Bank of America, the new victim of Wikileaks?

Bank of America officials have strongly rejected speculation made earlier this week by Julian Assange that the next Wikileaks target would be “a great American bank”  , according to CNN.

Huffington Post has made disclosures on that speculation, citing an interview published in October 2009 in the magazine Computer World Assange said he has  “one of the Bank of America executive’s 5GB hard drive”.

Scott Silvestri, spokesman for the bank,  said that currently there is no more evidence of this than there were 14 months ago. “With more than a year ago, Wikileaks claimed that would  have a hard drive an executive from  Bank of America,” said Silvestri. “In addition to these statements, we have no evidence in this regard,” said Silvestri.

In an interview with Forbes magazine,Assange said that the information is preparing to publish “could subdue a bank or two.”

“It could be called corruption ecosystem. It’s about decision-making processes but also supports ignoring unethical practices: there is no oversight, executive priorities, how they act in their own interest,” said founder of Wikileaks.

Observers on Wall Street but wonder how any material could harm one of the largest banks, since many are already involved in scandals.

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Posted by M Cosmin on Dec 2 2010. Filed under Featured News, Finance, US, World. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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