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Remembering Roger Boisjoly: He Tried To Stop Shuttle Challenger Launch : The Two-Way : NPR
Boisjoly was the engineer who boisterously warned about problems with the Challenger's elastic seals. That he couldn't do anything about the launch haunted him and turned him into a crusader for ethics in engineering. Boisjoly died at age 73.
shuttle  whistleblower  obituary 
17 days ago by daniel.c.mccarthy
bank whistleblower, FCA, GRG, bank malpractice, NatWest, Lloyds, RBS
Blow the whistle or connect with bank victims, news articles, helpline and more. NatWest RBS Lloyds HSBC & more, we are victims working together to put an end to bank malpractice, and to get justice for those who deserve it. Add your story here.
bank  whistleblower  victim 
17 days ago by mysty
A List Of Secure Drops For Whistleblowers on Tor - GreyCoder
SecureDrop is an open-source whistleblower submission system. News organizations can install it to safely and anonymously receive documents and tips from sources.
These are all “onion” pages. You must install the Tor browser to view onion pages. Tor is a network that protects you by bouncing your communications around a distributed network of relays run by volunteers all around the world.
security  privacy  anonymity  tor  whistleblower  open_source  news 
5 weeks ago by rgl7194
Russian Agents Sought Secret US Treasury Records On Clinton Backers During 2016 Campaign
Whistleblowers said the Americans were exchanging messages with unsecure Gmail accounts set up by their Russian counterparts as the US election heated up.
US Treasury Department officials used a Gmail back channel with the Russian government as the Kremlin sought sensitive financial information on its enemies in America and across the globe, according to documents reviewed by BuzzFeed News.
The extraordinary unofficial line of communication arose in the final year of the Obama administration — in the midst of what multiple US intelligence agencies have said was a secret campaign by the Kremlin to interfere in the US election. Russian agents ostensibly trying to track ISIS instead pressed their American counterparts for private financial documents on at least two dozen dissidents, academics, private investigators, and American citizens.
Most startlingly, Russia requested sensitive documents on Dirk, Edward, and Daniel Ziff, billionaire investors who had run afoul of the Kremlin. That request was made weeks before a Russian lawyer showed up at Trump Tower offering top campaign aides “dirt” on Hillary Clinton — including her supposed connection to the Ziff brothers.
corruption  russia  troll  election  gov2.0  politics  hillary  gmail  security  privacy  finances  whistleblower 
6 weeks ago by rgl7194
New York Fines Barclays $15 Million Over C.E.O.’s Whistle-Blower Hunt
"James E. Staley broke the law when he tried to unmask an anonymous whistle-blower who raised concerns about a senior executive Mr. Staley hired, state regulators said."
finance  fail  finance_fail  barclays  whistleblower 
7 weeks ago by jimmykduong
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8 weeks ago by jaysen
Whistleblowers Are the Agents of Change in the Tech Industry
"From walkouts and protest letters at Google to demonstrations at Amazon and internal memos at Facebook, tech companies are increasingly being held accountable not by users or government regulations but by their exasperated and disillusioned workforce"
In one way, that’s frightening: When the people who make their livings from these companies and benefit from their market sprawl are the ones who are revolting, it means that what’s happening inside these headquarters could be worse than what the rest of the world already knows. Other industries have faced similar upheavals: Insiders were agents of change in the tobacco industry, toppled fashion heavyweights, and even rocked the federal government. And of course look no further than how Susan Fowler exposed Uber’s toxic work culture, perhaps amplifying whistleblowing in tech.
whistleblower  tech 
10 weeks ago by jimmykduong
Twitter
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12 weeks ago by jaysen
Twitter
RT : Another governance manager turns . First it was now its . The cultu…
whistleblower  mining  from twitter
12 weeks ago by kcarruthers
Tall Poppy - Resources — Tall Poppy
Tall Poppy is not alone in working to address tough issues around online harassment. Here are some other great organizations and resources that might be helpful to you:
harassment  doxing  whistleblower  online-safety  infosec 
october 2018 by jesse_the_k
NSA Leaker 'Reality Winner' Gets More Than 5 Years in Prison
A former NSA contractor, who pleaded guilty to leaking a classified report on Russian hacking of the 2016 U.S. presidential election to an online news outlet last year, has been sentenced to five years and three months in prison.
Reality Winner, a 26-year-old Georgia woman who held a top-secret security clearance and worked as a government contractor in Georgia with Pluribus International, initially faced 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
However, in the U.S. District Court in Augusta, Georgia on Thursday, Winner agreed to a plea agreement that called for five years and three months in prison with three years of supervision after release.
gov2.0  politics  whistleblower  NSA  crime  russia  hack  election 
august 2018 by rgl7194
Reality Winner: NSA contractor jailed for five years over classified report leak | US news | The Guardian
Winner, who leaked report on Russian election interference, is first person Trump administration charged under Espionage Act
The NSA contractor Reality Winner was sentenced on Thursday to five years and three months in prison for leaking a top-secret document about Russian interference in the US election.
Winner, 26, was sentenced at a federal court in Georgia after pleading guilty in June as part of a deal with government prosecutors.
She is the first person the Trump administration has charged under the Espionage Act for a document leak.
The justice department did not pursue the maximum sentence and instead recommended a 63-month penalty. Government attorneys said that would be the longest sentence ever for an unauthorized disclosure to the media.
gov2.0  politics  whistleblower  NSA  crime  russia  hack  election 
august 2018 by rgl7194
Whistleblower Gets Long Sentence for Leaking Evidence of Russian Election Interference - WhoWhatWhy
Reality Winner, an Air Force veteran and former NSA contractor, was sentenced to 63 months in federal prison Thursday after pleading guilty to violating the Espionage Act of 1917.
Whistleblower advocates condemned the sentence and its length as “shameful,” while President Donald Trump used the case to take a swipe at his political rival, Hillary Clinton, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Winner was accused of leaking to the Intercept a document about Russian military officers attempting to hack an American election software company. She initially pleaded not guilty, but changed her plea to guilty last month.
Public scrutiny and accusations that the Intercept failed to protect its source when publishing the report led the organization to do an internal review of its procedures. Soon thereafter, Intercept Editor-in-Chief Betsy Reed acknowledged failures on their part.
gov2.0  politics  whistleblower  NSA  crime  russia  hack  election 
august 2018 by rgl7194
NSA leaker who mailed doc outlining Russian hacking gets 5 years in prison | Ars Technica
Reality Winner, the intelligence contractor who leaked to The Intercept and was quickly caught in June 2017 thanks to microdot printing, was sentenced to 63 months in prison on Thursday.
She had pleaded guilty on June 21 to a single count of unlawful retention and transmission of national defense information.
The information that Winner provided to The Intercept resulted in this June 5, 2017 news story: "Top-Secret NSA Report details Russian hacking effort days before 2016 election."
gov2.0  politics  whistleblower  NSA  crime  russia  hack  election 
august 2018 by rgl7194

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