WikiLeaks has been financially blockaded without process for 463 days.
Julian Assange has been under house arrest without charge for 460 days.  
Bradley Manning has been in jail without trial for 657 days.  

WikiLeaks News:
  • Der Spiegel journalist Holger Stark asked Mastercard about their continued blockade of WikiLeaks, to which their spokesman replied, "Our position didn't change. I'm not able to give further explanations." 
  • Dazzlepod has created a tool for searching through the G.I. Files via keyword.
  • Emails from Stratfor show that Turkey is threatening military confrontation if Cyprus doesn't back of drilling.
  • WikiLeaks Press has archives which list the awards won by WikiLeaks and the support it has received from prominent journalists and figures.
  • Australian Friends of WikiLeaks now have a Twitter account.
  • WL Central has posted an update for March 10.

Julian Assange News:
  • M15 whistleblower Annie Machon writes on the extradition reform in the UK, theorizing that they may be delaying reform until Julian Assange is in Sweden.
  • The Support Assange & WikiLeaks Coalition (SAWC) has created printable stickers with QC codes that link to their website.

Bradley Manning News:
  • Alexa O'Brien did an in-depth interview with Chase Madar, a civil rights attorney and author of the upcoming book "The Passion of Bradley Manning."