It's their Wiki and they'll post if they want to. In an interview with the Associated Press, a spokesperson from the controversial whistle-blowing site WikiLeaks insisted that it will indeed continue to leak classified government documents from around the world, as is consistent with their sole purpose. "I can assure you that we will keep publishing documents—that's what we do," said Daniel Schmidt, speaking under a pseudonym to protect his identity. On Thursday, in response to the massive Afghan war log containing 76,900 classified military documents WikiLeaks posted that highlighted America's failures in the region, the Pentagon demanded that the site stop posting docs, claiming they threaten national security and compromise U.S. military efforts overseas. WikiLeaks contends that their operations contribute to public understanding of global affairs. Said Schmidt: "Knowledge about ongoing issues like the war in Afghanistan is the only way to help create something like safety... Hopefully with this understanding, public scrutiny will then influence governments to develop better politics."