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Julian Assange and Wikileaks

Jason Porterfield

Julian Assange and Wikileaks

by Jason Porterfield

  • 250 Want to read
  • 17 Currently reading

Published by Rosen Pub. Group in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Leaks (Disclosure of information),
  • Whistle blowing,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • WikiLeaks (Organization)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJason Porterfield
    SeriesInternet biographies
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJF1525.S4 P67 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25078429M
    ISBN 109781448869152
    LC Control Number2011041614

    Julian Assange first came to major international attention as the founder of the whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks. He was born Julian Paul Hawkins in Australia on July 3, Often reluctant to talk about his background he led a nomadic childhood, living in over . Awards were lavished and celebrated as if Julian Assange did not exist. WikiLeaks' revelations became part of The Guardian's marketing plan to raise the paper's cover price. They made money, often big money, while WikiLeaks and Assange struggled to survive. With not a penny going to WikiLeaks, a hyped Guardian book led to a lucrative Hollywood.

      Julian Assange talked about his book, [The WikiLeaks Files: The World According to US Empire], in which he lays out the information contained in the documents published to the WikiLeaks .   Julian Assange carried a book during his arrest. He may have been sending a message. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is seen in a police van after his arrest in London.

    WikiLeaks is a media organisation that has published secret documents about these entities for years, and Julian Assange and his staff have done this consistently, not occasionally like all . LONDON (AP) — A lawyer for Julian Assange complained Tuesday that the WikiLeaks founder was handcuffed 11 times, stripped naked twice and had court papers taken away on the first day of .


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Julian Assange and Wikileaks by Jason Porterfield Download PDF EPUB FB2

Actually, Wikileaks is just the background story here; the whole action is more about how The Guardian dealt with Assange and the other publishing partners than Wikileaks itself.

It's not a bad story, even with the abundance of by:   There’s evidently only room for one “people’s intelligence agency,” as Bellingcat founder Eliot Higgins demonstrated in a recent twitter tirade against WikiLeaks and its founder, Julian Assange, over the descriptor.

A new book by Higgins on Bellingcat bills the organization as an “intelligence agency for the people.”. AUTHOR Julian Assange is the editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks.

He is the author of Cypherpunks: Freedom and the Future of the Internet (OR Books, ) and When Google Met WikiLeaks (OR Books, ). Julian is currently facing extradition charges to the US in Belmarsh prison London. The talk was held on 21 Jul at Google's headquarters in Mountain View, California.

In this extract from his new book When Google Met Wikileaks, WikiLeaks' publisher Julian Assange describes the special relationship between Google, Hillary Clinton and the State Department -- and what that means for the future of the internet.

Julian Assange's lawyer says a book written by Guardian journalists allowed people to view unredacted leaked classified documents, rather than the WikiLeaks. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was hit with a new federal indictment on Wednesday accusing him of conspiring with hackers, including the group “Anonymous.” The superseding indictment Author: Tamar Lapin.

On Wednesday night at Babycastles, a Manhattan videogame-art collective, Julian Assange celebrated the publication of his new book, When Google Met WikiLeaks. He. Claim: On WikiLeaks emails: "Our source is not the Russian government and it is not a state party.”Mostly false.

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange explains. By Julian Assange (Caricature by John Graham / ) IT HAS BEEN revealed today, thanks to Edward Snowden, that Google and other United States tech companies received millions of dollars from by the NSA for their compliance with the PRISM mass surveillance system.

LONDON — WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was forcibly bundled out of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London and into a British police van on. THE WIKILEAKS FILES: THE WORLD ACCORDING TO US EMPIRE BY JULIAN ASSANGE was to me a very difficult book to read.

In my humble opinion it was loaded with too many facts your head starts swimming,so I took a different approach to the book.I went to the index in the back of the book picked a topic and then went and read the pages noted/5.

The book of hours on Julian Assange is now being written. But the scribes are far from original. Repeated rituals of administrative hearings that have no common purpose other than to string things out before the axe are being enacted.

Of late, the man most commonly associated with WikiLeaks’ publication project cannot participate in any [ ]. The book of hours on Julian Assange is now being written.

But the scribes are far from original. Repeated rituals of administrative hearings that have no common purpose other than to. WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange's War on Secrecy is a book by British journalists David Leigh and Luke Harding. It is an account of Julian Assange, WikiLeaks, and the leak by Chelsea Manning of classified material to the website in It was published by Guardian Books in February Cited by:   Two of the three books under review – David Leigh and Luke Harding's WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange's War on Secrecy (Guardian Books, £) and Daniel Domscheit-Berg's Inside WikiLeaks: My.

The basis for the movie The Fifth Estate (starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Julian Assange), this eye-opening account by Daniel Domscheit-Berg, the former spokesman of WikiLeaks, reveals never-disclosed details about the inner workings of the increasingly controversial organization that has str/5.

In Defense of Julian Assange Edited by TARIQ ALI and MARGARET KUNSTLER "This book shows why the Julian Assange case is one of the most important press freedom cases of this century or any other century."—James C.

Goodale, former Vice Chairman and General Counsel of The New York Times. In "When Google Met WikiLeaks" by Julian Assange, this very idea is fully explored and confirmed for those that can plainly decipher the true/primary message of this book.

Julian Assange is for me (and I am not afraid to say it), one truly courageous and conscientious by: 7. This book is about Julian Assange and Wikileaks.

This Australian citizen and his global newsagency are household names. For many, their basic narrative requires no : Jay Jericho.

With not a penny going to Julian Assange or to WikiLeaks, a hyped Guardian book led to a lucrative Hollywood movie. The book’s authors, Luke Harding and David Leigh, turned on their source.

Julian Assange, the year-old founder and editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks, has been living in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London since June of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been sentenced to 50 weeks in prison for breaching his bail.

The Australian appeared at Southwark Crown Court on Wednesday morning where he was sentenced to 11 months in prison. Announcing the sentence, Judge Deborah Taylor told Assange: "It's difficult to envisage a more serious example of this offence.".

Today OR Books publishes “In Defense of Julian Assange,” a new essay compilation on the persecution and prosecution of the WikiLeaks founder and publisher. Edited by author and historian Tariq Ali and civil rights attorney Margaret Kunstler, the book deals with Assange and WikiLeaks’ groundbreaking journalism and its impact, the fight to protect whistleblowers and the public’s right.