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The most dangerous man in the world : how one hacker ended corporate and government secrecy forever

Author: Andrew Fowler
Publisher: New York : Skyhorse, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Hours of top-secret videos and hundreds of thousands of highly classified documents poured from the vaults of high-level governments and corporations. They exposed lies, hypocrisy, cover-ups, and high level diplomatic gossip, making headlines around the world. Julian Assange, Nobel Peace Prize nominee and the editor-in-chief of the Internet-based whistleblower site, WikiLeaks, has left the White House stunned, and  Read more...
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Named Person: Julian Assange; Julian Assange; Julian Assange
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Fowler
ISBN: 1616084898 9781616084899
OCLC Number: 706021712
Notes: Subtitle on dust jacket: the explosive true story of Julian Assange and the lies, cover-ups, and conspiracies he exposed.
Description: xv, 271 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Fatal attraction --
Cypherpunks --
Lift-off --
Save the world --
Long reach of the law --
Open fire --
The Whistleblower --
Good times, bad times --
Sex money power --
Cablegate --
Caught in the net.
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"Hours of top-secret videos and hundreds of thousands of highly classified documents poured from the vaults of high-level governments and corporations. They exposed lies, hypocrisy, cover-ups, and high level diplomatic gossip, making headlines around the world. Julian Assange, Nobel Peace Prize nominee and the editor-in-chief of the Internet-based whistleblower site, WikiLeaks, has left the White House stunned, and the U.S. military, banks, and major corporations severely embarrassed ..."--Jacket.

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