WikiLeaks now wants to expose and take down Google

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By Nathan Rousseau Smith for Veuer

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange warns its so called "October Surprise" will expose Google and the U.S. presidential election.

Over the next 10 weeks, information will be released about Hillary Clinton, the military, the oil industry, and Google.

Why Google, according to Recode, Assange's war with the tech giant began in 2014, when he wrote about the company in his book, "When Google Met Wikileaks."

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A supporter of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange holds banners outside the Ecuadorian embassy in London as he marks three years since Assange claimed asylum in the embassy on June 19, 2015. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange clocks up three years inside the Ecuadoran embassy in London today, after claiming that Swedish prosecutors cancelled a landmark meeting in his case earlier this week. AFP PHOTO / JUSTIN TALLIS (Photo credit should read JUSTIN TALLIS/AFP/Getty Images)
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Assange was alarmed at former Google CEO Eric Schmidt's ties with the State Department in 2009, when Clinton was secretary of state.

Assange also asserts Schmidt has worked with Clinton's camp for years. Donald Trump, himself, accusing the search engine of political bias saying it suppresses bad news about Clinton.

Wikileaks has already had a hand in the presidential election, releasing 20,000 emails from the DNC which forced the resignation of its chairwoman, Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

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