Anonymous Protests Glenn Greenwald's Boston Book Tour Stop

Glenn Greenwald's book tour met with protest, online and offline, by supporters of the PayPal14. The 14 struggle to pay 86,000 in fines for their 2010 protest of PayPal's blockade of Wikileaks. Meanwhile, Greenwald gets a lucrative book deal and the backing of PayPal's owner Pierre Omidyar.

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  1. Glenn Greenwald, his lucrative book deal, and his billionaire business partner Pierre Omidyar angered PayPal14 supporters. Protests of his book tour begin online, with a pastebin post "No Place to Hide: #PayPal14, G Greenwald, PayPal Billionaire":
  2. Word spreads:
  3. And spreads:
  4. On May 15th, at Greenwald's Boston tour stop, some supporters take the protest offline:
  5. Apparently content with his celebrity status, book deal, and billionaire-backed project (The Intercept with First Look Media) Glenn Greenwald refuses to address protesters or the PayPal 14.

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