Ecuador confirmed Tuesday that it severed Julian Assange’s internet access over concerns the WikiLeaks founder was using it to interfere with the US presidential election.
Assange, who has been living in asylum in Ecuador’s embassy in London for four years, lost his internet privileges last weekend, a move that the Ecuadorian embassy took responsibility for on Monday. The Ecuadorian government explained Tuesday that it is temporarily restricting Assange’s access to network. The government worries the whistle-blowing site’s release of documents could influence the US election.

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