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Snowden, Assange could get ‘symbolic’ asylum offers – French justice minister
The French justice minister said she would not be surprised if, in light of the latest revelations about the NSA spying on country’s leaders, France offers political asylums to Edward Snowden and Julian Assange, as a “symbolic gesture.”

26.06.2015 04:05

PACE calls on US to stop persecuting Snowden
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) has adopted a resolution calling on member and observer states to improve the protection of whistleblowers. It also urged the US to let Edward Snowden return without fear of criminal prosecution.

23.06.2015 17:46

‘NSA & GCHQ are two biggest hackers in the world’
America’s NSA and the British GCHQ have been hyping up the threat from hackers, however a new report based on Edward Snowden’s leaks shows the spy agencies are the two biggest hacking organizations in the world, former MI5 agent Annie Machon told RT.

23.06.2015 15:59

NSA, GCHQ targeted Kaspersky, other cybersecurity companies – Snowden docs
US and British spy agencies worked to reverse-engineer antivirus software in order to "exploit such software and to prevent detection of our activities." Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab was particularly targeted.

22.06.2015 15:49

Surveillance court moving toward renewal of NSA spying program for 6 months
The secretive court that oversees US government spying requests has indicated that it will temporarily renew the National Security Agency's bulk phone records collection authority despite a new reform law that ended the dragnet.

19.06.2015 18:30

Sunday Times levels copyright charges at Greenwald after he debunks Snowden report
The UK newspaper Sunday Times is accusing US journalist Glenn Greenwald of copyright violations after he debunked the paper's report on Russian and Chinese spies allegedly accessing Edward Snowden's NSA leaks.

16.06.2015 12:55

Report Russia, China cracking Snowden files ‘speculation to vilify whistleblower’
Claims that the UK pulled out agents from ops in ‘hostile’ countries after Russia and China cracked Snowden-leaked files is an attempt to divert public attention away and vilify the messenger, says ex-Deputy Speaker of the Belgian Parliament Lode Vanoost.

15.06.2015 09:45

Out from the cold: Snowden leaks forced British spies’ pullout from Russia, China - report
The British MI6 secret service had to suspend operations of its field agents due to imminent exposure in “hostile” countries such as Russia and China, caused by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden's leaks, the Sunday Times reports.

14.06.2015 05:22

Snowden still on the lam 2 years after blowing whistle on illegal NSA activities
A lot has changed in the two years since Edward Snowden decided to let the world know about the NSA’s illegal activities, ranging from the mass collection of surveillance data, to tapping German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s mobile phones.

05.06.2015 15:14

‘Snowden will remain criminal for revealing that US spied on its own people’
It’s unlikely that Snowden will ever be removed from the US wanted list, as he told the truth about the “bastion of freedom” that lectures other states while spying on its own citizens, said Matteo Bergamini, director of Shout Out UK.

05.06.2015 09:24

Snowden leak: NSA uses warrantless web surveillance to watch cyberattacks
Classified documents from the trove of former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden now reveal that the United States National Security Agency secretly had its powers expanded under Pres. Obama to go after hackers.

04.06.2015 15:47

'Being called a traitor no small thing for a patriotic American' - Ellsberg
A lot of people around the world have died because certain American politicians were unwilling to be called names such as weak or unpatriotic, Pentagon Papers whistleblower and US military veteran Daniel Ellsberg told RT’s Going Underground show.

03.06.2015 15:08