Snowden as whistleblower - Future of Privacy Forum

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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 disobedience with the March 8, 1971 break-in of an FBI office in Media, Pennsylvania.

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Snowden as whistleblower - Future of Privacy Forum

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

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