Tools for transparency
June 3, 2013
Whether driven by personal motives, a sense of injustice or money, whistleblowers may be repaid with insults, jail terms and even attempts on their lives. But the service they provide to society can make a difference.
As US soldier Bradley Manning faces court martial for providing more than 700,000 secret documents to the WikiLeaks website, DW sheds light on the courageous actions of whistleblowers - and the consequences.