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Schattenwelt BND - Wie viel Geheimdienst braucht Deutschland

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Es ist eine gigantische Geheimbehörde, ein Dienst, der vollkommen im Verborgenen operiert: Der Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND) setzt Tausende Beamte mit falschen Namen und falschen Pässen ein, um an fremde Staatsgeheimnisse zu kommen und an Informationen, die in keiner Zeitung zu lesen sind: Wie kämpft der sogenannte Islamische Staat? 201 more words


The Media Revolution: Seizing the Means of Story-Production!

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These past days, I’ve reflected on the accomplishments of peoples’ movements in recent years and, while the establishment often gets its way, I couldn’t help but notice that we’ve succeeded in bringing some key issues & concepts into the public conversation that used to be taboo. 2,029 more words


Edward Snowden To Appear Via Satellite In U.S. Theaters Ahead Of 'Snowden' Opening

After making a Google chat appearance at Comic-Con for Snowden, the upcoming movie about his life, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden will appear via satellite from Moscow for “Snowden Live,” a Fathom Events/Open Road event that will include Oliver Stone, who’ll be beamed in from New York. 237 more words

Breaking News

Edward Snowden | What is the future of technology and democracy? (Video)

Joseph Gordon-Levitt asks the man behind the NSA revelations where the world is headed. 95 more words


The New Clip For 'SNOWDEN' Features Joseph Gordon-Levitt Taking An Aptitude Test

Check out this new clip that Open Road Films has released for their upcoming film SNOWDEN starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Edward Snowden, which can be seen down below! 206 more words


Jill Stein: In Praise of WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is a hero. Like Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning, and other whistleblowers facing government persecution, Assange has sacrificed his personal comfort and safety to bring us the truth. 415 more words

Opinion Leaders

Hollywood's take on cybersecurity

It can be tough going to the movies as a cybersecurity expert. From the soapy stolen-identity flick “The Net” to the slick, punchline-packed take on surveillance depicted in “Ocean’s Eleven” and “Speed,” films handling the very real issues of internet security and modern computer science are overwhelmingly unrealistic (and far too reliant on Sandra Bullock). 1,005 more words