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In early December, Domscheit-Berg said his leaking website, OpenLeaks, would be opened in a week.  See our Dec. 11 report here.

However, iMediaEthics sees that OpenLeaks’ site still only consists of a “Coming soon!” page. We will post an update if we learn about what is causing the delay.

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Meanwhile, former WikiLeaks spokesperson Daniel Domscheit-Berg is set to release his book about WikiLeaks Feb. 15, CNN reported.  His book, “Inside WikiLeaks: My Time with Julian Assange at the World’s Most Dangerous Website,” reportedly is to “reveal the evolution, finances, and inner tensions” at WikiLeaks.


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What Happened to the Touted Launch of OpenLeaks, the WikiLeaks Spin-off ?

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