Last updated: 16 december, 2010 - 14:13 GMT

Should Wikileaks' Assange have won Time's Person of the Year?

Julian Assange

Julian Assange founded the Wikileaks website in 2006

Readers of Time Magazine voted in a poll that they would choose the founder of the Wikileaks website, Julian Assange, as their Person of the Year.

However, Time's editors officially chose Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of the Facebook, as the winner of the 2010 title.

Europe Today brought together one of Julian Assange's supporters, Bianca Jagger, and the president of the Center for Security policy, Frank Gaffney, to debate whether he should have won.

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First broadcast 15 December 2010

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