At a press conference held this morning in Frontline Club's main room, Wikileaks announced a massive trove of files on Syria. Already, the evidence is shining light on Assad's government and his supporters, including an Italian firm who busily installed surviellance tech during the uprising. Wiki's news partners are not without controversy though. Channel 4's Alex Thompson blogs for INSI about the difficulty in reporting accurately from and about Syria. CNN Comments on the brave citizen video journalists who are the main source of footage coming out of the stricken country. The Guardian reports that pro-Assad activists have apparently hacked Al Jazerra's internet Stream and Huffington Post reports on known terrorists crossing into Syria from Iraq. While the last three links here are not a direct result of the WikiDump, the continuing escalation of cyberwarfare in the Syrian civil war marks it dubiously as a conflict of both physical and digital attacks. As the Dump is parsed and reported, more technological links to oppression and violence will doubtlessly be revealed.