Assange to Publish Book on Cyber ‘Resistance’
Posted on Oct 9, 2012
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will publish a book called “Cypherpunks” in late November, based on a conversation hosted on his television show with international “hacktivists” and co-authors Jacob Applebaum, Jeremie Zimmermann and Andy Mueller-Maguhn.
—Posted by Alexander Reed Kelly.
The text is largely based on a transcript of an interview Assange conducted with the three others for an episode of his TV show, The World Tomorrow, broadcast in June on the Russian state-funded channel RT, Zimmermann told the Guardian. But he said there would be “plenty of added content”.
“We covered a wide range of issues: from surveillance to data protection, from corporate influence over politics to citizen participation and action, transparency and accountability, from liberalism to anarchism, from copyright enforcement to culture, from flying killing robots (drones) to representation of crime scenes depicting abuse of children (child porn),” he added in an email.