- Author:Daniel Domscheit-Berg
- Publisher:Roca editorial; 1 edition (January 1, 2011)
- Pages:269 pages
- Subcategory:Small Business & Entrepreneurship
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- ePUB format1516 kb
- DJVU format1946 kb
- Formats:rtf azw mbr doc
Berg himself says he wasn't interested in money, he would have been happy with "€2,500 a month" - how generous he is to take such a miserly wage eh?)
Años en los que fue la mano derecha de Julian Assange y pieza fundamental en el desarrollo, despegue y consolidación de la plataforma que ha cambiado el modo de entender la verdad que nos ofrecen los medios.
Daniel Domscheit-Berg (né Berg; born 1978), previously known under the pseudonym Daniel Schmitt, is a German technology activist.
Daniel Domscheit-Berg, previously known under the pseudonym Daniel Schmitt (born 1978), is a German technology activist.
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Still, posterity might well come to regard this book very highly; it’s an unusual document in which the worlds of politics, technology and media theory collide.
Domscheit-Berg also questioned Assange's attitude to money, saying he and other staff members expressed . After this story was published we were contacted by Daniel Domscheit-Berg, who said the extracts of the book come from an unauthorised translation containing errors.
Domscheit-Berg also questioned Assange's attitude to money, saying he and other staff members expressed reservations about charging TV companies a fee to use footage of the "collateral murder" video, showing a US air crew in Iraq targeting civilians and photographers, but were summarily overruled.