The founder of WikiLeaks -- the muckraking group that's made headlines publishing classified U.S. embassy communications from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan -- says he will soon reveal the secrets of financial firms, including a major U.S. bank.In an interview with Forbes, WikiLeaks' Julian Assange promises that early next year the group will publish "tens or hundreds of thousands of documents" generated by a "big U.S. bank."The documents will provide "true and representative insight into how banks behave at the executive level in a way that will stimulate investigations and reforms," Assange said, revealing "some flagrant violations" and "unethical practices."Last year, Assange told Computerworld that WikiLeaks had 5 gigabytes of data from a Bank of America executive's hard drive.Bank of America hasn't commented on speculation that company information may be released by WikiLeaks, and Forbes' Andy Greenberg said in a follow-up piece ...
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