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WikiLeaks Parodies 'Priceless' in Dig at MasterCard

While parodies of the MasterCard "Priceless" campaign are ridiculously past their prime, it's still worth checking out WikiLeaks' attempt below. Created as a jab at MasterCard and other financial services that have blocked donations to the controversial muckraking site, the Web video highlights the scope of Julian Assange's operation and positions him as a voice for change being muzzled by a corporate "financial blockade" that has cost WikiLeaks a reported $15 million in potential contributions. The clip is unlikely to lure any critics to Assange's side, but it might at least help motivate his supporters to attempt the byzantine donation options left at their disposal. 

What Does it Cost to Change the World? from WikiLeaks on Vimeo.

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