Digital Journal reported on the full series of Julian Assange's controversial talk show, "The World Tomorrow
". In this fascinating series, Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, interviewed a range of highly controversial people from all over the world.
featured the "Cypherpunks", where Assange interviewed activists from the Cypherpunk movement. They discussed cyber threats, hacker attacks and laws which are officially aiming to tackle Internet piracy, but are, in fact, infringing on people's rights to online privacy.
Cypherpunks is a movement originating from Cypherpunks’ Electronic Mailing List
, which was set up by activists aiming to improve Internet privacy and security through proactive use of cryptography. The movement has been active since the late 1980s. WikiLeaks is one of the many projects derived from Cypherpunks.
In the two-part episode, Assange interviewed the following Cypherpunks:
Andy Müller-Maguhn, a member of the German hacker association Chaos Computer Club.
Jérémie Zimmermann, a co-founder of the Paris-based group La Quadrature du Net, which advocates the free circulation of knowledge in the Internet.
Jacob Appelbaum, a US independent computer security researcher and activist currently involved in the Tor project designing an online anonymity system.
has now released the full, uncut version of part one of the Cypherpunks episode. The video is 1 hour 21 minutes long, and contains more interesting information and discussions on the subject.
Part two is 1 hour 59 minutes long: