A conversation with the New York Times' top editor Bill Keller on his paper and the radically changing news business.
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New York Times Executive Editor Bill Keller explains why the paper decided to publish the classified dispatches and cables from WikiLeaks, the effect those documents had in Tunisia and Egypt, and why he came to regard WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as indifferent to the people whose lives were at risk.
DEALING WITH ASSANGE AND THE SECRETS HE SPILLED The New York Times Editor’s dealings with the WikiLeaks founder.
By BILL KELLER Copyright © 2011 by The New York Times
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