In this exclusive interview with Wikileaks Sections Editor, Sarah Harrison, we talk about the case of Julian Assange, the findings of the UN working group on arbitrary detention, national security, international law and how one can support whistleblowers.
Prosecution tasked to investigate Assange are being criminally investigated themselves Today on the 15th of June 2016, Wikileaks announced on their Facebook page that the Swedish police have launched a criminal investigation into prosecutor Marrianne Ny over her handling of the Assange case. Marrianne Ny (Swedish Prosecution Authority) heads the investigation against Assange that accuses him […]
The classified annex to the draft “core text” of the Trade in Services Agreement is part of what is being secretly negotiated by the U.S., EU and 22 countries.
Welcome to acTVism Munich’s whistleblower compilation page. Here you will find our videos with former high-ranking officials & employees turned whistleblowers from various intelligence agencies and corporations, who when confronted with injustice and wrongdoing, had the courage to speak with the aim of informing the public.
Documents leaked by whistle-blower Edward Snowden show the United States was training spies to influence events in the Americas.
The investigative website WikiLeaks has once again revealed documents about the Brazilian interim president Michael Temer, wherafter he was an Informant for the USA.
acTVism Munich translated this piece from the “The Intercept” website into German. For the English article, visit the original source: “The Intercept”.
In this video, acTVism Munich asks former MI5-Officer, Annie Machon, and Paul Jay, founder of the Real News Network, whether social media is safe for people to use given what was revealed to the public in the wake of Snowden’s revelations in 2013.
acTVism Munich only makes the German translations via The Intercept available on it’s website. For the English article, visit the original source The Intercept
In this video posted below, Annie Machon explains what it means to be a whistleblower and how the public can support them