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This Tool Can Help Identify Leakers Who Copy and Paste Secret Info
Some applications and websites don’t render and display so called “zero-width characters.” A developer created a tool to hide these invisible characters in plain sight, and then use them to identify who copied and pasted the original text.
How the New Suspected NSA Leaker Reality Winner Was Caught
From the characteristics of physical documents, to not using work computers, there’s plenty to learn from the recent bombshell leaking charge.
The Refugees Who Helped Snowden Escape Hong Kong Are Stuck in a Living Hell
The people who housed the NSA leaker say they're being targeted for helping him by the people and agencies supposed to be protecting them.
Stop What You're Doing and Read the Comic Advocating for Chelsea Manning
‘Suppressed Images’ documents DNA portraiture of Manning by artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg.
New Tor Site 'Netpoleaks' Helps Whistleblowers Report on UK Police
'Netpoleaks' aims to make it easier for people to share concerns about police activity securely.
A Tool to Check If Your Dark Web Site Really Is Anonymous
‘OnionScan' will probe dark web sites for security weaknesses.
Watch an RC Plane Drop Whistleblowing Fliers Over NSA's Dagger Complex
Activists are trying to persuade NSA employees to quit.
This Campaign Helps Intelligence Workers Become Whistleblowers
The awareness-raising initiative also offers counselling and template resignation letters.
A UK Parliamentary Candidate Whose Horrific Life Story Went Viral Is Fighting Britain's Old Boys' Club
Naz Shah is rising to power from a past of abuse, drug deals, murder, and poverty.
What's the Difference Between a Leaker and a Whistleblower?
The distinction may be the thing that keeps three WikiLeaks employees out of prison.
Motherboard Panel Livestream: Freedom of Information in Reverse
Motherboard is hosting a panel on digital freedom at Berlin's Transmediale festival. Watch here.
Freya Newman and the Hypocrisy of A Surveillance State
The woman who outed Frances Abbott's secret $60,000 scholarship may have been freed, but the government's willingness to spy on citizens and prosecute a remorseful young woman highlights its own hypocrisy.