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Wikileaks - Julian Assange Kimdir? Hayati Biyografisi



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Wikileaks - Julian Assange Kimdir? Hayati Biyografisi


Julian Paul Assange 1971 doğumlu Avusturalya'lı internet aktivisti ve Wikileaks adlı internet sitesinin editörü ve basın sözcüsüdür.

Wikileaks'in editörü olmadan önce fizik ve matematik öğrencisi, hacker ve bilgisayar programcısıydı.


Wikileaks 2006 yılında kuruldu. Assange dokuz kişiden oluşan yönetim kurulu üyelerinden olup ayrıca basın sözcüsüdür. Gazeteler onu Wikileaks'in "yöneticisi" veya "kurucusu" olarak tanımlasa da Assange, "Ben kendimi kurucu olarak görmüyorum, sadece editörüm." demiştir. Siteye yüklenecek belgelerde en son söz ve onay Assange'ındır. Diğer bütün site çalışanları gibi Assange da site için ücretsiz ve gönüllü olarak çalışmaktadır.



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Julian Paul Biography :

Julian Paul Assange ( born 1971) is an Australian internet activist, best known as the spokesperson and editor-in-chief for WikiLeaks, a whistleblower website. Before working with the website, he was a physics and mathematics student, hacker, and computer programmer.

Assange founded WikiLeaks in 2006. He currently sits on the website's advisory board. In this capacity, he has come to widespread public attention for his role in the release of classified material documenting the involvement of the United States in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Assange has lived in several countries and has told reporters he is constantly on the move. He makes irregular public appearances to give talks on freedom of the press, censorship, and investigative reporting, and has won a number of journalism awards.


Early life :

Assange's parents ran a touring theatre company. In 1979, his mother remarried; her new husband was a musician who belonged to a controversial New Age group led by Anne Hamilton-Byrne. The couple had a son, but broke up in 1982 and engaged in a custody struggle for Assange's half-brother. His mother then took both children into hiding for the next five years. Assange left home in 1987. He moved several dozen times in his childhood, frequently switching between formal and home schooling and later attending two universities at various times in Australia.

He has been described as being largely self-taught and widely read on science and mathematics.

From 2003 to 2006, he studied physics and mathematics at the University of Melbourne but does not claim a degree.

On his personal web page, he described how he represented his university at the Australian National Physics Competition around 2005.

He has also studied philosophy and neuroscience


Hacking and charges :
In the late 1980s, he was a member of a hacker group named "International Subversives," going by the pen-name "Mendax" (derived from a phrase of Horace: "splendide mendax," or "nobly untruthful").

He was the subject of a 1991 raid of his Melbourne home by the Australian Federal Police.

He was reported to have accessed various computers belonging to an Australian university, a Canadian telecommunications company Nortel, and other organisations, via modem.[10] In 1992, he pleaded guilty to 24 charges of hacking and was released on bond for good conduct after being fined AU$2100.

The prosecutor said "there is just no evidence that there was anything other than sort of intelligent inquisitiveness and the pleasure of being able to—what's the expression—surf through these various computers".


Personal life :
In 1989, Assange started living with his girlfriend and soon they had a son. She separated from him after the 1991 police raid and took their son.

They engaged in a lengthy custody struggle.



Career as computer programmer :

Starting in 1994, Assange lived in Melbourne as a programmer and a developer of free software.

In 1995, Assange wrote Strobe, the first free and open source port scanner.

He contributed several patches to the PostgreSQL project in 1996.

He helped to write the 1997 book Underground: Tales of Hacking, Madness and Obsession on the Electronic Frontier which credits him as a researcher and reports his history with International Subversives.

Starting around 1997 he co-invented the Rubberhose deniable encryption system, a cryptographic concept made into a software package for Linux designed to provide plausible deniability against rubber-hose cryptanalysis, which he originally intended "as a tool for human rights workers who needed to protect sensitive data in the field." Other free software that he has authored or co-authored includes the Usenet caching software NNTPCache and Surfraw, a command-line interface for web-based search engines. In 1999, Assange registered the domain leaks.org; "But," he says, "then I didn't do anything with it."



WikiLeaks :

WikiLeaks was founded in 2006.

Assange now sits on its nine-member advisory board, and is a prominent media spokesman on its behalf. While newspapers have described him as a "director" or "founder" of Wikileaks, Assange has said, "I don't call myself a founder," but he does describe himself as the editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks, and has stated that he has the final decision in the process of vetting documents submitted to the site.

Like all others working for the site, Assange is an unpaid volunteer.

Assange says that Wikileaks has released more classified documents than the rest of the world press combined: "That's not something I say as a way of saying how successful we are - rather, that shows you the parlous state of the rest of the media. How is it that a team of five people has managed to release to the public more suppressed information, at that level, than the rest of the world press combined? It's disgraceful."



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