All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Justice’

Jailed for Exposing Turth

Sentenced to 35 years in jail, Bradley Manning uncovered U.S. torture, abuse, soldiers laughing as they killed innocent civilians and journalists

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Kim Dotcom Plans to Protect Future Whistleblowers

Last week, U.S. government pressure shut down three encrypted email services — including one supposedly used by National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden — and created an opportunity for onetime U.S. government gadfly Kim Dotcom

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NSA Whistleblower Comes Forward

The 29-year-old source behind the biggest intelligence leak in the NSA’s history explains his motives, his uncertain future and why he never intended on hiding in the shadows

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The Jones Report Pt. 2: Fear Not, Stand Up!

As a journalist, it’s your sworn oath to seek the truth and to bring it out into the open, no matter how grim the details are, or how much you don’t believe in it. You are morally obligated to do so. It’s the core, fundamental principle of what we do, it’s what keeps a democracy a democracy. It is our duty to be transparent, accountable, and open

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1/3 of Americans Think an Armed Revolution Might be Necessary Soon

Almost a third of registered voters believe their gun rights have been so threatened that an armed revolution could be necessary in the next few years, a poll has found

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Anonymous Declares War on Rapists

In the latest turn in the story of Canadian teen Rehtaeh Parsons, who was driven to suicide by ridicule after her alleged gang rape, hacktivist group Anonymous is threatening to release the names of the four suspects unless authorities act

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Why We Must Keep Fighting for the Freedom of the Internet

We’re all used to changing society over a weekend of coding. But changing the values of society takes much, much longer than that, and it requires all of us to keep patiently explaining what we understand to those who don’t

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Sex Trafficking Victims Rescued From Mumbai Motel

Four young women who were trafficked and sold for sex out of a motel in Mumbai are now safe in a shelter for survivors. IJM (International Justice Mission) helped police rescue the girls from a second-story motel where they were routinely raped for profit

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Fair Trade Food Service Launches at Justice Conference

A new service from Trade as One has launched to change that and make it simple for people to eat healthy food that does good, through an ingenious idea of providing quarterly packages of ethical food products from around the world delivered right to a persons doorstep

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Mobile App Lets Users Change The World

The Forgo Mobile App was created by activists who decided they wanted their every day, normal decisions to have an impact for good on humanity

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