Whoever leaks the secret trade agreement could get a big payday.
Getting your appeal thrown out by a country's Supreme Court sounds pretty final, but the Wikileaks founder has ways to continue fighting the accusations of rape and sexual assault that have dogged him for years.
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.
What the next Snowden should do, according to Thomas Drake and Jesselyn Radack.
The Goldman Sachs alum, was once what Wall Street calls a "big swinging dick." But two years after going to authorities with what he claims to be one of the largest heists in Wall Street history, he was practically blackballed.
Hajo Seppelt said it “could be the biggest scandal in the history of athletics.” He might be right.
'Dead Man Zero' promises to leak your documents if you don't log in when you say you will.
But why would a whistleblower join a social network?
A Human Rights Watch/ACLU report says US mass surveillance policies could do "long-term damage to the fabric of democracy."
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.