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WikiLeaks is asking its Twitter followers to weigh in on whether the site should publish its entire cache of unredacted U.S. cables, since its whole database is already available online—a breach that WikiLeaks has blamed on Guardian journalists David Leigh and Luke Harding, who published a password to the archive in their book about the organization. That password originally gave Guardian reporters access to the cable archive when they teamed up with WikiLeaks to report on the diplomatic cables. However, Leigh and Harding say they were told the password was temporary. WikiLeaks will likely look to Twitter before making a decision.