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The people in this veteran intelligence group I'm in [Veteran Intelligence Professionals For Sanity] includes the four NSA whistleblowers, Kirk Wiebe, Bill Binney, Ed Loomis, and Thomas Drake. Binney has got to be one of the smartest people in the ...
It traces the path of Edward Snowden's career in the U.S. military, the CIA, the NSA, and at various contractors thereof.

He had also seen what had happened to Binney and fellow NSA executives Thomas Drake, Ed Loomis and Kirk Wiebe, whose homes were raided by FBI agents after the New York Times exposed the NSA's secret spying programs in 2005. Drake, prosecuted ...
He had also seen what had happened to Binney and fellow NSA executives Thomas Drake, Ed Loomis and Kirk Wiebe, whose homes were raided by FBI agents after the New York Times exposed the NSA's secret spying programs in 2005. Drake, prosecuted ...
He had also seen what had happened to Binney and fellow NSA executives Thomas Drake, Ed Loomis and Kirk Wiebe, whose homes were raided by FBI agents after the New York Times exposed the NSA's secret spying programs in 2005. Drake, prosecuted ...
The people in this veteran intelligence group I'm in includes the four NSA whistle blowers. Kirk Wiebe, Bill Binney, Ed Loomis, and Thomas Drake. Binney has got to be one of the smartest people in the world, I don't think that's an exaggeration. He was ...

... and while [NSA whistleblowers] Ed Loomis, Bill Binney, Diane Roark, Tom Drake and I have our clearances suspended or revoked for simply blowing the whistle on non-Constitutional governmental activities, mismanagement, and widespread corruption.
Thomas Drake, William Binney, Kirk Weibe and Ed Loomis all spoke out against bulk collection from within the NSA and, when their objections were ignored, from outside the agency.
Sovvertendo i criteri di raccolta dati e archiviazione precedenti, mettendo sotto traccia email e dati della rete, Binney e la sua squadra, composta da Kirk Wiebe, Ed Loomis, Thomas A. Drake e Diane Roark mettevano l'NSA al passo coi tempi, iniziandola ...
He now says whistleblowers have little choice but to go outside the system, and is speaking out about what happened to NSA whistleblower Thomas Drake, who revealed the existence of a widespread illegal program of domestic surveillance.
He now says whistleblowers have little choice but to go outside the system, and is speaking out about what happened to NSA whistleblower Thomas Drake, who revealed the existence of a widespread illegal program of domestic surveillance.
They include former NSA workers Kirk Wiebe and Ed Loomis, as well as Diane Roark, who was a budget expert with the House Intelligence Committee.
Operating with a small team made up of other NSA personnel (including interview subjects J. Kirk Wiebe, Ed Loomis, and Drake), Binney would begin work on Project Thin Thread, a cost effective, state-of-the-art surveillance system with built-in privacy ...
Operating with a small team made up of other NSA personnel (including interview subjects J. Kirk Wiebe, Ed Loomis, and Drake), Binney would begin work on Project Thin Thread, a cost effective, state-of-the-art surveillance system with built-in privacy ...
Operating with a small team made up of other NSA personnel (including interview subjects J. Kirk Wiebe, Ed Loomis, and Drake), Binney would begin work on Project Thin Thread, a cost effective, state-of-the-art surveillance system with built-in privacy ...
Instead, the NSA took up the Pokemon craze. Gotta catch 'em all. Information that is. Thinthread was developed by Binney and fellow whistleblowers Ed Loomis and Kirk Wiebe. Instead of collecting metadata as well as content from everyone, Thinthread ...
The plaintiffs are former NSA employees Thomas Drake, Ed Loomis, J. Kirk Wiebe, William Binney, and former congressional staffer Diane Roark.

The whistleblowers are former House Intelligence Committee staffer Diane Roark, and retired NSA employees Thomas Drake, William Binney, Ed Loomis and J. Kirk Wiebe. The suit was filed against the NSA, FBI, DOJ, former NSA directors Michael Hayden ...
... and cancellation of their security clearances after they complained about government waste and fraud at the NSA. Four of the five whistleblowers worked at the National Security Agency: Thomas Drake, Ed Loomis, J. Kirk Wiebe and William Binney. The ...
As an employee of NSA, he has sworn to uphold the U.S. Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. He has worked with colleagues Bill Binney, Ed Loomis, Tom Drake and Diane Roark to oppose NSA corruption and over-surveillance since 2001 ...
Other examples are out there: Thomas Drake, Bill Binney, Kirk Wiebe and Ed Loomis worked for NSA, and their decision to go to an inspector general made them targets.
... who worked with NSA for more than 32 years, and was awarded that Agency's second highest award, the Meritorious Civilian Service Award.
... who worked with NSA for more than 32 years, and was awarded that Agency's second highest award, the Meritorious Civilian Service Award.
It also fails to secure other essential reforms, including real accountability for the NSA, addressing secret law, and strengthening meaningful oversight by Congress.
NSA was drowning data. In response, crypto-mathematician Bill Binney, and his colleagues Kirk Wiebe and Ed Loomis, created a collection, analysis and dissemination program called Thinthread.
NSA whistleblowers J. Kirk Wiebe, William Binney, Ed Loomis, and House Permanent Select Committee on intelligence staffer Diane Roark complained to the Department of Defense's Inspector General (IG) about waste, fraud, and abuse in the program, and ...
"The ODNI's report catalogs the cosmetic changes the administration has made to the NSA's bulk surveillance programs," Jesselyn Radack, a lawyer who represents whistleblowers, told Ars in an e-mail.
He was also co-founder of the NSA's SIGINT Automation Research Center where he worked with Ed Loomis, Kirk Wiebe, and others to solve the issues of velocity, variety, and volume of information in the Information Age.
In the late 1990s, NSA engineers Bill Binney, Thomas Drake, Ed Loomis and Kirk Wiebe were tasked with creating a new telecommunications surveillance program.
He was also co-founder of the NSA's SIGINT Automation Research Center where he worked with Ed Loomis, Kirk Wiebe, and others to solve the issues of velocity, variety, and volume of information in the Information Age.


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