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Whistleblower News

'New Snowden' leaks info, causes media uproar

Rumors and allegations are flying that another whistle-blower exists in the United States government. Media coverage has exploded and government officials are keeping quiet about the allegations.

Latest Snowden release 'shows' NSA complicity in Gaza attacks

The latest release of documents gleaned from Edward Showden apparently shows the role of the NSA and foreign signals intelligence in the targeting of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.

WildLeaks shows immediate results

Within 24 hours of the site creation the administrators of WildLeaks had a tip on illegal activity in animal trade. Twenty-four different cases of crimes against wildlife have been reported and that number is rising.

Op-Ed: Netflix snubs and criticizes Verizon

Netflix has refused to comply with a cease-and-desist order from Verizon to stop telling customers that Verizon is responsible for their poor streaming. Further legal action has been threatened with little response.

Review: Hot Docs provides vivid reminders of the world’s darker affairs Special

High-profile subjects are generally included in Hot Docs Film Festival’s “Special Presentations” programme. We look at ‘Concerning Violence’; ‘Silenced’; and ‘Watchers of the Sky.’

Op-Ed: U.S. launches ‘Free the Press’ campaign, and it’s not satire

Washington - The U.S. State Department has launched its annual "Free the Press" campaign. The humor of a country that ranks 46th in press freedom and that has been relentlessly persecuting whistlelblowers and journalists hosting such an event seems lost on officials.

JPMorgan whistleblower gets $63.9 million in mortgage fraud deal

A whistleblower will be paid $63.9 million for providing tips that led to JPMorgan Chase & Co's agreement to pay $614 million and tighten oversight to resolve charges that it defrauded the government int...

Op-Ed: Edward Snowden warns of loss of privacy in Christmas message

Moscow - Whistle-blower and former NSA analyst Edward Snowden remains holed up in Russia. From Russia Snowden has sent a Christmas message to those prepared to listen. It is a warning about an increasingly totalitarian future unless we heed the warning signs.

Snowden: No chance Russia or China got leaked documents

New York - In his latest interview, in the New York Times, Edward Snowden, the ex-National Security Agency (NSA) consultant accused of leaking thousands of sensitive documents concerning NSA surveillance, says he took none of the leaked documents to Russia.

Op-Ed: More bunk on 'hero' Edward Snowden, this time from a professor

Look, I'm a guy in a living-room in his boxer-shorts pleading with his son to stop hucking a ball against a bedroom wall and seeking a grasp of our reeling world. I shouldn't be better at analyzing the Edward Snowden affair than, oh say, a professor.

Report: Edward Snowden rebukes U.S. diplomats, declines meeting

A story in a Russian newspaper today says that Edward Snowden has turned down a request from U.S. diplomats to meet with him in that country. He did so, the report said, in no uncertain terms.

Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years in prison

US whistleblower Bradley Manning, charged with releasing over 700,000 battlefield reports from Iraq and Afghanistan to Wikileaks, received a sentence of 35 years in prison from a military court Wednesday.

Continuation of whistleblower 'No-Fly Zone' policy and other news

London - The Government Accountability Project (GAP) has released a statement about the detention of David Miranda, Brazilian national and partner of whistleblower journalist Glenn Greenwald, and the Guardian reports an attack on its computers in the UK by GCHQ.

Edward Snowden receives whistleblower award in Germany

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has won the whistleblower award from the German branch of the human rights organisation, Transparency International.

EI whistleblower suspended without pay

Vancouver - Canada government employment insurance investigator Sylvie Therrien has been suspended without pay after leaking confidential documents to Montreal newspaper LeDevoir earlier this year.

Op-Ed: Outrage over Zimmerman trial drowns more meaningful discussion

While social media is saturated with misguided consternation over the verdict in the Zimmerman trial, a more sinister trial with more important implications is proceeding under an umbrella of media silence.

Snowden honored by group of former intelligence officials

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has been honored with a prestigious truth-telling award by a group of former national security officials.

EU orders global sweep of diplomatic offices due to NSA debacle

Brussels - In the wake of the NSA scandal revealed by Edward Snowden, that EU diplomatic premises were under US surveillance, the European Union has ordered a worldwide security sweep of all its premises.

Ecuador confirms receipt of asylum request from Edward Snowden

Former CIA contractor, turned whistleblower, Edward Snowden has officially asked Ecuador for political asylum. Snowden is currently in Moscow after leaving Hong Kong to avoid US extradition and was met by an Ecuadorian diplomatic car.

Edward Snowden leaves Hong Kong on flight to Moscow, next Ecuador

Hong Kong - The NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden, left Hong Kong on Sunday morning on a commercial flight to Moscow in Russia. However, this may not be his final destination. Latest update: WikiLeaks confirms Snowden is en route to Ecuador seeking asylum.

