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Support Courage’s emergency funding drive to defend whistleblowers worldwide

Support Courage as we launch a major funding drive for core costs, to continue our work defending the truthtellers most at risk, including Edward Snowden and Chelsea Manning (aussi en français)


Chelsea Manning’s lawyers confirm health status, privacy breach

Chelsea Manning’s attorneys Chase Strangio, Vincent Ward and Nancy Hollander released a joint statement today updating the public on Chelsea's health status and the Army's unauthorised release of her private medical information


Chelsea Manning’s Legal Team Responds to Unconfirmed Rumors About Her Hospitalization

The following press statement was issued on 6 July 2016 with the approval of Chelsea Manning's legal team.

Antoine Deltour on the 'Anything to Say?' statue (click for source)

Whistleblower Antoine Deltour receives 12-month suspended sentence

Though he avoids jail time, Deltour criticised the sentence for its broader impact, calling it a "warning towards future whistleblowers, which is detrimental to citizen’s information and the good functioning of the democracy."

LLsupporters at courtroom

Full coverage of Lauri Love’s extradition hearing, day 2

In the second day of Love's hearing, the court heard testimony from Lauri himself, the CEO of Hacker House, representatives from Jeremy Hammond's and Barrett Brown's support networks, and Lauri's US lawyer, Tor Ekeland; final oral arguments to be held in the coming weeks


Lauri Love to testify in extradition hearing day 2, on hacking for social good

While day one of Lauri Love's extradition hearing focused on his mental health and potential for poor treatment in a US prison, today's hearing will turn toward Lauri's current work at Hacker House, harnessing cybersecurity talents for social good


Full coverage of Lauri Love’s extradition hearing, day 1

A comprehensive Storify of today's extradition hearing in London, where the court heard testimony regarding Lauri Love's Asperger Syndrome and depression, and how he would fare if imprisoned in the United States; tomorrow we'll hear about how digital activists are treated in US prisons