I suppose it could have been worse: The Nobel committee could have awarded the prize to Snowden himself rather than just to his advocates, the Washington Post and the Guardian. 117 more words
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Mark Steyn wrote a great article on the death of free speech for the Australian version of The Spectator.
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Snowden:“Does Russia intercept, store, or analyze in any way the communications of millions of individuals?”
Snowden also asked if increasing “the effectiveness of intelligence or law enforcement investigations” is justification for placing societies under surveillance. 52 more words
Earlier today on a call-in program on Russian television, infamous NSA leaker Edward Snowden questioned the country’s President Vladimir Putin about his government’s surveillance activities. Snowden, after the United States revoked his passport, kept house in a Russian airport for weeks until he was granted temporary asylum in the country where he currently resides. 370 more words