An interview of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange by Steve Kroft from CBS’s 60 Minutes news magazine aired last night. The interview and an extended “Overtime” are available at the link above. Assange discussed himself, how WikiLeaks was similar to a press operation, and the possibility that WikiLeaks has Bank of America data. MSNBC reports that…

The WSJ($) prints an oped by US Senators Joseph Lieberman and Susan Collins regarding how to prevent the next WikiLeaks type disclosure. NASDAQ reports that US Representative Peter King requesting Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner to prohibit people and companies within the U.S. from doing business with the Wikileaks website by placing it on the specially…

The OMB Watch has a story on the Office of Management and Budget memo that updates the initial agency assessment ordered following the WikiLeaks disclosures. The memo “contains more than 100 questions developed by the National Archives and Records Administration’s Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO) and the Director of National Intelligence (DNI).” The WSJ reports…

The leading news surrounding WikiLeaks is that the US Justice Department sought the account information of Wikileaks, Julian Assange, Bradley Manning, Rop Gongrijp and Birgitta Jonsdottir. Twitter fought to have order unsealed, and Salon.com has posted a copy. The NYT reports on the 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act, under which the US Justice Department sought…

The NYT has a report on Bank of America making preparations in response to Julian Assange’s statement that WikiLeaks had information on a major US bank that it would be releasing. The Washington Post reports that the WikiLeaks release is prompting the federal government to complete detailed security reviews by month’s end to try to…