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== SUMMARY ==
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American journalist, hacktivist and founder of [[Project PM]], a crowdsourced research collaboration and wiki, to analyze the 2012–13 Stratfor email leak ([[WikiLeaks]]'s Global Intelligence Files, which were supplied by [[Anonymous]]).
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http://freebarrettbrown.org/
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He founded Project PM, a research collaboration and wiki, to facilitate analysis of the troves of hacked emails and other leaked information concerning the inner workings of the cyber-military-industrial complex.[1]
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*Teams: Anonymous (2011), The Intercept
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*[https://whowhatwhy.org/2013/08/07/connections-between-michael-hastings-edward-snowden-and-barrett-brown-the-war-with-the-security-state/ What Was Hastings Working On?] (7/13/13)
 
*[https://whowhatwhy.org/2013/08/07/connections-between-michael-hastings-edward-snowden-and-barrett-brown-the-war-with-the-security-state/ What Was Hastings Working On?] (7/13/13)
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He has appeared in the documentaries We Are Legion, Terms and Conditions May Apply, and The Hacker Wars.[32][33]
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Relatively Free is a documentary film released in 2016 by Field of Vision about Brown's drive across Texas to a halfway house after he was released from prison.[78]
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Barrett Brown's case was included as a plot point in Season 2 of the U.S. TV series House of Cards.[79]
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Brown serves on the advisory board of the International Modern Media Institute.[80]

Latest revision as of 19:55, 12 March 2018

SUMMARY

American journalist, hacktivist and founder of Project PM, a crowdsourced research collaboration and wiki, to analyze the 2012–13 Stratfor email leak (WikiLeaks's Global Intelligence Files, which were supplied by Anonymous).

http://freebarrettbrown.org/


He founded Project PM, a research collaboration and wiki, to facilitate analysis of the troves of hacked emails and other leaked information concerning the inner workings of the cyber-military-industrial complex.[1]

  • Teams: Anonymous (2011), The Intercept

He has appeared in the documentaries We Are Legion, Terms and Conditions May Apply, and The Hacker Wars.[32][33]

Relatively Free is a documentary film released in 2016 by Field of Vision about Brown's drive across Texas to a halfway house after he was released from prison.[78]

Barrett Brown's case was included as a plot point in Season 2 of the U.S. TV series House of Cards.[79]

Brown serves on the advisory board of the International Modern Media Institute.[80]