Tesla
Tesla Wants Former Employee to Pay £133 Million for Alleged Sabotage

Martin Tripp, a former technician at Tesla’s Gigafactory turned whistleblower, is embroiled in a nasty lawsuit with the EV manufacturer and recently released court documents show that Tesla is not taking Tripp’s alleged “sabotage” lightly. The company wants Tripp to pay $167 million in damages (around £133 million) for public statements he’s made that Tesla claims are false. Read More >>

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NSA Admits That Edward Snowden Stole Up to 200,000 Documents

It's been nearly half a year since the first revelations from Edward Snowden's leak made it into the press, but until now, we've been in the dark about exactly how big that leak was. Well, ladies and gentlemen, NSA Director General Keith Alexander is finally shining a light in that direction. Read More >>

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Edward Snowden Tricked NSA Coworkers Into Giving Him Their Passwords

New details are emerging about how Edward Snowden gained access to the classified NSA documents he would later leak to the press, and boy are they curious. Read More >>

wikileaks
The WikiLeaks Server That Hosted Cablegate Is for Sale on eBay

Shopping for a new server? Want a piece of whistleblower history? Want to piss off Julian Assange? You can do all three of these things at once, if you buy the server that hosted hundreds of thousands of diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks a few years ago. And it still works! Read More >>

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Bradley Manning Sentenced to 35 Years in Prison

Bradley Manning has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for crimes related to stealing government documents and sharing them with WikiLeaks. The sentence, handed down by Judge Denise Lind, is significantly less than the 60 years that the US government asked the Army colonel to hand down. Manning will also be dishonourably discharged from the military and will forfeit all pay and allowances. Read More >>

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Snowden Reportedly Started Stealing Spy Documents While Working at Dell

The neverending Edward Snowden saga is getting some new characters with a new Reuters report that tracks the origins of his secret document stashing not to the NSA but to former employer Dell Computer. Wait, Dell? What do they have to do with spying? Well you'd be surprised. Read More >>

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Bradley Manning Is Not Guilty of Aiding the Enemy

A military judge acquitted Bradley Manning of aiding the enemy and convicted him of five counts of violating the Espionage Act on Tuesday. The verdict marks the end of a three-year-long ordeal that began with Manning's arrest in Iraq and subsequent detainment in Kuwait and Quantico, Virginia. Read More >>