When Google Met WikiLeaks
By: JULIAN ASSANGE
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In 2008, Google helped launch an NGA spy satellite, GeoEye-1. It shares the photographs from the satellite with the US military and intelligence communities
In 2010, NGA awarded Google a $27 million contract for 'geospatial visualization services'
In 2012, Google arrived on the list of top-spending Washington lobbyists
In June 2011, Julian Assange received an unusual visitor: The chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt. For several hours the besieged leader of the world's most famous insurgent publishing organization and the billionaire head of the world's largest information empire locked horns. For Assange, the liberating power of the Internet is based on its freedom and statelessness. For Schmidt, emancipation is at one with US foreign policy objectives and is driven by connecting non-Western countries to American companies and markets. When Google Met WikiLeaks presents the story of Assange and Schmidt's encounter
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