Julian Assange published book about freedom and the future of internet
There is no doubt that the life of Julian Assange in recent years gives to write a book, but that task has not been easy given Wikileaks founder. His last attempt to write one ended in disaster when Assange had canceled contracts with the publishers, and the company published an autobiography that was in draft stage against the will of its author.
Now, locked in Ecuador’s embassy in London could not get out, the site’s founder leak announced that a new book published about him, he will speak of internet freedom and “resistance.” The work is titled “Cypherpunks: Freedom and the Future of the Internet” and will be published in print and digitally on November 26.
They appear as co-authors Jacob Applebaum (U.S. hacker and representative of WikiLeaks), Jeremie Zimmermann (spokesman of the French group La Quadrature du Net) and Andy Muller-Maguhn (member of the German Chaos Computer Club). The text is based largely on an interview that Assange had with the three in an episode of his TV show, The World Tomorrow , though he said it added new content.
Among the topics covered in this conversation are monitoring, data protection, corporate influence in politics, citizen participation, copyright, etc..
Link: Julian Assange to publish book about freedom and the future of the Internet (The Guardian)Tags: Andy MÃ¼ller-Maguhn, book, Jacob Applebaum, JÃ©rÃ©mie Zimmermann, Julian Assange, Wikileaks