No U.S. president, of any party, should be allowed to threaten the free press. It is essential to the functioning of a democratic society.
The crusade against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and whistleblower Chelsea Manning will have a "chilling effect on American journalism."
Almost one year has passed since Chelsea Manning was released from the U.S Army prison at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. On the Democracy Now! news hour, she talked about her newfound freedom.
Blum discusses the case behind U.S. Wikileaks whistleblower being refused entry into the country in September 2017.
A worldwide campaign petitioned Barack Obama to grant clemency to Chelsea Manning, the longest-held whistleblower in U.S. history. This week Obama issued his decision to free Manning.
David J. Climenhaga
Publishing documents is weaponizing them! Who knew? I always thought this was called "journalism."
Julian Assange has been living under political asylum, in virtual detention, since 2012. But his resolve is unbroken, and the leaks he originally sought to publish are still reaching the light of day.
Activists are increasingly appalled by the continuing revelations that they are being spied on by police and the CSEC on behalf of the corporate sector. Should we share our spying stories?
Australian experts are warning Canada about the damaging economic fallout of adopting U.S.-driven Internet censorship rules under the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
New TPP leaks show just how far the U.S. is willing to go to ram through their Internet Censorship Plan.