Trevor Timm

Electronic Frontier Foundation

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Writer and lawyer; activist at Electronic Frontier Foundation, which fights for privacy and free speech in the digital age; Co-founder and Executive Director of the Freedom of the Press Foundation

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When Edward Snowden revealed the extent of electronic spying,  President Obama assured Americans  their privacy was being carefully guarded.

Personal Privacy and National Security: Is There a Trade-off?

When Edward Snowden revealed the extent of electronic spying, President Obama assured Americans their privacy was being carefully guarded.

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PFC Bradley Manning has pled guilty to releasing 700,000 classified documents, which  WikiLeaks then published  on the Internet — the largest intelligence breach in American history.

The Trial of Bradley Manning for WikiLeaks Leaks

PFC Bradley Manning has pled guilty to releasing 700,000 classified documents, which WikiLeaks then published on the Internet — the largest intelligence breach in American history.

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