30 junho 2013
Snowden e vigilâncias, omissões e negócios
This Really Is Big Brother: The Leak Nobody's Noticed: Even before a former U.S. intelligence contractor exposed the secret collection of Americans’ phone records, the Obama administration was pressing a government-wide crackdown on security threats that requires federal employees to keep closer tabs on their co-workers and exhorts managers to punish those who fail to report their suspicions.
Fact and Fiction in the NSA Surveillance Scandal: The whistle-blower’s claims, revisited.
Who is Leaking More: Edward Snowden or the Government Officials Condemning Him? In the month since the Guardian first started reporting on the surveillance documents provided by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, the government has taken to the media to condemn his leaks and insist he is flagrantly violating the law. To prove this, the government has been incessantly leaking information itself.
Who Helped Snowden Steal State Secrets? The preparations began before he took the job that landed him at the NSA.
Greenwald on ‘coming’ leak: NSA can obtain one billion cell phone calls a day, store them and listen
In 2009, Ed Snowden said leakers “should be shot.” Then he became one
If U.S. Mass Media Were State-Controlled, Would They Look Any Different? Suggesting a fellow journalist be arrested is a new low in mainstream media.
Spying 'Out of Control': Senior European Union officials are outraged by revelations that the US spied on EU representations in Washington and New York. Some have called for a suspension of talks on the trans-Atlantic free trade agreement. (Key US-EU Trade Pact Threatened After Latest Leaks About NSA Spying On Europe)