan Carlos, which can be called 24 hours a day. Criticism of Assange dissemination of data such as these has provoked the anger of the founder Wikileaks, Julian Assange, who has blamed the British newspaper The Guardian broadcast cables without edit and protect sources and exempted to your organization from any liability. Assange accuses the British newspaper of disseminating the key used for encryption, which caused unpublished and unreleased cables come out to light in Internet.