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LiveLeak

A video sharing website that is headquartered in the London, England.

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LiveLeak also gained media after hosting a controversial documentary film, called Fitna, criticizing Islam made by a Dutch politician named Geert WildersGeert Wilders. Wilders chose to upload his documentary to LiveLeak after his website hosting the documentary was temporarily suspended.

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The site received a large amount of attention in 2007 after hosting a video of Saddam Husseins execution on their platform and being mentioned by Tony Snow (a spokesman of the Whitehouse) and Tony BlairTony Blair (British Prime Minister). Tony Blair made the following statement mentioning LiveLeak regarding the online exposure of Saddam Husseins execution:

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The site received a large amount of attention in 2007 after hosting a video of Saddam Husseins execution on their platform and being mentioned by Tony SnowTony Snow (a spokesman of the Whitehouse) and Tony Blair (British Prime Minister). Tony Blair made the following statement mentioning LiveLeak regarding the online exposure of Saddam Husseins execution:

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War is no longer something read in dispatches, it comes straight into the living room. Take a website like LiveLeak, which has become popular with soldiers from both sides of the divide in both Afghanistan and IraqIraq. Operational documentary material, from their mobile phones or laptops, is posted on the site in real time.
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