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    • Evidence of Conspiracy: Secrets, Dissidents and Pandas
    • Evidence of Conspiracy: Secrets, Dissidents and Pandas
    • Evidence of Conspiracy: Secrets, Dissidents and Pandas
    • Evidence of Conspiracy: Secrets, Dissidents and Pandas
    • Evidence of Conspiracy: Secrets, Dissidents and Pandas
    • Evidence of Conspiracy: Secrets, Dissidents and Pandas
    • Evidence of Conspiracy: Secrets, Dissidents and Pandas
    • Evidence of Conspiracy: Secrets, Dissidents and Pandas
    • Evidence of Conspiracy: Secrets, Dissidents and Pandas
    • Evidence of Conspiracy: Secrets, Dissidents and Pandas
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    Glenn Greenwald & David Miranda (São Paulo), 2012.

    An independent journalist, hacker and Wikileaks collaborator, Jacob Appelbaum presents his first solo show in Germany.

    An independent journalist, hacker and Wikileaks collaborator, Jacob Appelbaum presents his first solo show in Germany. One of the key developers of the Tor project, a free software network designed to provide online anonymity, Appelbaum has been living in exile in Berlin, due to an ongoing investigation into his involvement with Wikileaks and to repeated harassment at immigration.

    The NOME gallery in Berlin showcases a series of six colored infrared photos shot by Appelbaum. Each of the photographs celebrates a political dissident who has been in some way persecuted his or her government.

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    whistleblower, conspiracy, photographer, art, evidence, Jacob Appelbaum, Julian Assange, Germany, Berlin

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