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100 1  Leigh, David,|d1946- 
245 10 Wikileaks|h[downloadable audiobook] :|b[inside Julian 
       Assange's war on secrecy] /|cDavid Leigh, Luke Harding ; 
       with Ed Pilkington, Robert Booth, and Charles Arthur 
250    Unabridged 
260    [United States] :|bBlackstone Audio, Inc. :|bMade 
       available through hoopla,|c2011 
300    1 online resource (1 audio file (13hr., 05 min.)) :
506    Digital content provided by hoopla 
511 0  Read by Paul Michael Garcia 
520    A team of journalists with unparalleled inside access 
       provides the first full, in-depth account of WikiLeaks, 
       its founder Julian Assange, and the ethical, legal, and 
       political controversies it has both uncovered and 
       provoked. The extraordinary twists and turns of WikiLeaks 
       have been closely followed by the Guardian newspaper ever 
       since the website launched in 2006, and Guardian 
       journalists have had unprecedented access to all the major
       players, from angry and embarrassed politicians and 
       diplomats to the extraordinary figure of Julian Assange 
       himself. At different times Assange hid at David Leigh's 
       homes. Here they reveal the many strands-legal, ethical, 
       security related-of a story that continues to dominate 
       world headlines. They look at the Internet culture and 
       technology that made the mining of secret information 
       possible and at the fanatical hackers who set up 
       WikiLeaks. They explore the secret goings-on that 
       WikiLeaks has uncovered, from the revelation of 
       extrajudicial killings in Kenya in 2008 to the avalanche 
       of US diplomatic cables in 2010. They study the 
       implications of the latest revelations and reveal the 
       strange and contradictory nature of Assange himself: a man
       praised by Amnesty International in 2009 but also, barely 
       a year later, accused by Swedish police of sex crimes. The
       WikiLeaks story has received worldwide attention and 
       reaction. WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange's War on 
       Secrecy presents the whole history of the organization and
       the ethical debate that surrounded the use of its material,
       plus the inside story of the personalities that created 
       then threatened to destroy the website that has changed 
       our view of secrecy forever 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web 
650  0 Official secrets 
650  0 Government information 
650  0 Freedom of information 
650  0 Transparency in government 
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700 1  Pilkington, Edward.|4aut 
700 1  Booth, Robert.|4aut 
700 1  Arthur, Charles,|d1960-|4aut 
700 1  Garcia, Paul Michael.|4nrt 
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