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NSA releases internal Snowden email

NSA releases internal Snowden email

One common claim made by Snowden since his monumental leak of intelligence information is that he repeatedly raised questions with the National Security Agency, calling to attention concerns over procedures and actions. The government has rebutted those claims today, releasing an internal email from Snowden said to be his only correspondence.

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Encrypt, evade and obscure: Edward Snowden warns public

Encrypt, evade and obscure: Edward Snowden warns public

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has defended his actions during a SXSW appearance, insisting that "I'd do it again" and throwing down the gauntlet to internet users to protect their privacy using encryption and other tools. The contractor-turned-activist described how he used hard-drive encryption, routing his online traffic through Tor, and installing browser plugins to avoid tracking from companies and other organizations, to evade surveillance.

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Snowden pilfered coworker’s password to access data

Snowden pilfered coworker’s password to access data

Edward Snowden's breach of NSA data prompted a sweeping internal investigation into how he managed to pull off his mission. According to an agency memo acquired by the folks at NBC News, Snowden managed to access some of the data in part by stealing one of his coworker's passwords. That coworker has since been stripped of his security clearance and has resigned.

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Snowden Nobel Peace Prize nomination up for “stable and peaceful world order”

Snowden Nobel Peace Prize nomination up for “stable and peaceful world order”

This week it's been made clear that two members of Norway's Socialist Left Party intend on adding Edward Snowden to their shortlist for possible recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize - nominating him, that is. While the nomination certainly makes sense given the aim of award itself, critics on both sides have begun to set in for this NSA leakster, gainer of one massive amount of publicity over these past 12 months.

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Snowden talks government, privacy, and having no regrets during live Q&A

Snowden talks government, privacy, and having no regrets during live Q&A

Since leaking a myriad of documents on NSA and government surveillance and taking roost in Russia, Edward Snowden has kept a low profile -- until today. Via Twitter, the former NSA contractor was asked a slew of questions under the #AskSnowden hashtag, a handful of which he proceeded to answer with sufficiently long responses, including the proclamation that he has "no regrets".

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