whistleblowers

HOTY2017

The Former Naturopath Who Became a Whistleblower on the Industry

Britt Marie Hermes became disenchanted with naturopathy when she saw profits being valued over patients.
Kaleigh Rogers
1.22.18
politics

There's Now a Whistleblower Hotline for Scientists Working Under the Trump Administration

A political advocacy group, 314, set up the hotline with a law firm to help scientists raise alarms if needed.
Kaleigh Rogers
11.2.17
Ag Gag and then some

Arkansas Bill Would Let Businesses Sue Whistleblowers

The state's Senate is considering the bill and is expected to vote on it this week.
Kaleigh Rogers
3.15.17
tv

Podcast: Traveling to 'Berlin Station' and 'Americatown' with the Creators

We spoke with Brad Winters and Larry Cohen about their new spy TV show and sci-fi graphic novel.
Carl Franzen
10.21.16
politics

This Campaign Helps Intelligence Workers Become Whistleblowers

The awareness-raising initiative also offers counselling and template resignation letters.
Joseph Cox
9.28.15
house

WikiLeaks Wants to Offer a $100K Bounty for a Trans-Pacific Partnership Leak

Whoever leaks the secret trade agreement could get a big payday.
Jordan Pearson
6.2.15
video

How the Government Turned a Former CIA Officer Into a 'Dissident'

John Kiriakou is the only CIA officer to go to jail in connection with the agency's enhanced interrogation program—and now he's looking for work.
ALEX PASTERNACK
4.8.15
politics

Advice for Whistleblowers and Journalists from an NSA Spy and Snowden's Lawyer

What the next Snowden should do, according to Thomas Drake and Jesselyn Radack.
DJ Pangburn
2.2.15
Internet

A Deep Web Service Will Leak Your Documents If the Government Murders You

'Dead Man Zero' promises to leak your documents if you don't log in when you say you will.
Joseph Cox
9.22.14
Culture

There's a New Social Network for Leakers and Whistleblowers

But why would a whistleblower join a social network?
Joseph Cox
9.18.14
Power

What I Learned from Edward Snowden at the Hacker Conference

Whatever Snowden’s origins and affiliations, he was not coming to his audience as a peer. He was coming as a prophet, and the gospel was liberty and anonymity and privacy and security.
Lucy Teitler
7.24.14
Features

How Challenger Exploded, and Other Mistakes Were Made

Torrents of big data can't stop mistakes—sometimes they make them more likely. The tragedy of Challenger, as with G.M. and others, was that some people had tried to stop it.
ALEX PASTERNACK
6.24.14
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