Assange: A Self-Proclaimed Foe of Secrecy Who Inspires Both Admiration and Fury

Assange: A Self-Proclaimed Foe of Secrecy Who Inspires Both Admiration and Fury


On Friday April 12, 2019, SCOTT SHANE And STEVEN ERLANGER at The New York Times wrote:
From his beginnings as a teenage hacker in Australia to his arrest this week in London, the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been a deeply divisive figure.
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