Guardian: WikiLeaks insider to publish memoirs in January

According to a report by the Guardian, Julian Assange’s former second-in-command at WikiLeaks is preparing to publish his inside story of his time at the organisation, which is currently at the centre of debate following a leak of more than 250,000 diplomatic cables, batches of which the site is continuing to publish.

One-time Wikileaks spokesman Daniel Domscheit-Berg, who was Assange’s second-in-command for three years at Wikileaks, is to write a tell-all book, Inside Wikileaks: My Time at the World’s Most Dangerous Website. German publisher Econ Verlag has announced that it will publish the book on 27 January, with English language versions sure to follow promptly.

The Guardian’s full report is here. To access a summary of’s coverage of WikiLeaks’ latest release so far follow this link.

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