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Very interesting to read this while the battle for Julian Assange s asylum was being finalised I must admit I was a tad disappointed that he was actually still in the Ecuador embassy when he gave his thank you speech, I was hoping he had snuck out long ago I understand that Andrew Fowler created a television documentary regarding the same information so this book is almost a written account of the show There is sooo much information, so many countries, so many organisations, so much back sto Very interesting to read this while the battle for Julian Assange s asylum was being finalised I must admit I was a tad disappointed that he was actually still in the Ecuador embassy when he gave his thank you speech, I was hoping he had snuck out long ago I understand that Andrew Fowler created a television documentary regarding the same information so this book is almost a written account of the show There is sooo much information, so many countries, so many organisations, so much back story that you couldn t possibly fit it all into less than 250 pages not including introduction, acknowledgements, notes and index The sexual assault charges are only touched on pardon the pun , Fowler has included as part of the whole rather than just the straw that broke the camel s back.Fowler is obviously passionate and extremely knowledgeable about the subject matter, however, I felt the almost non linear nature of the text made it hard to work out exactly what happened when and the reasons why and results The background of old versus new in the world of journalism and its relationship with governments is interesting and the dynamics of that relationship is exactly what this book and Wikileaks is all about.In the last 60 years when all sorts of interesting things were happening in the USA Roswell, JFK and the lone gunman not quite the title for a children s book , Marilyn, the Cuban missile crisis, Watergate, classified documents were on paper, could be blacked out, burned, destroyed so they no longer existed In the age of digital media and the internet nothing can no longer exist and unfortunately the American government hasn t quite grasped that Just because it is classified doesn t mean it didn t happen or is justifiable The internet is a double edged sword, take it for what it is capable of but don t cry poor when the tiger you have grabbed by the tail bites you.Fowler is also very diplomatic in his personal judgement of Assange, his opinion waivers between brilliant genius and socially inept child who should be spared because he knows not what he does I think this may be because apparently you want to be in Julian s inner circle and not on the outer and denouncing your main protagonist as a complete nutter would probably not endear you to him and a second interview would be unlikely.This is a very interesting book and definitely worth a read to gather some understanding of the situation What happens next is anyone s guess, good on Ecuador for not being scared of a bully and shame on the Australian Government for not doingI know Bob Carr has said recently that Australia has assisted Assange s case 60 something times in since cablegate began, but you can t help thinking of a nerd who is only popular by association asking the cool kid if they could talk and the cool kid replying nah It doesn t count as a conversation I haven t read much of the book it has started off really slow and isn t getting much better I thought i would be interesting but it is to slow for me Itof a documentary of hid life I m on page 65 not much has happened all it has been talking about his life and what has been going on it is about this guy named Julian Assange and he has this web site named Wikileaks they leak information to the public They hack into government agencies and get information that isn t being told to the I haven t read much of the book it has started off really slow and isn t getting much better I thought i would be interesting but it is to slow for me Itof a documentary of hid life I m on page 65 not much has happened all it has been talking about his life and what has been going on it is about this guy named Julian Assange and he has this web site named Wikileaks they leak information to the public They hack into government agencies and get information that isn t being told to the world both flattering and not, it is a crucial book to read if you want to understand not just WikiLeaks but Assange himself. Superb This man is a hero, not a traitor I thought I knew Julian Assange until I read this book I still don t and I concluded that neither do many other people Descriptions of him range from witty, charming, intelligent and passionate.intellectually seductive and not just to women p.178 to dishevelled, like a bag lady walking in off the street, wearing a dingy light coloured sport coat and cargo pants, dirty white shirt, beat up sneakers and filthy white socks that collapsed around his ankles He smelt as if he hadn t bathed I thought I knew Julian Assange until I read this book I still don t and I concluded that neither do many other people Descriptions of him range from witty, charming, intelligent and passionate.intellectually seductive and not just to