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Read This Before You Whistleblow With an App

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GGovernment whistleblowing is harder than just downloading an app. Earlier this month, California Congressman Ted Lieu shared an article on Twitter, detailing options for federal employees who want to leak unclassified information, including the use of encrypted messaging apps like Signal, WhatsApp, and Telegram.




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Principal Researcher at the Freedom of the Press Foundation.

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