INSIDE WIKILEAKS DANIEL DOMSCHEIT-BERG PDFSeptember 21, 2020
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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The simple question of how to glean fact from fiction, or the entire dynamic of this in respect to politicking is a total mind-fuck in itself. In September, Assange was publicly accused of sexual assault by two Swedish women and authorities sought him for questioning.
It’s interesting to see what has been left out in this book and how it compares to the Guardian’s account. If you want to write a letter to the editor, please forward to letters globeandmail. Assange has also arranged the organization based on the same sort of model that other closed organization do, with most of the players blind to the larger picture think CIA of whatever action or agenda is being fulfilled. While it’s quite possible that WikiLeaks would never have taken off the way it did without Assange, from Daniel Domscheit-Berg’s account of his time there, it’s also clear, by the s Julian Assange — “Daniel has a disease, it’s some kind of borderline paranoid schizophrenia.
Retrieved 28 September No trivia or quizzes yet. 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.
Inside WikiLeaks, by Daniel Domscheit-Berg
Although this book offers a fair bit of interesting information on Wikileaks; the people involved, the set-up behind the scenes, some info on leaks that weren’t published, etc, Inside Wikileaks is essentially a vehicle for Daniel Domscheit-Berg’s bitter attacks on Assange and I told you wlkileaks statements. And Domscheit comes off in some passages as too ignorant to even understand Assange’s beliefs for example, I seem to recall that there was an irritating passage where Domscheit mocks Assange’s use of red light to help his sleep – even though this is standard chronobiology, that blue light influences melatonin secretion to retard the sleep cycle and keep one awake!
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 wikleaks is shallow incomplete garbage.
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If I knew all that in it would have been better. WikiLeaks could be utilizing their users’ submissions to advance its own agenda in some fashion. That’s one fear that comes from reading this book. Much good information and wisdom shared by the author but I still had the sense it was more a story centered on the sour grapes between two egos.
I also have to say that I dqniel help but feel a little bit taken advantage of by Mr. There are no technical details on the wikileaks setup, there’s nothing that can be used to trace domscheit-bberg or disrupt the site, in this regard the book and the conduct of Daniel Domscheit-Berg are proper and professional. It paints the story of wikileaks, and especially of Assange who is almost the personification of WLof his behavior, increasing paranoia and some stuff, which for me is just really weird.
This book has a lot to recommend it, the whole extraordinary phenomena that is WikiLeaks, and a fascinating glimpse into the individual that is Julian Assange, by the insider who lived it.
Its protagonist is one of the people responsible for running Wikileaks in its critical stages aroundstarting with when he, soon to become the deputy in Wikileaks, first met with Julian Assange, and ending in Assange’s arrest in Britain and the fallout in relationships and technology in Wikileaks itself.
Inside WikiLeaks, by Daniel Domscheit-Berg – The Globe and Mail
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Sep 04, Bryan Caniel rated it liked it. The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Click here to subscribe. To calm down and just jolted down what was necessary or no.
Apr 03, Peter rated it it was ok Recommends it for: Domscheit-Berg is carefull not to throw any unjust punches Assange’s way, and in fact he seems to still like the guy, despite what he did. Okay, if his account is accurate, then Assange is an irresponsible egotist and bastard. Instead of publishing the documents, Domscheit-Berg said that his proposed OpenLeaks process would send the leaked documents to various news entities or publishers.
After leaving WikiLeaks, he announced plans in January to open a wikilfaks website for anonymous online leaks called OpenLeaks.
Probably also thanks to the journalist. Last summer, just as WikiLeaks was publicizing its most significant revelations about the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, it was also suffering its greatest setbacks.
Well, I can see that he had hold grudges over the chats between the author and Assange when he was suspended. As the world now knows, Assange is a visionary Australian hacker.
Inside WikiLeaks: My Time with Julian Assange at the World’s Most Dangerous Website
One is strongly reminded of Russell’s famous description of Xenophon’s writings on Socrates: If it’s credible and I have no particular reason to doubt it then Wikileaks is in a real technological pickle. Due to technical reasons, we have temporarily removed commenting from our articles. House Democrats introduce plan to reopen government. Read most recent letters to the editor. He also chronicles the personal relationship between Assange and himself from Assange being his idol and philosophical genius to a rather unattractive, arrogant and self serving leader, paranoid about his team and making unpredictable decisions.
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 If one is to take a more neutral look, the book describes a dynamic of revolutionary-minded organization and a typical power struggle for leadership between a clearly sociopathic and narcisistic leader, and a deputy who suffers from an inferiority complex in relation to the said sociopath.
If you are looking to give feedback on our new site, please send it along to feedback globeandmail. The mainstream media also regard Assange and WikiLeaks as about one-and-the-same.
In DecemberDomscheit-Berg announced the intention to start a site named “OpenLeaks”  with the intention of being more transparent than WikiLeaks. I am I am not a much of WikiLeaks fans nor hater, only a curious citizen. Treat others as you wish to be treated Criticize ideas, not people Stay on topic Avoid the use of toxic and offensive language Flag bad behaviour Comments that violate our community guidelines will be removed.
It shows what can be done by two driven guys sleeping on sofas with an old server and a concept to sell to the world. Retrieved 13 December From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. But I wasn’t involved in this battle, and why is Mr. And Domscheit comes off in some passages as too ignorant to even understand Assange’s beliefs for example, I seem to recall that there wa 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.
WikiLeaks and Assange need no introduction. However, on 23 December Domscheit-Berg announced on the website that the organisation would not go ahead as previously intended and would now only focus on spreading information and expertise regarding how to set up and run leak websites rather than directly facilitating leaks themselves.