Update: WikiLeaks reports that the Tuesday announcement will still take place as scheduled.
However, instead of having Julian Assange give his announcement on the balcony of the embassy, the announcement will take place via a video conference which will air at a Berlin press conference.
However, MSNBC’s Jesse Rodriguez says that the announcement has been canceled by WikiLeaks over “security concerns.” Fox News reports that Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, has canceled his scheduled Tuesday announcement.
However, it appears that reporters and the public will have to wait a little bit longer for the release.
Some are speculating that the data dump will still take place, but that Assange will simply not make an appearance to the public and instead will resort to video announcement instead.