18 October 2013 00:00
Jay Leiderman is a criminal law specialist and defense attorney who has represented members of Anonymous and Lulzsec. The Atlantic Magazine called Jay Leiderman the “Hacktivist’s Advocate” for his work defending hacker-activists accused of computer crimes, especially people associated with Anonymous.
He is also a founding member of the Whistleblower’s Defense League, "formed to combat what they describe as the FBI and Justice Department’s use of harassment and over-prosecution to chill and silence those who engage in journalism, Internet activism or dissent".
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Lauri Love is a computer scientist from Stradishall in the UK who has a long history of involvement in political activism. A dual UK-Finnish (...)
Stanley Cohen is long time social justice attorney and activist. Stanley Cohen is a US-based attorney and human rights activist who has done (...)
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#TrialAtHome campaign to stop the extradition of Lauri Love. Stanley Cohen as one of the defense attorneys for Anonymous in the PayPal protest. (...)