What would it take for you to risk everything – your freedom, your livelihood, even your personal safety – by calling out injustice? A crime against humanity? A national conspiracy? Corporate misconduct? A covered-up atrocity? Environmental terrorism? A miscarriage of justice? Every day, brave people around the world risk immeasurable reprisals and consequences for speaking out against wrongdoing. Here are just some of their stories.
The extraordinarily dramatic story of one of the world's most famous whistle-blowers and trans women
The controversial book behind the new Robert Connoly film Underground, The Julian Assange Story - described as a 'tale of madness, paranoia and brilliance', The Weekend Australian.
This is the inside story of those early secret meetings, the fear of discovery and arrest, the flight from Hong Kong to Russia, the desperate attempts by the NSA and its stooges to discredit Greenwald and Snowden, the battle to shield the truth from a barrage of lies, and at the centre of it all two men exposing the enormity of the US and UK governments' betrayal of their citizens.
A dramatic and compelling insight into the next digital revolution: the rise of hacktivisim and the end of privacy on the internet. Includes an exclusive interview with WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange
International borders may be closed for now, but there are still no limits on the imagination.