Could Wikileaks revelations result in less internet freedom?

Monday, 6 December, 2010 (All day)

The Wikileaks website has revealed a diplomatic report setting out a long list of key facilities around the world which the United States describes as vital to its national security.

As cyber attacks on the Wikileaks site mount, could the affair end up limiting the freedom and power of the internet?

The BBC's Lawrence Pollard brought together Loz Kaye from the UK Pirate Party, which campaigns for internet freedom, and Stewart Baker, who used to work in policy for the US Department for Homeland Security.