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Rogue NASA
The unofficial "Resistance" team of NASA. Not an official NASA account. Not managed by gov't employees. Come for the facts, stay for the snark.
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The results of our poll are in: I'll use small words to make it easy for you, : DO NOT LEAVE THE
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Trump’s Budget Forgets That Science Is Insurance for America
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Three Republican EPA administrators: Trump is putting us on a dangerous path
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Rogue NASA May 27
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Zack Kopplin May 27
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Working as an investigator for . If a whistleblower needs a secure way to reach out, I'm on Signal at 225-715-5946
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Gov Acct Proj May 27
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The Government Accountability Project wants to support ! Reach us at 202 457-0034 or at our site:
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Rogue NASA May 27
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Thanks to all public employees who are members of the . Keep your eye out for the chance to stand up for truth and justice. FIN
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Rogue NASA May 27
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This information was compiled with the help of . They have a whistleblower wallet card you can print. 37/
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Rogue NASA May 27
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The Art of Anonymous Activism is a longer guide covering specific laws and whistleblowing strategies. 36/
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Rogue NASA May 27
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However you decide to disclose information, the whistleblower protection landscape is complicated. Only a lawyer can explain specifics. 35/
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Rogue NASA May 27
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Journalists have limited legal rights to conceal their sources. Be sure the journalist will risk jail/contempt of court to protect you. 34/
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Rogue NASA May 27
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Another risk in anonymous whistleblowing is that the government could try to compel journalists to reveal their sources. 33/
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Rogue NASA May 27
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If you have already reported problems internally, be very cautious about blowing the whistle anonymously, because you will be obvious. 32/
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Rogue NASA May 27
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Even with this FOIA method, be careful. If the FOIA is too specific, it could tip off your agency that there is a whistleblower. 31/
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Rogue NASA May 27
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To do this, try to get your agency to put problematic policies and orders in writing or put them in writing yourself on your own email. 30/
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Rogue NASA May 27
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Another anonymous option is, rather than directly providing a journalist or NGO with documents, guide them in a making FOIA request. 29/
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Rogue NASA May 27
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Upload them to an internal database if you can do that without raising suspicion. Make it impossible to single you out. 28/
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Rogue NASA May 27
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Make sure you don't have the only copy of important documents. Send an innocuous agency listserv email or memo with the documents... 27/
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