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Edward Snowden

What about surveillance in the digital culture revolution?

Thomas Hylland Eriksen: The planet of apps – how the smartphone changed the world

Big tech: The planet of apps is probably one of the richest things you can now read about how we humans "sew together" with communication technology. But what about surveillance?

Those with power and authority have always wanted to cut the whistleblowers

Notification: MODERN TIMES's appendix ORIENTERING is devoted to warning and truth.

With the people as the client

Edward Snowden: Permanent Record (System Error)

SNOWDEN: A spy, traitor or patriot? The answer depends on who you ask.

Whistleblowers – People's Enemies?

UREDD: A vibrant democracy, a vibrant press, and the rule of law are linked and depend on whistleblowers being taken seriously. Ny Tid interviewed whistleblower and lawyer Kari Breirem, current with the book Promoting justice and preventing injustice – about corruption, legal security and whistleblowing.

I'm Julian

ASSANGE: Ultimately, it is about the right and moral duty to expose war crimes.

From inside the maze

Laura Poitras: Risk

: Risk is incomplete as a survey of the site WikiLeaks and Julian Assange, but an interesting human document.

Some whistleblowers throughout history

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A society in panic of reputation?

"Today we must acknowledge that the belief that whistleblowers would be appreciated was an illusion," says Harald Stanghelle.