When Google Met WikiLeaks

Book Name: When Google Met WikiLeaks
Author: Julian Assange
Publisher: OR Books
ISBN-10: 193929357X
Year: 2014
Pages: 223
Language: English
File size: 1.7 MB
File format: PDF

When Google Met WikiLeaks Pdf Book Description:

For many hours that the besieged chief of the planet’s most famous insurgent publishing firm as well as the billionaire mind of the world’s biggest data empire secured horns. Both men debated the political issues faced by culture, as well as the technological alternatives engendered from the worldwide network-from the Arab Spring to Bitcoin. They summarized radically conflicting viewpoints: for Assange, the liberating power of the world wide web is dependent on its own freedom and statelessness.

For Schmidt, emancipation is at one with US foreign policy goals and is driven by linking non-Western nations to American businesses and markets. These gaps embodied a tug-of-war within the Internet’s future which has just accumulated force subsequently. Both intriguing and alarming, it includes an edited transcript of the conversation and extensive, brand new material, composed by Assange especially for this publication, providing the very best available overview of his vision to the future of the world wide web.

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