An alleged sex chat with an 8-year-old got internet service yanked from WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. He is locked away in exile at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London already, and now he is stuck in an internet-free zone. So what is the deal with this guy?
A dating site ToddandClare.com hired Assange earlier in 2016, after he approached them, to work on their KATIA project. The project allows women to safely date someone they meet online.
According to ToddandClare.com, the KATIA Project was been praised by MIT professor Noam Chomsky in May 2016. The formal mission of the KATIA Project is to:
‘Publicly raising the awareness of women’s rights and bringing the injustices faced by female rape victims, being dismissed, shamed, and accused of lying by male perpetrators.’
When ToddandClare.com wanted to participate in the UN Global Compact program, the site had to release company records to the UN. Those records included any legal interactions with Assange.
ToddandClare.com reported to the UN that it has begun court proceedings against Assange, after it found the Royal Bahamas Police Force was investigating him, according to reports on prweb.com.
The problem came to the police force’s attention on June 8. Assange approached the site as a #HeForShe (man for woman) Ambassador to an anti-rape campaign.
Source: Liberal Society
Written By: Jacob Richardson