Tech exec posts contact info for journalist after getting pissed about her coverage
Ken Glueck wanted dirt on Mara Hvistendahl. Instead he's created a new variation of the 'Streisand effect.'
On Apr 28, 2021 by Claire Goforth
Why Barrett Brown burned his National Magazine Award—and what he’s planning next
It came as a result of the Snowden archives getting shut down.
On Apr 22, 2019 by David Gilmour
WikiLeaks offers $10K for ‘public exposure & termination’ of reporter over Russian hacking leak story
Did the Intercept's reporting get their own source arrested?
On Jun 6, 2017 by Andrew Wyrich
Drones will keep us at war forever
If you were hoping for an end to the war in Afghanistan, this was not your week.
On Oct 16, 2015 by Gillian Branstetter
The Intercept gives Adnan Syed’s prosecutor free space to attack ‘Serial’
Is the podcast guilty?
On Jan 8, 2015 by Nayomi Reghay
The fractured postmortem narratives of ‘Serial’
Will Jay Wilds' new interview answer questions, or only lead to more?
On Jan 5, 2015 by Nayomi Reghay
Why the tech-bro takeover of media keeps failing
The mass resignations at the New Republic today are part of a bigger pattern.
On Dec 5, 2014 by Miles Klee
Greenwald delays biggest Snowden story yet after new U.S. government claims
Fresh claims from the government have forced Greenwald to drop his planned midnight release.
On Jul 1, 2014 by Dell Cameron
The U.S. is spying on Afghanistan’s phone calls, WikiLeaks reveals
WikiLeaks finally posted the name of the country after overruning the 72-hour deadline.
On May 23, 2014 by Rob Price