The wikileaks web site has been reopened in the US, as the judge who initially ordered it shut down on Friday reversed his decision. 

The site, which acts as a whistle-blowing forum, was order shut down a couple of weeks ago when Swiss bank Julius Baer brought an injunction against it.
The bank said the site had posted sensitive account information from a former employee which purported to detail information about money laundering.
The US judge ordered the site shut down, which ignited a storm of protest concerning free speech.
He has now done an about-turn, concerned about First Amendment implications as well as legal jurisdiction.
In addition, the action was largely futile, since other sites immediately published the same documents.