2013: It's treason!
2014: Maybe not, but it was reckless
2015: Still, technically it was unlawful
2016: It was a public service but
2017:
Latest Scoops
It is an inexpressible tragedy that the refugees who risked so much to shelter me have yet to be granted asylum. https://t.co/PVjM2bRJU0
Home is where the heart is.
(@lsjourneys)
Home is where the heart is.
(@lsjourneys)
WIRED's @a_greenberg shines light on @FreedomofPress's quiet project to make investigative journalism unstoppable. https://t.co/bKd0xmsKps
"[The new law aims to]... place leaking and whistleblowing in the same category as spying for foreign powers." https://t.co/jgdYv7FKmd
Thanks for the heads-up! I'll boost it soon.
Journalists protected the mass surveillance archive long beyond the two-year window of sensitivity. White House has trouble going one day.
2013: "Only the government can responsibly protect secrets!"
2017: US-Japan nuclear crisis response cycle includes random Facebook people.
2013: 'Only the government can responsibly protect secrets!'
2017: US-Japan nuclear crisis response cycle includes random Facebook people.
During your time in service, reflect and ask: "Is this what I signed up for?"
The investigation of peaceful environmental groups by "anti-terrorism" agents is ghoulish. The @FBI is in freefall. https://t.co/mXnVzkfrCR
ICYMI on Friday: @ACLU went to an Irish court to protect your rights, and @facebook went against them to undermine those very same rights.https://t.co/qnBFIX1E24
Don't be afraid. Be ready. There are more of us than them.
I don't know if the rumors are true. But I can tell you this: I am not afraid. There are things that must be said no matter the consequence.
Days ago, I criticized the Russian government's oppressive new "Big Brother" law. Now, threatening rumors. But I won't stop.https://t.co/UFkIR1Rx8N
Speak not because it is safe, but because it is right.
I'm afraid you are famously confused. Those are all where captured spies were FREED. That's how it works. They are never traded into prison.https://t.co/R5mx8pV0jh
Finally: irrefutable evidence that I never cooperated with Russian intel. No country trades away spies, as the rest would fear they're next.https://t.co/YONqZ1gYqm
This law harms both Russians and Russia. Rather than entering into force in 2018, it should be repealed or amended. https://t.co/AXkFrBl8C9
I am not Russian, and so cannot vote. But even an outsider can see Yarovaya's #BigBrotherLaw violates not only rights, but reason itself.
Redirecting tax meant to connect distant regions to finance unnecessary spying is a kind of larceny. Stolen futures. https://t.co/AiZ5u6Q7F0
If only more understood.
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