Being a whistleblower in tech isn’t easy — here’s why



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When the term “whistleblower” comes to mind, generally one is reminded of government and even shadow agency problems brought to light. Edward Snowden, for instance, is an excellent example of this behavior, along with his revelations about the NSA and government spying on American citizens. But there’s another aspect to the concept. It involves the ousting of damaging, relevant information related to large corporations or individuals in the business world. As a more recent example, the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica debacle comes to mind. We’ve known forever that Facebook has collected our data and information, but we didn’t necessarily know what they…

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