Editorial Reviews. Review. “Domscheit-Berg speaks with the authority that few others posess.” —Businessworld “For citizens around the globe who are attracted . Daniel Domscheit-Berg reveals the inner workings of WikiLeaks under the leadership of Julian Assange. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange lost control of his site’s submission Domscheit-Berg, who was known as Daniel Schmitt during his nearly.

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WikiLeaks “is the best thing that has ever happened to me. Okay, if his account is accurate, then Assange is an irresponsible egotist and bastard.

A couple of years before that, however, WikiLeaks “had initially consisted of two individuals and a single server,” the author reveals. Lists with This Book.

And, given that Domscheit-Berg occasionally turns the psychological spotlight on himself, and notes that he wasn’t the only person inside WikiLeaks to have serious problems with Assange, this book is most definitely not sour grapes. E mai mult despre Asange decat despre Wikileaks.

Inside WikiLeaks, by Daniel Domscheit-Berg – The Globe and Mail

Views Read Edit View history. A computer scientist who worked in IT security prior to devoting himself full-time to WikiLeaks, he remains committed to freedom of information on the Internet.

Nov 09, Michaela Fischer rated it really liked it Shelves: Not knowing the other side, how am I to judge who’s right? Wilileaks an entity, the site exists everywhere and nowhere at the same time.


In my personal opinion, the author should have waited for another year or two to write the book. Read our community guidelines here. It seems counterintuitive to his own philosophy to do so, but it works in that he has set up an organization that can be a functional player on the political chessboard Archived from the original on 1 February The tandem took so many pains to cover their tracks that aggrieved corporations and governments now find that trying to shut down WikiLeaks is lot like grasping air.

Inside WikiLeaks: My Time with Julian Assange at the World’s Most Dangerous Website

I give it 3 stars solely because it is a unique primary source about WikiLeaks; if this was not from a principal player, it would not be worth reading as it is shallow incomplete garbage. It’s believable that Assange is an asshole. A group of trustees?

Still, many interesting bits.

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Inside WikiLeaks, by Daniel Domscheit-Berg

Thanks for telling us about the problem. And that’s not to mention Assange’s personal legal problems, which, whatever happened in Sweden, seem to likely have a high degree of self-inflictedness. Este amuzant ceea ce spuneau lumii ca este Wikileaks in comparatie cu ceea ce era de fapt. The author of this site was a very high up staff member at WikiLeaks sometimes credited with being a co founder with Julian Assange who did call the shots and ultimately suspended the author from his job.


Awesome book, definately worth a read if you think Assange is a hero. Jun 23, Mallee Stanley rated it really liked it. However, the narrative he tells reasonably explains Wikileaks’ unfortunate fracturing.

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Penned in a hurry by a German computer geek who left the fold only a few months ago, Inside WikiLeaks is not particularly well written. Unfortunately this one isn’t terribly more interesting than, well, any of mine for example! Thank you for your patience. If it’s credible and I have no particular reason to doubt it then Wikileaks is in a wikieaks technological wikileak.

I now many councils and businesses in Britain invested in Icelandic banks due to the high interest offered and I think if they haven’t already they will get there money back eventually but surely the management in those banks had a good idea what was happening and profited from it.

It lost its open-source promise. Corrections 3 18 Jan 15,