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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Archived from the original on 26 July I wonder who has control of that unpublished insire from that era now. Sep 20, Andrew Skretvedt rated it liked it Shelves: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Read it and weep at the missed opportunity, and as a cautionary tale against the need for a progressive strongman: It’s about issues that took place as recently as five or six months ago.

It does have elements of the he said, she said, It may have been rushed to market a bit to play off Assange’s Swedish rape charges and British hearing. Retrieved 13 December I can’t speak for the original German edition, but the translation in the English edition was merely workmanlike.

Open this photo in gallery: His book seems to be little more than a veiled continuation of a running battle with Julian Assange. I’d like to read the same story from Assanges perspective, perhaps just to see how much fact can be verified through their respective P’sOV.

It also helps to understand how a structure devoted to transparency in politics and journalism can turn into a tool wikilleaks the far right, in the US as well as in Europe. Retrieved 28 January There is another similar site to this at http: You were doing them a favor by spamming them.

Inside WikiLeaks, by Daniel Domscheit-Berg – The Globe and Mail

I read it cover to cover over two days. Cand de fapt multa vreme au fo E mai mult despre Asange decat despre Wikileaks. Due to technical reasons, we have temporarily removed commenting from our articles.

Return to Book Page. 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 so statements.


It’s a soap opera, boy howdy.

Refresh and try again. A book about his experience with and separation [11] from WikiLeaks was released in Germany in Februaryentitled Inside WikiLeaks: It may be that the whole effort to get Assange to face Swedish sexual-assault charges isn’t a grand conspiracy with the USA to get Assange in custody in a country where he could be extradited to face US charges, as Assange seems to have often suggested. In that respect, meditations on the subject of leadership and generally how one person or a great idea really can change the world are my source of inspiration, here.

Well, I can see that he had hold grudges over the chats between the author and Assange when he was suspended. Most of the times, people making denials are usually admitting them. It is my opinion that WikiLeaks died when Daniel left, and it is now a plaything of a celebrity spoiled sociopath.

I don’t know if he is guilty or not of the rape charges that were brought against him but I think it is wrong that if he goes back to Sweden to face the charges he almost certainly will be deported to America. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

I am sure that someone with high profile as Assange would have to come with his own eccentricity and egocentricity, so what?! He also chronicles the personal relationship between Assange and himself f This memoir of WikiLeaks has no literary pretence; however the detailed and chronological account of the web site and its founder is very compelling.

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 We hope to have this fixed soon.

Inside WikiLeaks, by Daniel Domscheit-Berg

There were discrepancies however with while most of the information was freely available there were paypal accounts for donations that accrued a lot of money and they experimented with the idea of auctioning information to the highest bidder obviously among news agencies. The book insidee remarkably current.


Lists with This Book. He writes that Assange bristled at any notion of sharing the limelight with a “co-founder. Feb 20, Ana rated it really liked it.

Inside WikiLeaks: My Time with Julian Assange at the World’s Most Dangerous Website

Berg’s stories would mean that Assange’s personality and private life have become far too enmeshed If half of what Berg recounts about Assange’s behavior is true, WikiLeaks is not a platform whistleblowers should trust to look out for their best interests, or preserve what’s in the public’s best interest regarding the information whistleblowers bring. But it’s a gripping yarn of enormous significance to current affairs, as well as a case study in how to lose friends and alienate people.

Dec 15, Isa rated it liked it. I find it unfortunate that Domscheit-Berg’s decentralized approach with Open Like many I share a cautious attitude toward the personal attacks Domscheit-Berg makes on Assange.

I’ve had a few of them myself. Despite the close partnership, Domscheit-Berg remained something like the tech-support guy. He recalls Assange’s habit of eating with his hands, using his greasy pants as a napkin. 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.

Nov 09, Michaela Fischer rated it really liked it Shelves: Domscheit-Berg apparently told weekly Der Freitag that “I took no documents from WikiLeaks with me”, leading to suspension of mediations.

Retrieved 6 March More compelling is the case that, as WikiLeaks grew, Assange became more demeaning, paranoid and reckless. Not knowing the other side, how am I to judge who’s right?