Snowden It’s been dubbed the most important and galvanizing political drama by an American filmmaker in years.
Superman joined the hordes of zombies, Storm Troopers and Star Fleet officers in San Diego for Comic-Con International.
Fugitive US intelligence worker Edward Snowden has signed up to Twitter from exile in Russia. His first tweet, “Can you hear me now?” was re-tweeted
Edward Snowden has been honored by the Norwegian Academy of Literature and Freedom of Expression for his revelations of the mass surveillance
Edward Snowden will not get a presidential pardon. The White House has responded to a petition set up in June 2013 using the 'We the people' site
The following extracts of NSA intercepts of French leadership and presidents have been leaked by whistleblowing organisation Wikileaks
The US National Security Agency (NSA) has temporary lost its authority to collect bulk phone records. The surveillance programme made public by
A controversial bronze statute of intelligence leaker Edward Snowden was secretly erected over night in a New York city park. Artists put a statue of
Edward Snowden has made a public appeal for Switzerland to grant him asylum. The fugitive former US spy agency contractor told an audience in Geneva
The International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights (FIFDH) is one of the most important events dedicated to cinema and human rights worldwide
A few days before New Zealand’s general elections, Kim Dotcom has turned a rally of the Internet Party into a star-studded panel against Internet
July 31, 2014 marks one year since NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden was granted political asylum in Russia.
The former National Security Agency
In the wake of the Snowden revelations, digital rights organisations, such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation, individuals and companies such as
US and UK spy agencies have been developing methods of scooping up user data from smartphone apps such as Angry Birds, it has emerged.
Former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden told German TV on Sunday about reports that U.S. government officials want to
In an online question-and-answer session on Thursday evening, NSA contractor turned whistle-blower in exile Edward Snowden answered 13 questions from