WikiLeaks reveals intelligence firm’s e-mails
Accuses US-based think tank Stratfor of shady dealings
Private intelligence firm Stratfor is in the business of shedding light on the world for its many clients. On Monday, antisecrecy group WikiLeaks tried to shed light on Stratfor, saying it had more than 5 million of the company’s e-mails and would publish them in collaboration with two dozen international media organizations. The small selection so far published on WikiLeaks’ website gives a look at the daily routine of the Texas-based think tank, whose clients range from local universities to global megacorporations.