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Government Spying On Five Muslim Activists Is A Manufactured Scandal

Mobile phone simulating call to German Chancellor Merkel next to a tablet showing the logo of NSA is seen in picture illustration taken in Frankfurt

All of them have legitimate reasons to be on the list.

Russia Will Likely Extend Snowden's Asylum Because 'His Life Is Endangered'

‘I see no problem in prolonging the temporary asylum’

Edward Snowden's Tinder Profile Is Attracting Some Female Surveillance

NSA-Snowden

‘Good with computers. Optimist. Love to travel’

Snowden: Can I Stay In Russia A Bit Longer?

He’s not Russian to leave

Greenwald Delays Biggest Snowden Story Yet Over Government Claims

‘[The United States government] today suddenly began making new last-minute claims which we intend to investigate before publishing’

New NSA Director Says Snowden Leaks Don't Mean 'The Sky Is Falling'

U.S. Navy Vice Admiral Michael S. Rogers speaks during a visit to the CID headquarters in Pensacola, Florida

‘I am trying to be very specific and very measured in my characterizations’

NSA Denies Snowden Ever Emailed Superiors Over Concerns

Protesters supporting Snowden hold a photo of him during a demonstration outside the U.S. Consulate in Hong Kong

‘There are no documents indicating that Mr. Snowden contacted agency officials’

British Ambassador Claims 'Snowden Whistleblowing' Would Have Helped Hitler

7.) Adolf Hitler (PHOTO: Wikipedia)

‘It is actually necessary for our national security to ensure that our real secrets remain secret’

SNOWDEN'S BACK: Via Telepresence Robot

Edward Snowden appears in this robot-like device to discuss how to take the internet back in his TED Talk Tuesday. (Photo: screenshot of video: Edward Snowden: Here's how we take back the Internet/ted.com)

NSA whistle-blower checks out the Statue of Liberty from Russia

Gore: NSA Snooping 'Way More Serious' Crime Than Snowden's

‘He also provided an important service’

NSA Can Listen To You Through Your Phone -- Even When It's Off

A student from the General Yermolov Cadet School plays with her mobile phone during a two-day field exercise near the village of Sengileyevskoye

‘It’s not really powered off – even when you think it is’

Ex-KGB Spy: Russian Spies TRICKED Snowden Into Going To Moscow

Fugitive former U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden's new refugee documents granted by Russia is seen during a news conference in Moscow

‘It was a trick and he fell for it’

Vodafone Admits Multiple Governments Directly Access User Phone Data

Man speaks on his mobile phone as he walks past the logos of Vodafone painted on a roadside wall in Kolkata

‘We are making a call to end direct access as a means of government agencies obtaining people’s communication data’

Facebook Board Member: Snowden Is A 'Textbook Traitor'

Marc Andreessen, co-founder of Netscape and venture capitalist, speaks during an interview in New York

‘If you look up in the encyclopedia, traitor, there’s a picture of Edward Snowden’

NSA Director: Edward Snowden 'Probably Not' A Foreign Spy

NSA Director Adm. Michael Rogers speaks at a Reuters CyberSecurity Summit in Washington

‘Could he have? Possibly. Do I believe that’s the case? Probably not’

Oliver Stone Will Direct 'The Snowden Files'

A television screens the image of former U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden during a news bulletin at a cafe at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport

‘This is one of the greatest stories of our time’

NSA Collecting Millions Of Photos For Facial Recognition Program

Accused government whistleblower Snowden is seen on a screen as he speaks via videoconference with members of the Committee on legal Affairs and Human Rights of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg

‘It’s not just the traditional communications we’re after’

DOD Snowden Investigation: Foreign Spy?

Brazil-Snowden

‘Snowden specifically exhibited…behavior indicative of someone who had extensive tradecraft training in espionage’

NSA Releases Snowden's Email To Legal Office, Says He 'Did Not Raise Concerns'

Edward Snowden Getty

‘The e-mail did not raise allegations or concerns about wrongdoing or abuse’

Famed Former CIA Agent Claims Snowden Has Been In Contact With Russia Since 2007

Edward Snowden Gives First Interview In Russia

‘I worry about his common sense here. He has a Walter Mitty complex, it seems to me’