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Assange’s protection from US extradition “in jeopardy”

Without the protection of the Ecuadorian government, Assange could be open to an extradition request from the United States, which has been investigating WikiLeaks since 2010 and which has threatened to bring unprecedented charges for publishing

Courage at RightsCon 2018

See video of Courage Director Naomi Colvin on a Pursuance Project panel with Barrett Brown, Jesselyn Radack, Thomas Drake and Birgitta Jonsdottir at the privacy rights conference, scheduled for 16-18 May in Toronto

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BOP rejects Matt DeHart’s appeal to reinstate time-served

BOP's response fails to explain the lack of due process; now that Matt has exhausted all administrative avenues for redress, he will challenge the arbitrary decision in court

European Commission unveils draft whistleblower directive

Ultimately these proposals have to be judged on whether they will enable future Antoine Deltours to come forward without being put in legal jeopardy

Fourth open letter to #ReconnectJulian published in Norway

Julian Assange has been without internet access for two weeks; now four open letters have been published calling on Ecuador to reconnect his access, and more than 55,000 have signed a petition in support

Video: Vivienne Westwood calls on Ecuador to continue protecting Julian Assange

Warning that “If Julian steps outside the Embassy the UK will arrest him,” Westwood says, “I appeal to the people of Ecuador to continue to protect Julian.”