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Edward Snowden granted Russian citizenship by Vladimir Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin grants former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden with Russian citizenship, two years after permanent residenc.
2020 Nobel nominees: Julian Assange, Edward Snowden & Chelsea Manning
Julian Assange, Edward Snowden and Chelsea Manning have been nomiated for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize.
Edward Snowden: NSA tracks ALL Bitcoin users private info
Don't be surprised: the NSA tracks all private information of ALL Bitcoin transactions and users with MONKEYROCKET.
NSA's massive NYC spy hub, a nuke-proof All Seeing Eye
Edward Snowden details Project X, the NSA's secret skyscraper in New York City that can withstand an atomic blast.
Snowden's new leak has the NSA with a secret UK spy base
Edward Snowden is back with a new leak, with the US running a UK-based spy base.
Aliens can't contact us because of encryption, says Edward Snowden
Why haven't aliens contacted us yet? It's not because of Will Smith, it's because of encryption.
Julian Assange urged Edward Snowden to pick Russia over Latin America
Edward Snowden got some encouragement from Julian Assange to pick Russia over Latin America, for his own personal safety.
FBI demanded Scandinavian countries extradite Snowden if he visited
FBI doesn't want Snowden to have anywhere to run and hide.
Chance for Edward Snowden and US DOJ to reach a deal closing fast
Deal seems unlikely, and Edward Snowden will remain hidden away in Russia.
AT&T has 'extreme willingness to help' the NSA, according to the NSA
Freedom: AT&T has a very special relationship with the NSA, so it hands over billions of phone records to the US government.
Poll: 53% of Americans want to see Edward Snowden prosecuted
What do you think about Edward Snowden?
Former spy panel senator believes Edward Snowden should be hanged
If the US gets hold of Edward Snowden, and he's found guilty, he should be hanged!
Edward Snowden wants to see firms fight against encryption demands
Snowden speaks out regarding encryption.
Former NSA lawyer: Snowden 'really set back' cybersecurity discussion
Former NSA lawyer says Snowden hurt the 'collective discussion' on national cybersecurity.
White House responds to online Edward Snowden pardon petition
No pardon for Snowden, but thanks for the online petition!
Doesn't look like Gov. Christie is a big fan of Edward Snowden
Looks like NJ Gov. Chris Christie is no fan of Edward Snowden.
Edward Snowden would like to return to the US, but too many politics
Edward Snowden wants to return home, but it's not the right time just yet, his attorney says.
French official says Assange, Snowden could be allowed in France
Could Julian Assange and Edward Snowden find their way to France?
Don't expect Edward Snowden to leave Russia anytime soon
Edward Snowden will remain in Russia.
NSA wants to give you malware through mobile app stores
Edward Snowden drops another bomb on the NSA and its 'IRRITANT HORN' malware initiative.
Federal appeals court rules NSA telephone surveillance program illegal
The NSA phone surveillance program disclosed by former contractor Edward Snowden ruled illegal by federal appeals court.
NSA boss now wants 'front door' access to your PC
NSA chief Michael Rogers calls for 'front door' encryption key to users PCs.
Edward Snowden hopes for possible asylum in Switzerland
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden hopes the Swiss government will offer him asylum.
Lawyer: Edward Snowden wants to return to US if given fair trial
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden is willing to return stateside, but only if guaranteed a fair trial.
NSA director says 'backdoors' into tech companies doesn't harm privacy
The director of the NSA will continue building backdoors into IT companies' products.
Snowden regrets not coming forward sooner about NSA surveillance
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden's only regret? Just not coming forward sooner.
Edward Snowden: GCHQ snooped on emails sent, received by journalists
The GCHQ is responsible for snooping on journalists' email communications, according to former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
Edward Snowden leaks confirm China stole Aussie F-35 JSF plans
Documents leaked by Edward Snowden indicate the Australian F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) plans were stolen by the Chinese.
NSA: Snowden approached government with questions, not concerns
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden approached government with questions and not concerns regarding surveillance/spying activity.
Russian spy agency tried to recruit Edward Snowden to join its ranks
The Russian FSB reportedly tried to recruit Edward Snowden, approaching him when he was still stranded in a Russian airport in 2013.
Snowden leak reveals which encryptions NSA cannot decipher
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Experts still claim Edward Snowden data leaks cost lives
Edward Snowden wanted the US people to know about mass surveillance, but some lawmakers and experts still say lives were lost.
Pew research finds many users don't trust Internet privacy anymore
Americans are concerned about online privacy, and they feel that they don't have control of it any more, according to a new survey.
Edward Snowden says 'get rid of Dropbox', Facebook, Google 'dangerous'
Edward Snowden warns the world to not use Dropbox, Google, Facebook and more.
Edward Snowden says he would go to jail in order to return home
If it meant coming home, Edward Snowden would "volunteer" for prison, but only if it reportedly served the right purpose.
Edward Snowden wants hackers to design anti-surveillance tech
Edward Snowden wants to see programmers design new technologies that will help Internet users brows the Web more securely from government snooping.
Snowden says NSA workers shared intercepted sexts, NSA defends itself
Edward Snowden claims NSA employees routinely shared intercepted sexts and images of people in a "sexually compromising situation," and the NSA fires back.
UN human rights commissioner says Snowden shouldn't face charges
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden should be applauded for his NSA spying revelations and not persecuted, according to UN humans right head.
Edward Snowden wants encryption, data protection used by journalists
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden wants journalists and business professionals to encrypt information and use data protection to stay more secure.
Glenn Greenwald says there is a second NSA whisleblower
Glenn Greenwald suspects there is a second NSA whistleblower, meaning that Edward Snowden isn't alone.
GCHQ boss attacks British media over Snowden leaks
Iain Lobban, the UK spy chief, has defended GCHQ in light of the British media's publication of the Snowden documents.
Facebook has encryption on its roadmap, security chief claims
Facebook's security chief suggested governments will have a harder time snooping when it deploys end-to-end encryption.
Reddit, others pledge support for anti-NSA Reset The Net campaign
Reddit and other major sites are pledging support for an online, anti-NSA spying day of action.
Lavabit founder explains why he shut down service after Snowden leaks
Lavabit founder Ladar Levison discusses why he was forced to shut down his email service following disclosures by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
Australia wants to increase spying on citizens after Snowden leaks
Australian law enforcement wants more surveillance power, has asked the government to log citizens' Web browsing history.
NSA's MYSTIC program records entire nation's worth of phone calls
The latest Edward Snowden leak: NSA is able to collect "every single" phone call and store it for a month from the entire nation.
Snowden calls for "a watchdog that watches Congress"
Edward Snowden speaks at SXSW, where he said "we need a watchdog that watches Congress"
Snowden raised concerns within the NSA before blowing the whistle
Edward Snowden says he reported policy or legal issues related to NSA spying to more than 10 officials before blowing the whistle.
Snowden's latest: NSA sets up online "Honey Traps" to capture people
Edward Snowden's latest revelation: US government uses tax payer money on Internet shills.
Unnamed U.S. law firm caught up in NSA spying, report states
It looks like the NSA also worked with the Australian government to spy on a U.S. law firm retained by the Indonesian government.