His eloquent book about the Snowden case, No Place to Hide, is less about Snowden than the “tens of thousands” of documents that the 29-year-old copied, organized, and handed off to Greenwald and a select group of other journalists.
The Santa Catarina uprising is what can happen when imprisoned criminals have widespread access to communications technology.
What happens when imprisoned criminals have widespread access to communications technology?
In the 1970s, a group of activists calling themselves the Citizen's Commission to Investigate the FBI raided government offices and exposed the systematic targeting of "subversive" Americans. Here, for the first time, is how they did it.