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Provides a definition of whistleblowing; examines whether Edward Snowden is a whistleblower; discusses internal and external whistleblowing; draws a parallel between Snowden's audacious act of civil ...

Provides a definition of whistleblowing; examines whether Edward Snowden is a whistleblower; discusses internal and external whistleblowing; draws a parallel between Snowden's audacious act of civil disobedience with the March 8, 1971 break-in of an FBI office in Media, Pennsylvania.

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  • Snowden as Whistleblower? Kathleen Clark Future of Privacy Forum January 2014 1
  • professor practitioner board member
  • Government Accountability Project (GAP) board member
  • Whistleblower discloses alleged wrongdoing or danger in an effort to stop or otherwise address the wrongdoing or danger
  • white paper on the law Of whistleblowing
  • Whistleblowing Law 1. Require disclosure 2. Prohibit retaliation 3. Compensate for retaliation 4. Require institutions to facilitate 5. Provide financial incentives
  • Whistleblowing Law 1. Require disclosure 2. Prohibit retaliation 3. Compensate for retaliation 4. Require institutions to facilitate 5. Provide financial incentives
  • Whistleblowing Law 1. Require disclosure 2. Prohibit retaliation 3. Compensate for retaliation 4. Require institutions to facilitate 5. Provide financial incentives
  • Whistleblowing Law 1. Require disclosure 2. Prohibit retaliation 3. Compensate for retaliation 4. Require institutions to facilitate 5. Provide financial incentives
  • Whistleblowing Law 1. Require disclosure 2. Prohibit retaliation 3. Compensate for retaliation 4. Require institutions to facilitate 5. Provide financial incentives
  • Whistleblowing Law 1. Require disclosure 2. Prohibit retaliation 3. Compensate for retaliation 4. Require institutions to facilitate 5. Provide financial incentives
  • confidentiality obligations restrictions on personal data
  • not all whistleblowing is legally protected
  • Key Distinctions recipient accuracy status type of alleged wrongdoing
  • United States v. United Kingdom
  • Public Interest Disclosure Act (PIDA)
  • internal v. external
  • Why didn’t Snowden use internal channels ?
  • NSA Whistleblowers William Binney Kirk Wiebe Thomas Drake
  • NSA Whistleblowers William Binney Kirk Wiebe Thomas Drake
  • NSA Whistleblowers William Binney Kirk Wiebe Thomas Drake
  • NSA Whistleblowers William Binney Kirk Wiebe Thomas Drake
  • Edward Snowden whistleblower faces legal sanction
  • whistleblowing as civil disobedience
  • Historical parallel: March 8, 1971 break-in at FBI office in Media, PA
  • Snowden as Whistleblower? Kathleen Clark kathleen_clark@mac.com Future of Privacy Forum January 2014 26