Wikileaks has hinted at more disclosures in the next hour.
The group, run by Julian Assange, is teasing the release of more confidential documents at 1pm GMT today.
Commentators expect there to be a series of new releases as it has given the documents the mysterious name "Vault7 Year Zero".
Over recent weeks speculation has grown as Wikileaks has tweeted about the strange title.
On March 4 it tweeted: "What is Vault7?"
Further updates featured a set of "wanted" for Assange, WikiLeaks' source Chelsea Manning and National Security Agency (NSA) mole Edward Snowden, which were made by the US Government.
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Today's pending publication contains elements that will be of interest to all tech journalists.
Today, Wikileaks tweeted that it will livestream a press conference at 1pm (GMT), adding: "Today's pending publication contains elements that will be of interest to all tech journalists."
It also posted links to previous CIA publications, feuling speculation.
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Wikileaks last significant release of data was in the run up to the US Presidential election when thousands of emails from the gmail account of Hillary Clinton's account manager John Podesta created headlines across the globe.
The US government said they had been leaked to Wikileaks by Russian hackers working for its government – something Assange denies.
He remains under political asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, to avoid prosecution over a rape allegation in Sweden which he dines, and potential extradition to the US over Wikileaks activities.
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