Jack Gillum

Jack Gillum is a reporter on the Washington investigations team of The Associated Press, where he focuses on government accountability and the intersection of technology, privacy and surveillance. He's previously reported on campaign finance during the 2012 presidential election, and has pursued data-driven investigations into standardized test cheating and college athletics at USA Today. He has also reported for the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson, his hometown. A miner of public records, Gillum has uncovered other Washington secrets, such as the use of secret email accounts by senior executive branch employees to the use of federal aviation regulations to block press access in Ferguson, Missouri.


31. Chaos Communication Congress
Security & Hacking


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