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The Daily 202: Five implications of Trump’s Oval Office clash with Pelosi and Schumer over the border wall

“Having already dropped his public vows to make Mexico ... to questions more likely to be expressed by old uncles seeking tech support from young kids during a Thanksgiving gathering. Rep. Zoe Lofgren ... read more

Why Some States Are Pushing Back on Secret Lawsuit Payouts

But critics say plaintiffs are less likely ... to expand whistleblower protections in tandem with Branstad’s ban on secret settlements between public employees and government agencies. They have since ... read more

whistleblowing policy in a company

The situation in India There are a variety of theories as to why whistleblowing ... is most likely to give rise to individuals who would not hesitate to blow the whistle in case they spot any wrongdoi... read more

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Whistleblower law needs more bite to fight greyhound cruelty and corporate fraud

One obvious “business as usual” risk within the proposed reforms is its approach to whistleblowing. Whistleblowing refers to situations in which former or current organisation members make public inte... read more


Did a copy-paste error reveal the US’s secret case against Assange?

In the filing, Dwyer says documents should remain sealed, as due to… … the sophistication of the defendant and the publicity surrounding the case, no other procedure is likely to keep confidential ... ... read more

Taking a Bush Secret to the Grave

If George H.W. Bush actually made the visit ... the October Surprise case was a baseless “conspiracy theory.” At the time, the Republicans also suggested several reasons why the alibi witness for Oct. ... read more

Guilty plea in Fox News leak case shows why Espionage Act prosecutions are unfair to reporters' sources

Because of this ruling, and other rulings in Espionage Act cases that bar defendants from explaining their intent to inform the American public to a jury, Kim likely had no choice to plead guilty. Thi... read more

UK’s mass surveillance regime violated human rights law, finds ECHR

RIPA has since been superseded by IPA but, as noted above, today’s ruling will likely fuel ... narrow how and why retained metadata could be accessed, giving ministers a deadline of November 1 to make ... read more

Was Russian whistleblower murdered in UK with poisoned soup?

LONDON (Reuters) - A British judge investigating the sudden death of a Russian mafia whistleblower ... Court for “public interest immunity” (PII) over secret material it held regarding the Perepilichn... read more

AmTrust Mystery Remains Unsolved: Avoid The Stock

Today we wanted to take a quick moment to update the AmTrust (NASDAQ:AFSI) story and reiterate why ... whistleblower Harry Markopolos seemed to be running point on the fraud investigation against the ... read more

Thank the whistleblowers

Now the whole issue has blown up, since it affects 2.8 million students who will likely have to appear for a re-exam. If there was no whistleblower ... Why it took two years for the matter to surface ... read more

Trident whistleblower must now contend with outdated, unfair laws

An able seaman in the Royal Navy, McNeilly compiled an 18-page memo entitled The Secret ... whistleblowing cases are in dire need of review, and their confused nature means it’s not clear how the syst... read more



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