In response to the "killing" of Wikileaks.org by the US, countless mirror sites are springing up all over the world. It's impossible to authoritatively catalog them all—too many mirrors, and too fluid of a situation. But here are some active indexes, which appear to be dynamically updating as new mirrors pop up.
A Google search string
[[wl-mirror]] at AnonWiki
Man, it's DeCSS all over again. Readers are invited to catalog others in the comments.
(thanks, Nadim, Kathy, Dan, Jens, jchillerup, and others)
photo: "I think I'll call it the internet," by WarmSleepy, from the Boing Boing Flickr Pool.
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