Do you all understand that what the FedGov has done by barring access to Wikileaks here in the US (see also here and here) will be done against all FreeFor sites (Janet the Second will label them "domestic terrorism" sites) in the near future?
I mean, seriously -- do you really think that Google wouldn't do that?
Print and/or download everything you think you will need -- here and everywhere else.
UPDATE 0045 EST 5 DEC 2010: See also this perspective on the issue.
UPDATE 1355 EST 5 DEC 2010: But see this comment from a sharp mind:
I don't know that the sun is going to rise tomorrow, but...
Access to Wikileaks was not "barred in the US". Rather, their DNS provider dropped them like a live grenade. (But it was still available through plenty of mirror sites.)
Certainly not Fed.gov. 1) If they had somehow ordered it, the tech company (which like all tech companies probably has ten times the cojones found in the gun rights community) would likely have replied "Come back with a warrant." 2) Anybody at Fed.gov who even knows what a DNS provider is knows that Wikileaks would have picked up another one offshore inside of 24 hours, which would just make Fed.gov look impotent.
everydns.net (and the servers at Amazon), on the other hand, were the targets of massive negative public sentiment; notice that even the Vanderboeghs of the world are calling for the heads of Manning and Assenge; every script kiddie on the planet who plays Call of Duty is gunning for these guys. So why not wash your hands of the bad PR (and crushing traffic volumes in the middle of the holiday season) by making up some story about Cyber attacks and "Too bad, so sad? Guess you gotta find another host."
Occam's Razor suggests no need for federal involvement at all.