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Ryan Gallagher
Investigative reporter & editor, . Mail: ryan@rjgallagher.co.uk PGP: SecureDrop: Signal/WhatsApp: +44 737-678-6842
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Ryan Gallagher Jan 13
Replying to @rj_gallagher
This is the building Fox Mulder's on about, though he got a bit carried away, they are not really stealing people's consciousness in there. Or are they???
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Ryan Gallagher Jan 13
Ok so life is basically complete for me now - one of my stories was used as part of the plot in the new X-Files! Loved that show as a kid 👽👽👽
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Ryan Gallagher Dec 9
Good to see the net closing in on those responsible for shooting down MH17 three years ago. 298 innocent people killed. Still no one held accountable.
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Ryan Gallagher Dec 8
Replying to @rj_gallagher
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Ryan Gallagher Dec 8
UK govt security minister refuses to provide info to parliament about 's investigation into journalists who reported on Snowden leaks - cites "operational matters" excuse in response to 's question:
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James Ball Dec 8
. asked the government a question on "Operation Curable" – an ongoing investigation into UK journalists who worked on Snowden – asking about public interest and surveillance of reporters. The government dodged her question. Deeply worrying.
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Ryan Gallagher Dec 5
Key points from Anderson report on MI5 & police handling of recent UK terror attacks:
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Ryan Gallagher Dec 5
Trump admin weighing plan for private spy network that would circumvent official U.S. intel agencies - "a direct-action arm, totally off the books,” source says.
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Ryan Gallagher Dec 3
If any of my tweets have ever offended you please note they were drafted in error by my lawyer.
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Ryan Gallagher Dec 2
Replying to @RobJamesBerry
That's very true. But for larger news orgs - major, national publications - they have the resources so there are really no excuses. It comes down to cutting corners imo, usually on part of management. A culture shift is required in that regard.
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Ryan Gallagher Dec 2
Awful. I didn't know that.
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Ryan Gallagher Dec 2
Some quality satire on the account ... If you can't laugh what can you do.
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Ryan Gallagher Dec 2
I dream of a day when newsrooms don't have to rely on insecure data vampire services like Expensify, Hipchat etc. Is it so hard to develop an open source alternative that orgs can run on own servers?
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Ryan Gallagher Dec 2
Replying to @jamesinparis @CIA
If you read the piece you will see there is more naunce to it than the headline. It is actually a very good, well-informed analysis.
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Ryan Gallagher Dec 2
This week was something of a watershed moment in that even the usually timid BBC has now published a piece declaring that the US President is a racist promoter of facism. Strange times.
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Ryan Gallagher Dec 2
Piers Morgan suddenly indignant over Trump's bigotry after years of fawning over him. Recall in February, Piers referred to Trump critics as an "angry, puce-faced, self-righteous, snowflake, marching, millennial mob."
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Ryan Gallagher Dec 2
Am I the only one who finds Seth Abramson's endless Twitter threads about the Trump saga to be a bit cringeworthy? His analysis is mostly a sort of breathless hyperbolic speculation; not insightful. Yet so many people RTing him.
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Ryan Gallagher Dec 2
Good on for doing this - more supermarkets should donate food to the needy, & not just at Christmas. The amount of food some of these stores regularly throw away is an abomination when there are families going hungry.
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Mark Stephens Dec 1
U.K. police investigation of Snowden leak journalists enters fourth year - By now it seems to be an appalling abuse of process by
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Ryan Gallagher Dec 1
GCHQ appears to have tried to compromise the independence of the UK's investigatory powers commissioner prior to a legal case challenging mass surveillance - "a blatant attempt to bury embarrassing evidence," says .
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