P2P intelligence company Tiversa is claiming to have evidence which proves that Wikileaks got some of their materials of file-sharing networks such as KaZaA and LimeWire.
“WikiLeaks is doing searches themselves on file-sharing networks,” Chief Executive Officer Robert Boback told Bloomberg.
Tiversa says it spotted several searches on P2P networks that were specifically targeted at confidential documents. The documents that were found through these searches later appeared on the Wikileaks website.
These searches were allegedly coming from Sweden, where Wikileaks servers are also hosted. So, Tiversa concludes that the whistleblower site actively searched for confidantial informations and discovered some leaks on their own.
Wikileaks’ attorney Mark Stephens, however, discredits Tiversa’s claims and says they are “completely false in every regard.”
You can read the full story on Bloomberg.