Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has accused a UK publisher of a breach of contract for releasing drafts of his autobiography without his approval.
Mr Assange said in a statement: "The events surrounding its unauthorised publication by Canongate are not about freedom of information.
"They are about old-fashioned opportunism and duplicity - screwing people over to make a buck."
He said Canongate had acted in breach of contract and personal assurances that the draft would not be released without his permission.
It's hard not to laugh.