WikiLeaks defector to publish tell-all book

WikiLeaks defector to publish tell-all book

<p>A German publisher is set to release a behind-the-scenes title about whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks, written by a former staffer.<br /><br />According to publisher Ullstein, <em>Inside WikiLeaks</em> will &quot;take [readers] into the heart of WikiLeaks&quot; and &quot;tell the story of WikiLeaks as it has not yet been heard.&quot; Its subtitle reads, &quot;My time at the world&rsquo;s most dangerous website.&quot;<br /><br />Author Daniel Domscheit-Berg left WikiLeaks in September with several other engineers after taking issue with founder Julian Assange&#39;s use of large-volume leaks such as the Afghan Diaries and Iraq War Logs, according to a Forbes blog. In an interview with <em>Der Spiegel</em> <a href="http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/0,1518,719619,00.html" target="_blank">newspaper</a> he also criticised technical problems on the site and the difficulties caused by Assange&#39;s current trial for sexual assault.<br /><br />A WikiLeaks spokesperson told Forbes that Domscheit-Berg &quot;was suspended and then left of his own accord.&quot;<br /><br /><em>Inside WikiLeaks</em> will be published in January. </p>