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GAP's American Whistleblower Tour & National Security Program Highlighted Tonight

Dylan Blaylock, April 22, 2014

Tonight, the efforts of GAP's National Security & Human Rights program are highlighted in separate events on national television and at Georgetown University.

Clapper Directive a Clear Extension of the War on Whistleblowers

Dylan Blaylock, April 22, 2014

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has issued a directive barring intelligence community (IC) employees from speaking to the media about intelligence-related matters, including unclassified matters, without authorization. The directive, issued in March, was first posted yesterday by the Federation of American Scientists' Project on Government Secrecy.

Pulitzer Prize an 'Undeniable Validation' of Snowden's Disclosures

Dylan Blaylock, April 14, 2014

Earlier today, The Guardian US and The Washington Post won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. Each newspaper earned this distinction for its "revelation of widespread secret surveillance by the National Security Agency." These stories are a direct result of NSA whistleblower and GAP client Edward Snowden's disclosures.

GAP Executive Director Bea Edwards commented on the news:

NSA Whistleblowers Binney, Drake to Speak at West Chester University

Dylan Blaylock, April 14, 2014

On Wednesday, April 23, two prominent figures in the ongoing debate over constitutional privacy rights in the face of the growing national security surveillance state will speak at West Chester University (WCU). The event is part of the Government Accountability Project's (GAP) collegiate program, the American Whistleblower Tour: Essential Voices for Accountability, which brings whistleblowers to universities nationwide.

Human Trafficking, Climate Change Whistleblowers Coming to Stanford University

Dylan Blaylock, April 14, 2014

On Tuesday, April 22, the Government Accountability Project (GAP) brings its collegiate program, the American Whistleblower Tour: Essential Voices for Accountability, to Stanford University.

The Tour stop features whistleblower Kathryn Bolkovac discussing U.N. peacekeepers' involvement in human trafficking and forced prostitution. White House whistleblower Rick Piltz will explain how the George W. Bush administration censored climate science reports intended for the public and Congress.