15 December 2012 00:00
Jay Leiderman has dedicated his entire professional career to standing up as a staunch defender of our constitutional freedoms. He details how the National Defense Authorization Act NDAA nullifies our fundamental rights and leaves Americans in the dark with respect lawful conduct.
Jay also explains the significance of charges made against jailed journalist Barret Brown for copying and pasting a site link and the legal process and precedents of the forthcoming road to trial.
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...
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