Biggish news today that London police have arrested Julian Assange, and removed him from the Ecuadorean Embassy where he had been holed up since skipping bail in 2012. Apparently Assange wore out his diplomatic welcome in a variety of ways, including failing to keep his room clean. While US investigators are anxious to talk with Assange over Russia's attempts to influence the 2016 US elections, my guess is that Assange personally won't have much of interest to tell them, since by that time he'd already been holed up in the Embassy for almost four years. All the same: I can't say I'm sorry seeing Assange finally facing justice. And I doubt we'll hear too much more of Wikileaks in the years ahead, although I suspect it will end up being replaced by something even more dangerous and destructive.