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EXCLUSIVE: Hacked documents reveal Ecuador’s failed effort to take in NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden

Ecuador granted Snowden ‘international protection’ and sought to transfer him out of Russia.

On by Mikael Thalen

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Snowden warns Assange ‘could be next’ after John McAfee found dead in prison cell

Snowden said the U.S. justice system was ‘unfair’ and needed to be reformed.

On by Colleen Cronin

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Why is there a push to pardon Snowden but not Reality Winner?

While Snowden is in exile, Reality Winner is in jail.

On by Libby Cohen

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Viral tweet sparks false rumor Trump is going to pardon Assange

Pro-Trump pastor Mark Burns alleged a pardon was in the works before recanting his statement.

On by Mikael Thalen

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Liz Cheney says Snowden put troops at risk, gets reminded who her dad is

Cheney’s tweet about Edward Snowden struck a nerve for a lot of people.

On by Andrew Wyrich

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Edward Snowden says 9/11 could have been stopped on Joe Rogan podcast

He didn’t hold back.

On by Esther Bell

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Government sues Edward Snowden for breaking a non-disclosure agreement

The DOJ says Snowden violated non-disclosure agreements.

On by Andrew Wyrich

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Why Barrett Brown burned his National Magazine Award—and what he’s planning next

It came as a result of the Snowden archives getting shut down.

On by David Gilmour

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Snowden joins calls for Google to end controversial Chinese search engine

Ex-NSA contractor and over 60 human rights groups criticize Project Dragonfly.

On by Mikael Thalen

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Court rules U.K.’s mass surveillance powers unlawful

‘They are breaching the public’s human rights.’

On by David Gilmour

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Edward Snowden’s app turns your spare phone into a security monitor

The app is currently only available for Android devices.

On by Phillip Tracy

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The Internet Party is crowdsourcing an anti-spying bill

The party is set to run in the country’s general election in September.

On by David Gilmour

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Putin jokes that Comey is like Edward Snowden, offers him asylum

The Russian president went on to deny allegations that the Kremlin was behind election interference.

On by David Gilmour

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Edward Snowden, international fugitive, condemns firing of FBI director

‘If I can oppose this firing, so can you.’

On by Andrew Couts

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NSA ends collection of Americans’ emails, texts that mention foreign targets

Edward Snowden first exposed the practice in 2013.

On by David Gilmour

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