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Cypherpunks 2. Julian Assange, Andy Müller-Maguhn, Jeremie Zimmermann And Jacob Appelbaum [Assange.RT.com] Description: Part 1: Cyber threats, hacker attacks and laws officially aiming to tackle internet piracy, but in fact infringing people's rights to online privacy. It's an increasingly topical subject - and the world's most famous whistleblower is aiming to get to the heart of it. In the latest edition of his interview program here on RT, Julian Assange gets together with activists from the Cypherpunk movement - Andy Müller-Maguhn, Jeremie Zimmermann, and Jacob Appelbaum.