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“Whistleblowers used to be underdogs…now they’re more like corporate-espionage influencers, whose actions put attention-seeking and material gain before, or in place of, justice.”

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Whistleblowers used to be underdogs...now they're more like corporate-espionage influencers, whose actions put attention-seeking and material gain before, or in place of, justice.

Ian Bogost, on the recent Twitter whistleblower debacle
— Ian Bogost
August 2022