women p.178 to dishevelled, like a bag lady walking in off the street, wearing a dingy light coloured sport coat and cargo pants, dirty white shirt, beat up sneakers and filthy white socks that collapsed around his ankles He smelt as if he hadn t bathed in days p.148 I must admit I, too, wondered how Assange combined his peripatetic lifestyle with hygiene but this book doesn t really shine much light on this There is a lot of information about internet stuff which I found a bit dry and I looked forward to the next thrilling bit However, the thrills are lost in the details Nonetheless, it provides an adequate background to the phenomenon that is WikiLeaks and signposts many other issues including Scientology and the Melbourne cult, The Family I admire Wikileaks and Julian Assange for the work that they do The trend in the past 10 years is for the government to knowandabout the people, and for the people to know less and less about the government, thanks to the ever increasing power of the surveillance security state and the everblatant violations of basic constitutional rights Wikileaks is a counter force to that trend, and has revealed a great deal of wrong doing, corruption, incompetence, and falsehoods on the p I admire Wikileaks and Julian Assange for the work that they do The trend in the past 10 years is for the government to knowandabout the people, and for the people to know less and less about the government, thanks to the ever increasing power of the surveillance security state and the everblatant violations of basic constitutional rights Wikileaks is a counter force to that trend, and has revealed a great deal of wrong doing, corruption, incompetence, and falsehoods on the part of our government and governments around the world.This book is part biography of Julian Assange and part inside look at how Wikileaks has operated during the past 5 years This book reveals the extent to which Assange s personality quirks affect the successes and failures of Wikileaks If that were all there were to it, I would give this book a low rating But in fact Fowler does a good job of telling the story of Wikileaks exploits, and outlines at least the highlights of the revelations and impact of Wikileaks during the past few years I really enjoyed this book I learned something, and it really made me think something about the Internetz Assange was around when it was invented, and he knows a lot about it It seems like he has made a lot of mistakes, and gotten arrested for sex in Sweden Sweden has a lot of fascinating laws about sex During consensual sex between adults, laws govern different parts of the conversation, like I told him to pull it out if the condom broke, the condom did break, but he told me he didn t know I really enjoyed this book I learned something, and it really made me think something about the Internetz Assange was around when it was invented, and he knows a lot about it It seems like he has made a lot of mistakes, and gotten arrested for sex in Sweden Sweden has a lot of fascinating laws about sex During consensual sex between adults, laws govern different parts of the conversation, like I told him to pull it out if the condom broke, the condom did break, but he told me he didn t know it, but I think he did know it, so I want to sue him for assault and battery Or something like that It is complicated, and I cannot tell if Assange committed a crime or not, according to this book I enjoyed it in almost a man who mistook his wife for a hat rack or a Man who loved only Math kind of a way, Science, with a human nature story thrown in Another charity shop buy I definitely wouldn t have bought this book new, as I d been keeping an eye on Wikileaks doings since they started not in the same way as the FBI, so don t worry, Julian and thought I knew enough about it not to have to read the book Accordingly, the book was rather disappointing in that there was nothing new in it at all, all of it too recent and well covered in the news It tells the reader a littleabout Assange himself, who seems to have the usual mix of Another charity shop buy I definitely wouldn t have bought this book new, as I d been keeping an eye on Wikileaks doings since they started not in the same way as the FBI, so don t worry, Julian and thought I knew enough about it not to have to read the book Accordingly, the book was rather disappointing in that there was nothing new in it at all, all of it too recent and well covered in the news It tells the reader a littleabout Assange himself, who seems to have the usual mix of idealism and egotism that falls to those who espouse freedom very publicly, and who put their necks on the line for it, but, again, nothing new at all If you don t know anything about the Wikileaks story, or Julian Assange, it d be a decent enough read, though {DOWNLOAD E-PUB} ß The Most Dangerous Man in the World: The Explosive True Story of Julian Assange and the Lies, Cover-ups and Conspiracies He Exposed  The Most Dangerous Game WikipediaThe Most Dangerous Cities In The World WorldAtlaslignesNamed the most dangerous city in the world withmurders per , residents about The Most Dangerous Game film Wikipedia The Most Dangerous Game is apre Code 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