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26 Nov, 2022 06:16

Africa Facebook / Apartheid


Not only are there brave whistleblowers calling out government and corporate malfeasance, but they're doing so at great personal risk. On this episode of The Whistleblowers, John Kiriakou speaks with Ari Danicas, a research fellow at Blueprint for Free Speech and a fellow whistleblower from South Africa who literally put his life on the line to report on police criminality. Danicas also touches on a suit now filed against American social media giant Meta and Sama, its main contractor, which blew the whistle on Facebook’s content-moderation operation in Africa.