Wikileaks has been at the center of some stiff controversy lately after a judge issued an order for the main domain name for wikileaks to be REMOVED from the root dns servers.
While this hasn't affected the availability of the website using a different top-level-domain extension (e.g. using another country code suffix instead of the typicaly .com or .org).
Some other information has come to light about the site, including some speculation that the servers behind wiki leaks may be stored in an underground ex-military bunker!
The latest update in the saga is now the free speech activist-type organizations that are actually pressing the judge that first issued the order to rescind it.
Its quite unprecedented to do this, and in fact, has shone a big spot-light on the site - and the information that was attempted to be censored which are documents that prove a bank based in Switzerland helps organizations hide & launder money through specific operational techniques (the likes of which were documented in the leaked documents).