Keller: Assange doesn’t get how journalistic organizations work

The Daily Beast || New York Times Magazine
“Julian tended to see American news organizations as not observers but as actors and advocates,” says New York Times executive editor Bill Keller. “When things happened that he didn’t like, he tended to see a conspiracy behind it.” He describes the WikiLeaks founder as “a source who was elusive, manipulative and volatile.” || Read Keller’s magazine piece.

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