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Correction, 9/12/10 – In our Legal Week Daily News Alert of 7 December 2010 a report on Legal Week incorrectly stated that Mark Stephens of Finers Stephens Innocent LLP claimed that he was in possession of an encryption key providing access to unreleased material held by the Wikileaks website and that he would release it should Mr Julian Assange be returned to Sweden. We accept that the allegation is entirely untrue and we are happy to withdraw it. Furthermore, we apologise unreservedly to Mr Stephens.

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