The Law Being Used to Prosecute Julian Assange The Law Being Used to Prosecute Julian Assange
Since 1917, the US government has used the Espionage Act to restrict freedom of speech, to imprison activists and whistle-blowers, and to dismantle progressive organizations.
Ethel Rosenberg’s Sons Still Seek Justice for Their Mother Ethel Rosenberg’s Sons Still Seek Justice for Their Mother
“We are giving the United States government the chance…to acknowledge the terrible wrong it did to her and to us.”
Jan 19, 2017 / Miriam Schneir
It Has Been 63 Years Since the US Executed Julius and Ethel Rosenberg It Has Been 63 Years Since the US Executed Julius and Ethel Rosenberg
A new book reveals how the government struggled to sell the Rosenbergs’ murder to a skeptical world
Jun 1, 2016 / Miriam Schneir
Cables Coming in From the Cold Cables Coming in From the Cold
Nearly four years ago, soon after the initial public release by the National Security Agency (NSA) of its long-secret Venona archive--decoded Soviet intelligence messages transmi...