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Germany drops mass US, UK spying probe
The decision comes four years after whistle-blower Edward Snowden accused the US National Security Agency (NSA) of bugging Chancellor Angela Merkel's private cell phone and massively spying on citizens of allied countries.
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US spying powers suspended after Senate setback
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US Senate fails to act over controversial surveillance laws
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Snowden, Assange and Manning statues unveiled in Berlin
Taking a stand in Berlin’s Alexanderplatz are whistleblowers Chelsea Manning, Julian Assange and Edward Snowden. The life-size bronze statues were
Anonymous artists secretly erect Snowden statue in New York park
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Oscar-winning doc 'Citizenfour' chronicles Edward Snowden's
'Citizenfour' chronicles Edward Snowden's exchanges with journalists in a Hong Kong hotel room as he reveals the scale of the US government's spying programme at home and abroad.
Edward Snowden makes Switzerland asylum appeal
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
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Snowden, Assange, Dotcom rally against surveillance in New Zealand
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
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July 31, 2014 marks one year since NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden was granted political asylum in Russia. The former National Security Agency
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US and UK spy agencies have been developing methods of scooping up user data from smartphone apps such as Angry Birds, it has emerged. The Guardian