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Amnesty International earlier this month floated a hot air balloon with whistleblower Edward Snowden's portrait above the Statue of Liberty in New York City. News
In Obama's Final Days in Office, Rights Advocates Push for Last-Minute Pardons
Obama must do the right thing before Trump's "law and order" administration takes office, rights advocates argue
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Donald Trump's Pick for Spy Chief Took Hard Line on Snowden, Guantanamo, and Torture
Sen. Dan Coats (R-Ind), described by some as the "Mister Rogers" of Republicans, holds some troubling opinions
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House Intel Report Is 'Accidentally Exonerating,' Says Snowden
'After three years of investigation and millions of dollars, they can present no evidence of harmful intent, foreign influence, or harm. Wow.'
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NSA Inspector Who Criticized Snowden for Not Using 'Official' Channels Found Guilty of Retaliating Against Whistleblower Who Did Just That
Criticism by agency's inspector general appears particularly threadbare after internal panel found him guilty of lashing out against employee who came forward
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"Ed, I'm On Your Side": Snowden Allies Beam Calls for Pardon On DC Museum
Action is latest in advocacy group's attempt to secure pardon before President-elect Donald Trump takes office
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Snowden: Petraeus Leaked 'Far More Highly Classified' Info Than I Did
In exclusive interview with Yahoo! Global News , NSA whistleblower also points to Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, who lied to Congress, as example of two-tiered justice system
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"Will Obama act on any of these nine recommendations?" asks Chatterjee. "Or will he simply hand over the vast, increasingly secretive national security state that he helped build to a man whom he once declared to be 'unfit' not just for the presidency but even for a job at a retail store." Views
Publish, Punish, and Pardon
Nine Things Obama Could Do Before Leaving Office to Reveal the Nature of the National Security State
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As Rule 41 Quietly Passes, Trump to Inherit Expanded Hacking Powers
Changes to rule allow FBI agents to remotely hack into computers that are outside of the judicial district where warrant was issued
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Watergate-Era Intelligence Experts Call for Leniency for Snowden
'Without Snowden, it would have been decades, if ever, until Americans learned what intelligence agencies acting in our name had been up to'
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UK Set to Approve Most Extreme Spy Bill in 'History of Western Democracy'
"Snooper's charter" poised to become law by end of 2016 after passing both houses of Parliament this week
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