Multiple sources reported today that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has inked a book deal with Knopf to publish his memoir. Canongate will publish the memoir in England.
Here’s a link-filled roundup from the Washington Post: “The Guardian reported that the news first broke through a tweet from Spanish publisher Random House Mondadori. DailyFinance, an online business site, said that Canongate publisher Jamie Byng confirmed the news in an email. Assange’s book will follow a tell-all by his former second-in-command, Daniel Domscheit-Berg, ‘Inside Wikileaks: My Time at the World’s Most Dangerous Website[.]'”
This morning on eBookNewser, we wrote about two unofficial WikiLeaks apps. Apple has since removed the app, but an Android version of the WikiLeaks app is still available for Android phones.