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Spreadshirt's WikiLeaks Shop Sees Sales Rise Following Julian Assange Asylum Decision
Spreadshirt (www.spreadshirt.co.uk), a leading self-expression platform for creating, buying and selling custom clothing online, has seen sales in the WikiLeaks shop rise following Julian Assange’s asylum decision.
Spreadshirt is the worldwide creative ecommerce platform for personalised apparel. There are more than 40,000 active online shops open around the world. Brands, clubs, artists, bloggers, individuals and celebrities use Spreadshirt’
Almost 300 employees work to bring the ideas of Spreadshirt customers to life on Spreadshirt t-shirts. Without foreign capital, Spreadshirt was founded in 2002 in Leipzig, Germany, and is now active throughout Europe and North America. Spreadshirt has millions of customers worldwide and over half a million shop partners. You can read about Spreadshirt and the people who work behind the scenes on the Spreadshirt blogs, on Twitter, Flickr or Facebook.
WikiLeaks is a not-for-profit media organisation. Our goal is to bring important news and information to the public. We provide an innovative, secure and anonymous way for sources to leak information to our journalists (our electronic drop box). One of our most important activities is to publish original source material alongside our news stories so readers and historians alike can see evidence of the truth. We are a young organisation that has grown very quickly, relying on a network of dedicated volunteers around the globe. Since 2007, when the organisation was officially launched, WikiLeaks has worked to report on and publish important information. We also develop and adapt technologies to support these activities.
WikiLeaks has sustained and triumphed against legal and political attacks designed to silence our publishing organisation, our journalists and our anonymous sources. The broader principles on which our work is based are the defense of freedom of speech and media publishing, the improvement of our common historical record and the support of the rights of all people to create new history. We derive these principles from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In particular, Article 19 inspires the work of our journalists and other volunteers. It states that everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers. We agree, and we seek to uphold this and the other Articles of the Declaration.
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