He tells Mark he believes the Gillard Government is secretly providing the United States with information about Australians working with the whistleblowing group.
WikiLeaks' role in sparking the turmoil in Egypt and Tunisia and his soured relations with The New York Times and The Guardian also come under scrutiny.
And he speaks about this week's extradition hearing in London, over Sweden's request to question him over sexual assault allegations, which he strenuously denies.
So what's next for the man who's become the face of WikiLeaks?
Click above to see Mark Davis's exclusive report, and the interview with Julian Assange in full.
This is the third time that Mark Davis has gained exclusive access to Julian Assange. Replay Mark's close-up profile of The Whistleblower from May 2010, and his Inside WikiLeaks report from August 2010, which went behind the scenes during the release of the Afghan war files.