With everything in the news, people often ask me about life after blowing the whistle. I spoke with the legendary @EwenMacAskill about it. I hope you'll watch it. t.co/46mcpHh0eM

Biometrics are quickly becoming one of the greatest enablers of evils in our time. This is only the beginning. t.co/rR5AFRHR3G

Expert thread: how the FBI has managed—for years—to keep "accidentally" abusing an out-of-control mass surveillance system to violate the rights of tens of thousands of Americans, and what needs to be done about it. t.co/06WzuyLqdG

I disagree with laughing at a man for his hypocritical tweets when he faces two counts for talking to a journalist—no matter their relationship. When got a 5-year sentence (!) for a single public interest disclosure, wiretapping journalists should not be a joke. t.co/by312BGvoy

"The law gave me hope—and it still does. Even in the darkest hour of the Revolution, with the very existence of the country at stake, Congress didn't just welcome an act of principled dissent, it enshrined such acts as duties." t.co/n9NLAFkLcX

Thread. Reporters covering .Gov demands to backdoor FB/WhatsApp encryption should consider *why* their justifications have so suddenly and mysteriously changed. Remember, the .Gov has pursued backdoors since the 1990s: this was never about kids or terrorists. It's about power. t.co/l9K9yux0ZN

Wow: The @FBI is running a warrantless internet surveillance program so flagrantly unconstitutional that even the secret, rubber-stamp "court" that approved 99.967% (!) of surveillance requests over 33 years (!!) felt they couldn't turn a blind eye. t.co/AckFywXtNq t.co/fBdh8Bbd5f

Want a signed copy of ? Today is your last day to submit entries to @LsJourneys' contest. Check her TL or blog (t.co/69vm8NyCEc) for details! t.co/TNq6fLq41w

"The law gave me hope—and it still does. Even in the darkest hour of the Revolution, with the very existence of the country at stake, Congress didn't just welcome an act of principled dissent, it enshrined such acts as duties." t.co/n9NLAFkLcX

Whistleblowers teach one lesson: you can shackle the man, but you can't shackle the truth. t.co/SOJd9oJdvr

A blistering, essential read for Americans on both sides of the aisle who wonder how we arrived at the problems of today, by @dsdamato: t.co/E479Zrpw6K

So I get stopped in the hallway as I’m carrying this old computer that I need to copy the files, and one of the chiefs asks: ‘What are you doing with this machine?’ And I look at him frankly and I say: ‘Stealing secrets.’ t.co/0OgsqITYPs

The EU's 2019 Whistleblower Directive explicitly protects *public* disclosure without requiring reporting through internal or external channels, given "reasonable grounds" for believing internal channels are ineffective—or dangerous. Shouldn't Americans have the same protections? t.co/veJTGtuZ85

"Even for those of us who’ve followed the Snowden revelations closely, Permanent Record is full of surprises." t.co/ERWX3H8TzW

The government is demanding backdoor access to the private communications of 1.5 billion people using . If @Facebook agrees, it may be the largest overnight violation of privacy in history. t.co/qkxO1pJuUh

"Is it not chilling to realize that if citizens ever felt a need to challenge a fascist government, or a brutal dictatorship, the power balance now is overwhelmingly in favor of the state?" An absolutely essential read by the extraordinary Iraq War whistleblower Katherine Gun. t.co/P7UK4Y9AcB

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