· Australian police drop probe of reporter, whistleblower →
Australian police on Wednesday dropped the investigation of a prominent journalist and government whistleblower over leaked government secrets, ending a case which sparked wide-ranging debate over press freedom in the country.
· Amazon shareholders call for company to release warehouse safety data after workers raise alarm →
In addition to the data, the letter also calls on Ms McGrath to provide information detailing whether the company acted in retaliation towards whistleblower employees.
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· Pentagon Watchdog Official Resigns After His Demotion by Trump →
Democrats and Republicans alike have voiced concern and advocates for whistleblowers have accused the president of trying to punish investigations into his administration during an election year.
· Tory unrest increases pressure on PM to sack Dominic Cummings →
If you're a whistleblower or source and with new information, you can email email@example.com or (using a non-work phone) send us a Signal or WhatsApp to this number (UK) +44 7584 640566.
· F1 governing body sets up whistleblowers’ hotline →
LONDON, May 26 — Formula One’s governing body has set up an online 24-hour ‘ethics and compliance hotline’ for whistleblowers to report suspicious behaviour or concerns of possible misconduct in motorsport.
· F1 governing body sets up whistleblowers' hotline →
LONDON: Formula One's governing body has set up an online 24-hour 'ethics and compliance hotline' for whistleblowers to report suspicious behaviour or concerns of possible misconduct in motorsport.
· If the coronavirus fight is a “war,” Trump has been a disastrous commander in chief →
Rick Bright, a former top US vaccine official and now whistleblower against the president’s handling of the coronavirus, alleges Trump loyalists had him demoted at the Department of Health and Human Services for raising alarms about hydroxychloroquine.
· Armed with whistleblower tips, US SEC cracks down on coronavirus misconduct →
The novel coronavirus outbreak and economic fallout is proving to be a bonanza for whistleblower lawyers as the U.S. securities regulator cracks down on a range of related misconduct from companies touting sham cures to misuse of federal aid.
· Six people test positive on ship in WA as Morrison announces 'jobmaker' – as it happened →
And from earlier, my colleague Christopher Knaus has this extraordinary story of a whistleblower who was told to contact the prime minister using the generic online form.