Journalists in Australia fight for legal reform to add protections for members of the press and freedom of expression.
Unamerican. Spy. Traitor. Edward Snowden’s name brings these words to mind for many Americans. The former NSA contractor has become a household name for his role as a global surveillance whistleblower, and reintroduced many Americans to the concept of whistleblowing. While many dispute the legitimacy
In the face of mounting vitriol from the newly ordained Trump administration, the press has ramped up its efforts to elicit leaks from within the White House and elsewhere in the federal bureaucracy. Leaks matter. The right leak can sustain national discourse, earn journalism prizes
Yesterday, the Washington Post editorial board published “No pardon for Edward Snowden,” arguing that the former NSA contractor-turned-whistleblower should return the United States, that he should stand trial for his actions, and that President Obama should choose against pardoning him. The view itself is fair. Snowden’s