He is back!

I was starting to miss him.

But here is Assange, “in a rare public appearance”:


Assange: The Internet Could Create a “Totalitarian Spying Regime”
Assange said the web could allow greater government transparency, but also gave authorities their best ever opportunity to monitor and catch dissidents.
March 15, 2011 |

“The internet is the “greatest spying machine the world has ever seen” and is not a technology that necessarily favours the freedom of speech, the WikiLeaks co-founder, Julian Assange, has claimed in a rare public appearance.”

So, the Internet can be used for evil purposes, as well as for good ones.

Groundbreaking. [He must have been reading Evgeny Morozov's highly publicized The Net Delusion - The Dark Side of Internet Freedom during his free time.]


“(…) he told students at Cambridge University. Hundreds queued for hours to attend.”

So, is he on a speaking tour now? [after the book deals...  he seems to be a busy man:)]

And I thought he was under some “strict” house arrest – http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503543_162-20025866-503543.html – [although I admit I haven't been following developments with the extradition decision that closely].


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