Americans need to ask themselves, "Why is Reality Winner in prison?" said the 27-year-old's mother, Billie Winner Davis.
Martin Tripp, 40, is currently embroiled in a high-profile legal battle with his former employer.
A legal complaint accuses Facebook of failing to implement internal controls to stop criminal activity from overseas traders.
Early in his presidency, Trump reportedly had senior White House employees sign NDAs that prevented them from sharing confidential information.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal shows Facebook users need to know which apps have their data.
Donald Trump Jr. liked a derogatory tweet apparently aimed at the fact that Chelsea Manning is transgender.
Many see Trump, who complains regularly about leaks, as a "citizen whistleblower" who can provide leadership to "drain the swamp."
Blazer's revelations helped bring about the fall of Sepp Blatter.
The U.S. needs whistleblowers to protect the country from tyranny, Moore said.
The first priority upon Chelsea Manning's release will be ensuring her safety, her attorney says.
WikiLeaks, not the CIA, is the most responsible for reducing the world's cybersecurity.
Only an illegal hack of the IRS would result in the release of the returns.
Many presidents have tried to prosecute leakers, with some success.
Jack Burkman says he wants to either confirm or debunk the conspiracy theories around the case.
U.S. authorities convicted Manning to 35 years in prison for leaking 700,000 confidential files to Wikileaks.
The whistleblowing cybersecurity expert fields questions from Reason's Nick Gillespie.
The Air Force visited Brandon Bryant's mom hours after Bryant testified about a U.S. air base in Germany.
The Intercept obtained classified slides, detailing how the U.S. decides to kill terror suspects.
Snowden, Greenwald, Miranda to Introduce U.N. Treaty to End Mass Surveillance and Protect Whistleblowers
The activists are hoping to codify digital rights across the globe.
Lieutenant Colonel Jason Amerine exposed how the bureau has botched hostage negotiations with the Taliban and ISIS.
The former private, who was sentenced for leaking diplomatic cables to WikiLeaks, now may be punished for prison infractions.
The three whistleblowers were commemorated as part of a traveling project.
One Marine corps veteran found the VA Department threatening to cut his disability rating.