Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, said the group will work with technology companies to close gaps identified in thousands of Central Intelligence Agency documents it published this week as well as in additional material it has yet to disclose.
Assange, who didn’t name the companies WikiLeaks seeks to work with, said the leaks show how difficult it is for any person or organization to maintain control of cyber tools.
“If you build them, eventually you will lose them,” Assange, who remains holed up in Ecuador’s embassy in London, said. “They are just information. They must be used on the internet.”