With Amy Goodman
"WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been arrested in London on an international warrant to face sex crime allegations in Sweden. Assange is expected to face a hasty extradition process to Sweden. We speak with Glenn Greenwald, constitutional attorney and blogger at Salon.com. Greenwald says: "Whatever you think of Wikileaks, they have not been charged with a crime. They have been removed from the internet, their funds have been frozen, politicians have called for their murder. This is a war over control of the internet, which is a way for citizens to bond together to demand accountability from world’s most powerful people."....."