The Anonymous journalist was arrested for speaking with Motherboard and spent three days in prison before being released Monday afternoon.
Brown has been in prison for the last two years after the FBI arrested him for his alleged involvement in Anonymous-led email hacks.
Vivien Lesnik Weisman's documentary is little more than a valentine to the internet trolls who gave her access.
Journalists can now breathe a bit easier.
Barrett Brown is an activist-journalist awaiting federal trial in the US. In this excerpt from his latest book, Keep Rootin' for Putin, Brown tackles former Director of the Office of the National Drug Control Policy William Bennett's assertion...
Barrett Brown is still sitting in jail while he awaits a trial that could land him 100 years in prison. Until then, you should read his book.
Last month, Barrett Brown's legal counsel sent us a letter from their imprisoned client, who was at the time bored out of his mind in jail. Today we received another...
Earlier today, Barrett Brown's legal counsel sent us this letter on behalf of their imprisoned client, who is apparently spending his time in lockup watching telenovelas, The Bad Girls Club, and twiddling his thumbs until they bleed.
I was inside the Dallas, Texas, courtroom yesterday when Judge Sam Lindsay ruled that a media gag order would go into effect on Barrett Brown's trial. In my opinion, the prosecution failed to present evidence that supported the necessity of such an...
It's a move that FreeBarrettBrown.org's director Kevin Gallagher calls moot and “absurd”.
Last night, I went to a benefit for Brown and Hammond, who have both become symbols of the government's decade-long assault on information freedom since going to prison.