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Along with Greenwald's disclosures via Snowden this short work shows clearly that Google is at the centre of current US strategies for global dominance, while people of courage and conscience continue to be persecuted.
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important book to read. reading a piece of history. wish every one would read/listen to this book.
Where does When Google Met WikiLeaks rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
It's certainly one of the important non-fiction books I have seen on here, though of course there are many. It is unique, however.
What was one of the most memorable moments of When Google Met WikiLeaks?
Hearing Assange discuss some of his hopes for the future of peer reviewed journalism and the more generalised ideals he holds, in his own words is useful when combating the sheer amount of negative press he gets.
What about Tom Pile’s performance did you like?
A narrator must always be praised if they are able to make a book like this listenable. He has to start every sentence with the initials of the person speaking but he ensures this doesn't detract from the content.