Another Assange interview
"There are backups distributed amongst many, many people, 100,000 people, and all we need to do is give them an encrypted key and they will be able to continue on," he said.
"If a number of people were imprisoned or assassinated, then we would feel that we could not go on, and other people would have to take over our work, and we would release the keys," he said.
"It's not about saving the whales. It's about giving people the information they need to support whaling or not support whaling," he said.
"That is the raw ingredient that is needed to make a just and civil society. And without that you're just sailing in the dark."
He chuckled when asked about possible plans to release information on Bank of America, refusing to confirm or deny them.
"We have all these banks squirming, thinking maybe it's them," he said.
"When you see abusive organizations suffer the consequences as a result of their abuse, and you see victims elevated... that's a very pleasurable activity to be involved in."
NOTE * Along with the "drop box"/"cut out" thing.