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Topic: whistleblower protection
We have only ourselves to blame for decades of arrogance

We have only ourselves to blame for decades of arrogance

Crikey readers discuss whistleblower protections and the larrikin image.

What hope for whistleblowers in the government’s war on scrutiny?

What hope for whistleblowers in the government’s war on scrutiny?

Whistleblowers in the public service face few good options for revealing wrongdoing. Intelligence agency officials have none.

Assange case and raids demonstrate the source of the problem

Assange case and raids demonstrate the source of the problem

These raids are not new. But one following the other, day following day, suggests that the tactic is being taken to a new level.

The latest chapter in Australia’s war on whistleblowers

The latest chapter in Australia’s war on whistleblowers

Tax office whistleblower Richard Boyle is just the latest victim in Australia's increasingly hostile war on whistleblowers.

Julian Assange won’t surrender to the US for doing journalism

Julian Assange won’t surrender to the US for doing journalism

On World Press Freedom Day, Julian Assange sits in "Britain’s Guantanamo Bay" not knowing whether he will face extradition to the US.

Australia’s whistlebower protections lag in private sector, national security

Australia’s whistlebower protections lag in private sector, national security

A new report shows we're in the back of the pack when it comes to protecting whistleblowers in the private sector and on national security.

Frances Abbott leak reveals legal blackhole for whistleblowers

Frances Abbott leak reveals legal blackhole for whistleblowers

Experts say the case against the alleged whistleblower in "Daughtergate" is a good example of why comprehensive whistleblower protection is a very important issue for Australia.

Talk about corruption

Talk about corruption

Crikey readers have their say about the Eddie Obeid verdict, protection for whistleblowers and more money for less Coke.

You better be careful blowing the whistle — new laws have holes

You better be careful blowing the whistle — new laws have holes

New legislation makes it safer for good citizens to blow the whistle on corruption. But there are plenty of traps for inexperienced players, writes former whistleblower Brendan Jones.