Oh, The Irony! Julian Assange Wants To Keep His Autobiography Private

Oh, the irony! Julian Assange wants to keep his autobiography private

Sydney Morning HeraldOh, the irony! Julian Assange wants to keep his autobiography privateChristian Science MonitorWikileaks founder Julian Assange – responsible for the high-profile leaking of secret US government files – is now hoping to block the publication of own autobiography. By Husna Haq / September 22, 2011 The autobiography contains Assange's version of ...Julian Assange's 'unauthorized' autobiography released in LondonWashington PostShould Julian Assange be able to block the publication of his autobiography?CBC.ca'Unfinished and erroneous'Sydney Morning HeraldThe Australian -The Guardian -The Independentall 603 news articles »

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