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Alarm as Trump Requests Permanent Reauthorization of NSA Mass Spying Program Exposed by Snowden
"The White House is calling for reauthorization of a program that security agencies have used to spy on innocent people, violate their privacy, and chill free speech."
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Edward Snowden Shares His Story in New Memoir That Hits Shelves in September
The exiled American whistleblower's Permanent Record is due to be released on the U.S.'s Constitution Day
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Critics Lament as 126 House Democrats Join Forces With GOP to Hand Trump 'Terrifying' Mass Domestic Spying Powers
"The Democrats who voted against this common sense amendment just threw immigrants, LGBTQ folks, activists, journalists, and political dissidents under the bus by voting to rubberstamp the Trump administration’s Orwellian domestic spying capabilities."
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Edward Snowden: With Technology, Institutions Have Made 'Most Effective Means of Social Control in the History of Our Species'
NSA whistleblower says "new platforms and algorithms" can have direct effect on human behavior
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Assange Indictments Hide the Context of War
We can't depend on large institutions to stand up for democracy
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Protesters demonstrate in support of Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange outside Southwark Crown Court where he was today sentenced on May 1, 2019 in London, England. Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange, 47, was sentenced to 50 weeks in prison for breaching his bail conditions when he took refuge in the Ecuadorian Embassy in 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden over sexual assault allegations, charges he denies. The UK will now decide whether to extradite him to US to face conspiracy charges after his whistle-blow Views
The Indictment of Assange Is a Blueprint for Making Journalists Into Felons
The First Amendment is meaningless if it only protects people the government recognizes as journalists.
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'This Is About Attacking Journalism,' Warn Press Freedom Defenders as Trump DOJ Hits Assange With New Espionage Charges
"This is about retaliation for publishing evidence of U.S. war crimes and other crimes by the most powerful nation on Earth."
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Tulsi Gabbard Says She Would Pardon Snowden and Drop All US Charges Against Assange If Elected President in 2020
The Hawaii congresswoman said Assange's possible extradition to the U.S. poses a "great threat to our freedom of the press and to our freedom of speech."
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'Grave Threat to Press Freedom': Warnings Mount as Chelsea Manning Remains Behind Bars
"Whistleblowers must not be treated as criminals, and instead must be recognized for their critical role in maintaining a thriving democracy"
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NSA Has Halted Mass Domestic Spying Program First Exposed by Snowden in 2013: GOP Aide
"It's time for this mass surveillance program to end permanently," say civil liberties advocates
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