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Snowden appears with Putin on propaganda show

A protester carry a portrait of Snowden during a demonstration against secret monitoring programmes PRISM, TEMPORA, INDECT and showing solidarity with whistleblowers Snowden, Manning and others in Berlin

Who knew the spy could be a journalist?

WaPo, Guardian newspapers win Pulitzer Prize for public service after reporting on Snowden leaks

A protester carry a portrait of Snowden during a demonstration against secret monitoring programmes PRISM, TEMPORA, INDECT and showing solidarity with whistleblowers Snowden, Manning and others in Berlin

Peter King calls it ‘a disgrace’

Snowden calls out alleged NSA lies in exclusive Vanity Fair interview

NSA-Snowden

‘The NSA…not only knows I raised complaints, but that there is evidence that I made my concerns known to the NSA’s lawyers’

NSA documents leaked by Snowden now available on public database

NSA Telephone Records

‘The fact is that most of the documents…should have never been secret in the first place’

Obama, Putin, and the 'what if' of Ukraine

U.S. Secretary of State Kerry shakes hands with Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov at the Russian Ambassador's residence in Paris

The president’s weak foreign policy set the stage for losing the Crimean standoff.

Sen. Wyden blasts intel chief James Clapper: 'We need an upgrade in the intelligence leadership'

Warns of more leaks unless reforms enacted

NSA chief: Rand Paul's anti-surveillance rhetoric 'disheartening' [VIDEO]

‘If you talk to other members of Congress, they’ll tell you we’re doing the right thing’

Challenge accepted: NSA responds to Edward Snowden's TED appearance

A screengrab shows Snowden speaking via video conference during a panel discussion on internet privacy at the South by Southwest Interactive festival in Austin

‘It is categorically untrue that Snowden’s actions didn’t put people at risk’

NSA reveals Silicon Valley KNEW about mass Internet spying

An undated aerial handout photo shows the National Security Agency (NSA) headquarters building in Fort Meade, Maryland
'They would have received legal process in order to assist the government'

Accelerating the de-Americanization of the Internet

Fadi Chehade, president and CEO of ICANN, attends a meeting with Brazil's President Rousseff in Brasilia

The Internet’s moorings are detaching from America.

Bill Gates has little 'admiration' for Edward Snowden

Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates speaks at the "Uniting to Combat Neglected Tropical Diseases" conference at the Royal College of Physicians in London

‘I think he broke the law, so I certainly wouldn’t characterize him as a hero’

Obama's new NSA pick will 'attempt to be as transparent as possible'

U.S. Navy Vice Admiral Rogers appears at confirmation hearing in Washington

Nominee pledges transparency and restoring trust during Senate confirmation hearing

'I saw the Constitution was being violated:' Snowden swings at NSA during SXSW panel

NSA-Snowden

‘I took an oath to support and defend the Constitution’

Congressman asks SXSW to disinvite Edward Snowden

A picture of Snowden, a contractor at the NSA, is seen on a computer screen displaying a page of a Chinese news website, in Beijing in this photo illustration

‘I strongly urge you to withdraw this invitation’

The new 'Snowden Phone' encrypts all calls, texts, and Web browsing

Snowden Phone

‘Protect your privacy from hackers, government agencies and spyware’

NSA chief says legislation to stop media leaks is only weeks away

General Keith Alexander, director of the National Security Agency testifies at a House Intelligence Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington

‘Journalists have no standing when it comes to national security issues’

Edward Snowden lands new job as student rep

NSA Surveillance Snowden.JPEG

Tele-commuting an unlikely solution

Glenn Greenwald's new website launches - and crashes - in the same day

Greenwald testifies before a Brazilian Congressional committee on NSA's surveillance programs, in Brasilia

The Intercept encounters errors

US spied on UN diplomats at the 2009 climate summit

President Barack Obama speaks about the National Security Agency from the Justice Department in Washington
'The United States gathers foreign intelligence'

British spies tap YouTube and Facebook, share with US

Satellite dishes are seen at GCHQ's outpost at Bude, close to where trans-Atlantic fibre-optic cables come ashore in Cornwall, southwest England

‘Governments have no business knowing which YouTube videos everyone in the world is watching’