Julian Assange retired as an editor of WikiLeaks. He said that his departure was "for a special circumstance" that he could not contact anyone other than his lawyer in the past six months. Assange appointed Kristinn Hrafnsson to replace him. Hrafnsson is a journalist in Iceland, a spokesperson for WikiLeaks from 2010 to 2016.
The Association was unable to communicate with the outside world from the end of March when the Internet connection was disconnected. The founder of WikiLeaks questioned the assertion of sexual assault at the Ecuadorian Embassy in the UK,
Ecuador allowed him to exile in 2012, after which he lived in the country's embassy. He continued to use WikiLeaks, including the release of a stolen mail from Hillary Clinton's leader who influenced the presidential election in 2016.
However, in March, it was clearly enough for Ecuador. He said that the country inevitably agreed to anger other countries, he said that it blocked access to the Internet. According to WikiLeaks, signal jammer to prevent access to the Internet is installed in this country, and no one except lawyer can see it.
Assange will continue to be an editor of WikiLeaks, WikiLeaks is no longer an honorary title including management of that site. New editor-in-chief Hrafnsson said, "Welcome[s] Responsibility to ensure continuation of important work based on WikiLeaks' philosophy. "
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