Ecuador says it has 'temporarily restricted' WikiLeaks founder Assange's internet access
Ecuador's government acknowledged Tuesday that it has "temporarily restricted" internet access at its embassy in London for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange after the website published a trove of documents from Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
The foreign ministry said in a statement that while it stands by its decision in 2012 to grant Assange asylum in London, it doesn't interfere in foreign elections or "support a candidate in particular."
The ministry didn't specify the extent of the restrictions on Assange's internet access, saying only that the restrictions... read more
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