Is WikiLeaker Julian Assange a budding James Bond villain? TPM rightfully asks the quesiton after the LAT pointed out that the renegade website's new home (now that it isn't on Amazon's servers), Swedish Internet host Bahnhof, is located inside a cold war bomb shelter carved out of a mountain in Stockholm. You can check out pictures of the crazy set up here or, more fun, you can watch this video tour. They have a conference room called the moon room! Of course Assange can't exactly visit the bunker—he's wanted for questioning on rape charges in Sweden.
In other leak-related news, the Library of Congress has decided to block acess to the site on its networks, explaining that "applicable law obligates federal agencies to protect classified information. Unauthorized disclosures of classified documents do not alter the documents' classified status or automatically result in declassification of the documents."
Meanwhile, Ron Paul has gone and done what Ron Paul does, taking a different view on the matter than his peers, saying on a Fox Business interview yesterday "What we need is more WikiLeaks." He just wants the leaks to be in regards to the Federal Reserve.