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WikiLeaks founder: Google works for US State Dept.

WikiLeaks founder: Google works for US State Dept.

By TASS

According to the edition, the company provides FBI and CIA with unfettered access to users’ e-mails

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in his book planned to be out on December 1 reveals that Google in fact works for the US State Department, as reported by the Spanish Publico.es web edition.

According to the edition, Assange arrived at the conclusion that Google works for the US government after meeting Google president Eric Schmidt and board member Jared Cohen in 2011. The meeting was also attended by Lisa Shields and Scott Malcomson who turned out to be Washington’s diplomatic envoys.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

Ecuadoran Foreign Minister Ricardo Patiño and Julian Assange in 2013 Image credit: Xavier Granja [CC-BY-SA-2.0]

WikiLeaks founder in his book says he was visited by a group of people 3/4 of whom were representatives of the US State Department and the rest being fromGoogle.

According to the edition, the company provides FBI and CIA with unfettered access to users’ correspondence. Such access can be obtained without the prosecutor’s approval or a court ruling, the edition quotes Assange.

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