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Edward Snowden releases a statement via WikiLeaks

imageMoments ago, NSA PRISM leaker Edward Snowden released a statement on his current state of mind via the WikiLeaks website and provides more insight into what has happened to him, in his own thoughts, since he left Hong Kong a week ago; additionally he explains why he feels he is stuck in a Russian airport attempting to seek asylum in countries such as Ecuador.

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New top secret NSA PRISM slides leaked, which show just how the program works

imageIn a new leak of slides provided originally by Edward Snowden, and published by The Washington Post, detail exactly how the NSA PRISM secret spying program works: from targeting “selectors,” accessing private Internet companies’ data, to processing the data.

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Snowden speaks: the NSA PRISM leaker makes his whereabouts known

imageIn yet another surprise turn of events, NSA PRISM leaker that has been missing in action since checking out of his plush hotel in Hong Kong turns up in the local HK South China Morning Post - with a new interview - and new shocking revelations about the NSA’s top secret activities.

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ACLU first to file lawsuit against U.S. Govt for NSA PRISM spying program

imageWell, that escalated quickly! Thanks to the ACLU, the U.S. Government will have their day in court over the recent NSA spy program leaks. In a statement from the ACLU, they say: the ACLU filed a lawsuit charging that the [NSA PRISM] program violates Americans’ constitutional rights of free speech, association, and privacy.

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Guardian releases more slides: NSA PRISM surveillance tool “Boundless Informant”

image"The mission never sleeps," it reads across the top of one of the new slides The Guardian released as part of an overall expose on the top secret NSA PRISM spying program. The slides, provided by ex-NSA and Booz Allen contractor Edward Snowden, show the tool the NSA uses to track metadata across the globe.

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Mozilla launches massive campaign on digital surveillance

imageToday, Mozilla, the maker of the popular web browser Firefox, is launching a campaign against digital surveillance. They launched a new website today, and is asking users of the web to unite, in similar fashion as we did with SOPA, so we can take a stand.

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Comedy break: Good news is, you’re not paranoid!

imageNow this is pretty hilarious. John Oliver, who is stepping in as the host of the Daily Show as Jon Stewart is in the Middle East to film a movie, covered the NSA PRISM leak scandal. After watching all the segments, I can’t stop smiling. It’s done beautifully.

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Read about the stealth Q-Group, who is assigned to track down NSA leaker Edward Snowden

imageEver since the top secret NSA PRISM documents were disclosed, the NSA has been in scramble mode, doing everything possible to try to track down the NSA leaker, Edward Snowden.

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NSA Updates: BAH fired Snowden, he’s now missing, his girlfriend has been outed, and more

imageEver since Edward Snowden dropped the bombshell onto the world about the secret spying into our private data by the NSA, the twists and turns in the story hasn’t let up. It’s hard to keep up, but here are a few more updates to keep you in the loop.

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Why more startups and entrepreneurs should be like DuckDuckGo

In light of the recent NSA PRISM secret surveillance revelations, not only is our government under a ton of scrutiny, but we should also be evaluating Big Tech, such as sites like Google and Facebook.

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Hong Kong is the worst place in the world for any person to avoid extradition

imageAs the Twittersphere was swirling around over the weekend at the self-admission of the NSA PRISM whistleblower, Edward Snowden, one peculiar thought kept popping up all around. Why did he select Hong Kong as the place to hideout?

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Icelandic Modern Media Initiative makes asylum offer to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden

imageIt looks like NSA PRISM whistleblower Edward Snowden may get his wish to seek asylum in Iceland, as members of Iceland’s Icelandic Modern Media Initiative (IMMI) made a statement just a short time ago offering asylum to Snowden.

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Secret NSA PRISM spying program whistleblower reveals himself to the world

imageEdward Snowden, a 29-year-old former technical communications specialist for the CIA, is the man behind the recent leak about the top secret NSA PRISM spying program. And today, he has let the world know through an interview with The Guardian; and he, understandably so, is hiding out in a hotel in Hong Kong awaiting to see what is going to happen next.

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Pres. Obama’s sleight of hand response to the NSA PRISM spying scandal

imageJust a short time ago, President Obama responded to the disclosure yesterday, that the NSA has a top-secret program called PRISM which has been secretly spying and data mining people’s private information via phone calls, and other Internet sources.

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PRISM: code word for unauthorized Govt spying using 9-top Internet companies

imageI can’t say that I’m not all too surprised with the damaging news to hit the web today, that the U.S. Government is secretly spying on citizens using 9-top Internet companies.

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