The founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, the fifth year living in the Ecuadorian Embassy in Britain, had problems with Internet access, according to a WikiLeaks account in Twitter 17 October – the day on which the Prosecutor’s office of Ecuador was appointed the questioning of Assange by the Swedish authorities.

“Internet connection Julian Assange had deliberately torn the state party. We used the corresponding plan in case of emergency”, – stated in the message.

No details – what is the state for what period of time off the Internet and disconnected from the Network, all the Embassy or the computer only Assange, is not given.

Julian Assange”s internet link has been intentionally severed by a state party. We have activated the appropriate contingency plans.

Assange lost access to the Internet and Twitter to WikiLeaks found “dead man’s codes” 17.10.2016

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