Jailed, in part, because he shared a link to a stolen document that he did not steal, and despite the fact that this is not a crime.
He's already served more than two years in prison on charges related to sources within the Anonymous hacktivist entity.
Barrett Brown. Photo: Nikki Loehr
A Federal court order [PDF, via Cryptome] prohibits Barrett Brown, a jailed internet activist and journalist who faces more than 100 years in prison, from talking to the media.
Critics say it's the latest example of a crackdown on investigative journalism.
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