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Glenn Greenwald: Why privacy matters

Glenn Greenwald was one of the first reporters to see — and write about — the Edward Snowden files, with their revelations about the United States’ extensive surveillance of private citizens. 40 more words

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Techno Spying: The Art of Whistleblowing and Its Consequences in Pakistan

Who could have thought Edward Snowden, the whistleblower who created ripples globally last year, would be nominated for Nobel Peace Prize 2014?

Snowden’s leaks proved that the National Security Agency (NSA) was spying on ordinary U.S. 596 more words

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Julian Assange: How "The Guardian" Milked Edward Snowden's Story

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange investigates the book behind Snowden, Oliver Stone’s forthcoming film starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Shailene Woodley, Nicolas Cage, Scott Eastwood and Zachary Quinto. According to leaked Sony emails, movie rights for the book were bought for $700,000. 3,147 more words

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Me puedo dar aires de ser un buena samaritano, el uso de las computadores o internet se ma ha dado fácil desde niño porque siempre me ha gustado y le he dedicado el tiempo suficiente. 741 more words

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Review of Citizenfour

A disconcerting, paranoia-fueled thriller, Citizenfour shows the firsthand account of Edward Snowden’s whistle blowing and the dark and scary truths of US national security and surveillance. 382 more words

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The CIA and Hollywood episode 4 Enemy of The State

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Good friend Adam joins us to discuss the 1998 action thriller Enemy of the State, and its unprecedented ‘revelation’ of surveillance technology.  103 more words

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War For Constitutional Purposes

CONSTITUTION THURSDAY

Congress shall have the power to… declare War

– Article 1 Section 8

http://www.slipperyfish.com:8080/podcast99/constitution_thursday/042315_war_for_constitutional_purposes.mp3

As the nation awaits the Court Martial of Bowe Bergdahl, the question of his guilt seems obvious, but is it in light of the Constitution, the War Powers Resolution and the more than 130 times it has been used to establish precedents about what is “war for Constitutional purposes?” 16 more words

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