There has been no shortage of controversy surrounding Julian Assange and his globe-trotting, internal memo releasing machine WikiLeaks. Assange has been under house arrest in Great Britain since December when, as Mashable notes, Sweden "issued an extradition request on accusations of sexual misconduct."
The video spoof, entitled "What Does it Cost to Change the World?" while comical, claims that the organization is spending $500,000 on the house arrest and $1 million in legal fees.
Below, watch the clip, which takes a classical MasterCard advertisement and transforms it into a video defense of Assange (who appears in it) and his organization: