Julian Assange will remain as publisher of WikiLeaks while one-time spokesman Kristinn Hrafnsson has been appointed WikiLeak’s new editor-in-chief. Newsweek opines that this development may be related to how Assange’s internet connection was cut off by the Ecuadorean Embassy in London back in March 2018.
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