In a Canadian broadcast exclusive, controversial WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange joins Jian Ghomeshi on the phone from the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where he has been living for over two years.

Despite his physical confines, the publisher continues to joust with his ideological opponents on the world stage. His latest book, When Google Met WikiLeaks, is a scathing take on what he alleges are the internet giant’s geopolitical ambitions and what he sees as a business model built of “free service traps”.

Listen to the full interview at Q.

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