Video: RT News interviews Julian Assange on Edward Snowden

London - RT interviewed Julian Assange live at the Ecuadorian Embassy to discuss the case of Edward Snowden, the NSA whistleblower and asked his opinion on this situation and the position with whistleblowers as a whole.

Girlfriend of NSA whistle blower 'lost at sea' without him

Writing on her blog, 28-year-old Lindsay Mills expresses her heartbreak over Edward Snowden's escape to Hong Kong after exposing the U.S. government. Snowden is the whistleblower behind the recent surveillance program uncovered by the Guardian.

U.S. Justice Department preparing charges against whistleblower

The U.S. Justice Department is preparing to file official criminal charges towards Edward Snowden for leaking classified information about the NSA's wide surveillance program.

Where in the world is NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden?

The whereabouts of the whistleblower at the heart of the recent U.S. phone and Internet surveillance controversy are unknown. Edward Snowden checked out of his Hong Kong hotel Monday night, BBC News reports.

Rights campaigner Tatchell slams Manning Pride honour reversal

Britain’s best-known human-rights campaigner has issued a damning criticism of the organisers of San Francisco Gay Pride, who have revoked the nomination military whistleblower Bradley Manning as Grand Marshal of this year’s Pride parade in June.

CIA torture whistleblower John Kiriakou reports to jail today

Thursday, February 28 sees CIA whistleblower, John Kiriakou, report to jail to start his 30-month prison term for whistleblowing on the federal government's torture program.

Whistleblower John Kiriakou parties before going to jail (video)

Washington - Former CIA officer and accused whistleblower, John Kiriakou hosted a party prior to heading to jail to serve his 30 month sentence. RT was there. The video shows some of the party itself, as well as interviews with Kiriakou and another whistleblower.

Russia tries to prosecute a man who's been dead since 2009

Moscow - Russia has adjourned the trial against Sergei Magnitsky until February 18. The weird part? Mr. Magnitsky has been dead for over three years.

Police investigate theft from and defrauding of Salvation Army

Toronto - A month before Christmas, Toronto police are investigating the alleged theft of toys worth $2 million from a Salvation Army warehouse. And police in Ottawa are looking into allegations that $240,000 has been defrauded or stolen from the charity.

Op-Ed: Power price surge based on misleading data? Lessons for the world

Sydney - Australia’s experience of the mysteries of power costs is getting more mysterious by the second. The 50% price rise is costing everyone a lot of money, and it now emerges that data provided to justify price rises may have been seriously flawed.
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Edward Snowden, former CIA employee who worked for National Security Agency (NSA)
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U.S. soldier Bradley (Chelsea) Manning  convicted of espionage charges  but acquitted of aiding the ...
U.S. soldier Bradley (Chelsea) Manning, convicted of espionage charges, but acquitted of aiding the enemy
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Ecuador's diplomatic car awaiting Edward Snowden at Moscow Airport
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Edward Snowden, former CIA employee who worked for National Security Agency (NSA)
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President Barack Obama speaks during a press conference at the White House, in August 2013
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John Kiriakou, CIA Torture Whistleblower
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Edward Snowden, former CIA employee who worked for National Security Agency (NSA)
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Edward Snowden, NSA whistleblower
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Canadian EI whistleblower Sylvie Therrien  suspended without pay
Canadian EI whistleblower Sylvie Therrien, suspended without pay
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Bradley Manning campaigns for lesbian and gay rights in 2011
Bradley Manning campaigns for lesbian and gay rights in 2011
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U.S. soldier Bradley Manning  convicted of espionage charges  but acquitted of aiding the enemy
U.S. soldier Bradley Manning, convicted of espionage charges, but acquitted of aiding the enemy
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CIA torture whistleblower John Kiriakou will be starring in a documentary about whistleblowers calle...
CIA torture whistleblower John Kiriakou will be starring in a documentary about whistleblowers called "Silenced".
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The Informers: Edward Snowden covers Time Magazine s June issue
The Informers: Edward Snowden covers Time Magazine's June issue
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CIA torture whistleblower John Kiriakou will be starring in a documentary about whistleblowers calle...
CIA torture whistleblower John Kiriakou will be starring in a documentary about whistleblowers called "Silenced".
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From left to right:  Political journalist  Glenn Greenwald and Edward Snowden  former National Secur...
From left to right: Political journalist, Glenn Greenwald and Edward Snowden, former National Security Agency employee
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This image taken from television shows Mr. Snowden's temporary refugee status document
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Edward Snowden, former CIA employee who worked for National Security Agency (NSA)
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