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|AP Exclusive: Before Snowden, a debate inside NSA|
Added: 20.11.2014 0:31 | 2 views | 0 comments
WASHINGTON (AP) — Years before Edward Snowden sparked a public outcry with the disclosure that the National Security Agency had been secretly collecting American telephone records, some NSA executives voiced strong objections to the program, current and former intelligence officials say. The program exceeded the agency's mandate to focus on foreign spying and would do little to stop terror plots, the executives argued.
|Activist Blames Edward Snowden for Rise of ISIS, Ukraine War|
Added: 17.11.2014 22:49 | 2 views | 0 comments
Kassig murder 'more blood on the hands of Edward Snowden,' Cliff Kincaid claims.
|Americans Lack Confidence About Controlling Privacy|
Added: 12.11.2014 17:08 | 1 views | 0 comments
Whether it's from government snoops or online marketers, most Americans feel that they have little or no control over how their onlne personal information is being collected and used. These are the findings of a study, Public Perceptions of Privacy and Security in the Post-Snowden Era, that was released today by the [...]
|Snowden Attorney Calls for Probe Into Leaks About Leak Probe|
Added: 28.10.2014 22:14 | 3 views | 0 comments
The Obama administration 'leaks like a sieve when it serves their own interests,' Jesselyn Radack says.
|Trading Your Privacy To Save A Few Dollars|
Added: 23.10.2014 18:58 | 3 views | 0 comments
Privacy is a sensitive topic—especially in the post Edward Snowden NSA-gate era. People don’t like being spied on, or having their personal information shared...unless it’s on their own terms. It turns out that your privacy is a commodity, and you can trade it for perks and benefits.
|Trading Your Privacy To Save A Few Dollars|
Added: 23.10.2014 18:58 | 2 views | 0 comments
Privacy is a sensitive topic—especially in the post Edward Snowden NSA-gate era. People don’t like being spied on, or having their personal information shared…unless it’s on their own terms. It turns out that your privacy is a commodity, and you can trade it for perks and benefits. The idea of trading [...]
|What We're Reading This Week: Chicago, Paris, Alaska|
Added: 22.10.2014 1:00 | 3 views | 0 comments
These , for the perfect Windy City weekend. —Arabella Bowen, Editor-in-Chief
Travel stories about unusual journeys are irresistible to me, so I savored Andrea Sachs' in the Washington Post. Her descriptions of setting up a tent on the deck of an Alaska State Ferry (hint: duct tape) for her weeklong trip are as lively as her response to her fellow travelers and the magnificent landscape. It's not all smooth sailing (hint: rain), but then again, the best trips rarely are. —Linda Cabasin, Editorial Director
I recently read by James Bamford. Schwartz points out that while Bamford should be congratulated on scoring the interview, he fails to engage in real journalism by asking Snowden any tough questions, resulting in what is essentially a puff piece on the ever-elusive whistleblower. A missed opportunity if ever there was one. —Kristan Schiller, Editor, Cities & Cultural Destinations
I'm planning my next trip to Paris and browsing our library of travel magazines for insider tips. I found a great piece in an issue of Afar from 2013 in which Alexander Lobrano a local designer about her favorite spots in Paris's Belleville neighborhood. Read this and you’ll know where to find me. —Caroline Trefler, Senior Editor, Cities and Cultural Destinations
DesignSponge's list of has added a whole lot of wanderlust-inducing photos to my Instagram experience. —Michael Alan Connelly, Editor, Fodors.com
|Snowden honored with 'alternative Nobel'|
Added: 24.09.2014 17:03 | 5 views | 0 comments
STOCKHOLM (AP) — Edward Snowden was among the winners Wednesday of a Swedish human rights award, sometimes referred to as the "alternative Nobel," for his disclosures of top secret surveillance programs.
|AP Exclusive: CIA halts spying in Europe|
Added: 20.09.2014 3:42 | 6 views | 0 comments
WASHINGTON (AP) — The CIA has curbed spying on friendly governments in Western Europe in response to the furor over a German caught selling secrets to the United States and the Edward Snowden revelations of classified information held by the National Security Agency, according to current and former U.S. officials.
|New Zealand denies major spying plan|
Added: 15.09.2014 14:21 | 5 views | 0 comments
New Zealand's government was planning mass domestic surveillance despite publicly denying it, according to Edward Snowden leaks.
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