4Chan’s Operation Hotpockets is trying to get Julian Assange back online
Wednesday, 19 October 2016 () Earlier this week, Ecuador’s government disconnected Julian Assange from the Internet in order to prevent him from further interfering with the ongoing US election. But Assange might not be twiddling his thumbs for long. Operation HotPockets is an initiative to bring Assange back online. It calls for Londoners to mob Ecuador’s embassy with open mobile Wi-Fi hotspots, taking shifts to provide the WikiLeaks founder with Internet access. #OpHotPockets We are now calling all BRITS to get their ass down to the embassy and stand around in mass, taking shifts with wifi-hotspots pic.twitter.com/Gu8tTCs2BH — 0HOUR1 (@0HOUR1__) October 19, 2016 #OpHotPockets #debate Go to the…
Oct. 12 -- Bloomberg Businessweek's Max Chafkin discusses Julian Assange's influence on the U.S. election. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Gura on "Bloomberg Markets." Assange is the founder of the online publishing platform WikiLeaks.
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