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Guardian editor to be grilled by British MPs over Snowden leaks

09.11.2013 19:12

Alan Rusbridger, the editor of the Guardian, is to be questioned by British lawmakers next month over the publishing of intelligence files leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, after UK spy chiefs warned that it had damaged national security.

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Alexia Noble 17.11.2013 11:24

When will we see prosecutions of government officials for illegal and immoral spying on innocent people?

 

Eder Alves 11.11.2013 11:00

The Ideas and live dots are more dangerous with weapons... The free will, and freedom, for all citizens in the world stay in danger because the USA, UK , Israel end others, this nations cause is the not equality with all people in all world.

 

Delete This Comment 11.11.2013 02:47

The but flaming dynamic duo got big ears in trouble
and now these left-wing terrorists finally got made
helping out their middle eastern friends.

Is anyone going to act to hold them accountable
or is national security just for fun and games?

 

rogirl 10.11.2013 09:44

Should be that MPs are grilled by Guardian because of Snowden leaks. It is the illegal spying by govts that is the problem not the factsrevealed by snowden and published by the Guardian Newspaper. Typical of corrupt Govts to inverse the situation. and frankly it stinks. Believe me this post of mine will be deleted.

 

Roberthussein 10.11.2013 08:33

it is clear MI5, MI6, and other BSs are just as capable of moral atrocities as are criminal, and from this articles I have concluded its clear that spies are no safeguard against misery, anxiety, and neurosis, your spies like ours , they are criminals.

 

Silviu Costea 10.11.2013 06:47

"national security issue", if you reveal the abuse they make against us!!!

 

yeziam12@mac.com 10.11.2013 06:45

All of the people involved with Snowden look "disheveled&quo t;... Maybe cause God used the spare parts bin when he created them? Maybe cause they all know they're guilty and fighting a lost cause?

 

KK Singh 10.11.2013 05:58

Press freedom ends once it starts challenging state's ability to protect the interests of Corporates for whom the latter is existing!

 

Ariel Godwin 10.11.2013 02:04

I don't like all the spying any more than the next person, but at what point does the media have to abide by the same rules everyone else does? The media is out of control, especially the cruel, nearly criminal way they treat movie stars. The media has gotten too big for their britches, and I for one am glad to see someone bigger than them start to knock them down a peg. They're abusers who deserve to get the abuse they give.

 

Daniel Klasson 10.11.2013 01:37

Times surely are changing when we in the western world have to turn to Russia to get the truth and escape from political persecution.

 

Dirk Mohr 09.11.2013 23:57

siri jon sawyers of the mI6 doesnt frighten anybody with his authority speech ,here are irresponsable businessmen behind mp and better they watch out ,remember these bomb attacks in the suburban ,at the same time in the same place a practice,the same mp are the terrorists-eating to much british taxes

 

m breisch 09.11.2013 22:46

“They’ve put our operations at risk. It’s clear that our adversaries are rubbing their hands with glee – Al-Qaeda is lapping it up,” the head of MI6, Sir John Sawers, said.

LOL. Like the head of MI6 doesn't know Qaeda is run by the CIA -- give me a break.

Thank you Edward Snowden, Glen Greenwald and Alan Rusbridger for being Real Men and True Heroes.

 

Carlos 09.11.2013 21:36

A whitewash inquiry that is designed to intimidate journalists investigating government corruption and deceit. The truth of the matter is that this surveillance is not about terrorism, it is about Economic , political corporate gain. What we are beginning to understand is that this surveillance data can be use to blackmail, extort or implicate anyone for anything.

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