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Whistleblower - (noun)


This is an employee who notifies the public, other employees, the media, or a government agency about the wrongdoing of their employer.


Source: Adapted from Merriam-Webster Dictionary
Example of Use: Edward Snowden is one of the most famous whistleblowers. He exposed secret surveillance programmes that his employer, the NSA, was running.