John McAfee Fought For Freedom Until The Day He Died

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Mark Eglinton recorded extensive interviews with tech anti-hero John McAfee in the months preceding his mysterious death in custody in Spain. Now he’s turned those sessions into a kind of autobiography of McAfee, which is available for sale today. It’s called “No Domain: The John McAfee Tapes.” Amanda Milius has bought the film rights and plans to produce a movie about McAfee, who was not just a tech genius, but also a social warrior who saw how liberty was under attack in modern society and worked to defend it.

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