| Zach Vorhies |
(whistleblower, computer scientist)
Zach Vorhies is a computer scientist who worked for Google for 8 years. After collecting a cache of internal documents he leaked them online through Project Veritas, and explained why in an interview.
“The reason why I collected these documents was because I saw something dark and nefarious going on with the company. I felt that our entire election system was going to be compromised for ever, by this company that told the American public that it was not going to do any evil... they were intending to sculpt the information landscape, so that they could create their own version of what was objectively true.”
Zach Vorhies (August 2019) 
Zach Vorhies invented Zackees, self-illuminating gloves to assist cyclists when signalling left or right.
Vorhies began to feel uncomfortable in Google after 2016 when he reports that "they started changing everything". Although denying the existence of blacklists, these lists were accessible to him as a fulltime company employee. He began to collect a cache of internal documents.
In July 2019, Greg Coppola blew the whistle on Google, through Project Veritas. When Vorhies asked his friends whom they thought could be trusted to help him with the leak, and they recommended Project Veritas. Within days of speaking to them (and giving them a cache of documents), Google sent him a letter, indicating that they knew what he had done and demanding access to his computers to remove the copied documents. After making legal enquiries, he set up a dead man's switch and notified Google.
In August 2019, Zach Vorhies was interviewed on camera. He explained his conduct in an interview with James O'Keefe.
“I've been living with this burden for 3 years, since 2016 when they started changing everything... To have that burden lifted off of my soul... I've never felt happier, or more at piece with myself than I am right now.”
Zach Vorhies (July 2019)