Ceblesearch engine have been released as an initiative of investigative reporters who want to harvest Wikileaks Cablegate documents.
Henk van Ess, chairman of the Dutch-Flemish association of investigative journalists VVOJ, developed the search tool to help journalists analyze the more than 250,000 documents released on WikiLeaks in the last days.
Van Ess, who developed the search tool with the VVOJ and the European Center of Computer Assisted Reporting (ECCAR), says a comprehensive analysis of all documents should help journalists trace these respective paragraphs. Speaking in various Dutch media outlets over the weekend, Van Ess emphasized the need for journalists to double-check the information displayed in the US diplomatic cables.
As the name says, this new resource allows users to search the full text of the embassy cables being released by WikiLeaks.
Users can also browse cables using the following categories:
+ Zeitgeist (Real-Time Look at What Others Are Searching For)
+ New Cables
+ Most Popular
+ By Source
+ By Classification
+ By Urgency
+ By Tag
+ By Date
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And more useful information – how to understand stylistics and abbreviations in State Department cables language:
Via Unredacted – independent non-governmental research institute and library located at The George Washington University, the Archive collects and publishes declassified documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act.
You can use also Cable Researcher.
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