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For more news & videos visit ☛english.ntdtv.com Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard says WikiLeaks has not breached any Australian law. Gillard, who initially labelled WikiLeaks' release of cables an illegal act, has altered her tone after an investigation by Australian Federal Police, and is now calling the act "grossly irresponsible." Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard says the Federal Police advised her that WikiLeaks did not commit any criminal offense in the country by releasing secret US diplomatic cables. The government had earlier ordered the police to investigate whether WikiLeaks, founded by Australian Julian Assange, was criminally liable in Australia. The request followed comments by Gillard that the "foundation stone" of the release of secret US cables by WikiLeaks was "an illegal act that certainly breached the laws of the United States of America." [Julia Gillard, Australian Prime Minister] "The government believed it was appropriate to refer the matter to the Australian Federal Police to ascertain whether or not there had been any breaches of any Australian law. We have done that now, we have received the advice and the advice is that there had been no breaches of Australian law." Gillard has been criticized by WikiLeaks supporters and some members of her Labor government for subjecting prejudice on Assange in any future criminal case. [Julia Gillard, Australian Prime Minister]: "I know there are a number of people who are fans of WikiLeaks. Let ...