Not very impressive was it? From anyone's point of view.
I wasn't expecting a 22-year-old software engineer to be a particularly eloquent spokesman, but that wasn't my main problem with it.
My main issue was the patronising way Evan Davis treated him, constantly giggling at every answer. The guy was publically admitting to be part of an organisation responsible for orchestrated DDOS attacks - which, as I understand it, is illegal. An interviewer wouldn't treat a spokesman for arsonists in the same way.
And the bizarre logic of the ending: "My heroes are people campaiging for transparency and freedom on information?" THANKS, MAN WHO CALLS HIMSELF "COLDBLOOD".