The Obama administration is failing to live up to its own standards.
When outing U.S. government information means going public, how does that change our relationship to whistleblowers?
The rejection has gone on long enough.
Last week, the U.S. government released the transcripts of chats between Pfc. Chelsea Manning and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Wikipedia’s arbitration committee has taken action against editors who insisted that the whistleblower go by her former name, Bradley.
A former WikiLeaks insider tells Wired how he was wrapped up in a plot to steal the manuscript to a revealing book about WikiLeaks.