“Stop the Greed and Start Meeting Human Needs!” Written by Donald R. Soeken and Tom Nugent
Supporters of Marine Corps whistleblower Franz Gayl are cheering the decision by a Navy review board to reinstate his top-secret security clearance and return him to work. Gayl has been on paid administrative leave since October 2010.
By Nayna C. Philipsen, JD, and Donald Soeken, LCSW-C Reprinted with permission from The Journal for Nurse Practitioners
Journalists are risking exposure of whistleblowers’ identities to government snoops, a security informatics expert warns. In a New York Times op-ed, Chrisitan Soghoian writes that mainstream news organizations routinely fail to make use of available technology to secure their communications with whistleblowers.