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Edward Snowden
I used to work for the government. Now I work for the public. President at .
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Edward Snowden 15h
Join the march on March 23rd to from being locked up by the industry, who want to filter what you can say and share online! Find one at , and then join the FIVE MILLION who signed the petition @ !
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Mark Mazzetti Mar 21
NEW: Spies trained by the United States and Israel work on behalf of authoritarian governments, spying on enemies and dissidents. W/⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Konstantin v. Notz Mar 19
Wegweisendes Urteil des OVG Münster zum über . Dank an alle Beteiligten! Aufklärung hat auch vorangetrieben.Nun ist in der Pflicht, ggüber klarzustellen, dass zwingend beachtet wird!
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Edward Snowden Mar 21
This is not an industry, it is a criminal conspiracy.
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Daniel Ellsberg Mar 8
Replying to @xychelsea @wikileaks
This is what gave to Julian Assange on , 9 years ago, aptly named "Collateral Murder. It's why she's back in jail today:
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Edward Snowden Mar 8
I agree with , and admire 's courage. Compelling sources to testify against the journalists with whom they've worked threatens the independent function of the free press in an open democracy. She must be released.
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Chelsea E. Manning Mar 7
tomorrow i’m facing a sealed contempt hearing for refusing to testify at a secret grand jury over my 2010 disclosures statement:
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Edward Snowden Mar 7
: 47 months for a lifelong carnival of criminality. Petraeus: 0 days for trading the country's highest secrets for a more favorable biography. Manning: 35 YEARS for revealing evidence of actual war crimes to the press. Your sentence derives from your proximity to power.
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Edward Snowden Mar 5
Fact check: The Senator who asked the question said "Regardless of what was going through the director’s head when he testified, failing to correct the record was a deliberate decision to lie to the American people." BTW, question was provided in advance:
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Renata Avila Mar 5
Your creditor will know where you are, all the time. With your ID, biometrics, geolocation, networks, etc. The colonised future, our modern chains.
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Edward Snowden Mar 5
Replying to @THErealDVORAK
The machine never shuts down, not truly, but the more we know about how it works, the better we can fight it. If we pretend that even our victories don't matter, we're accepting that nothing we do can ever matter. That would make us worse than our enemies.
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Edward Snowden Mar 5
I used to take a victory lap every time one of these stories came out. It felt good to see history vindicate my decision to expose the government's wrongdoing. Nowadays I just wish it hadn't taken me so long to speak up. If only I hadn't been so afraid.
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Edward Snowden Mar 5
In less than a month, the European Parliament will not only decide on a new law, but also on the future of the free and open : If you are from the European Union, get active now, go to and ask your representative to
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Edward Snowden Feb 11
Look at the numbers on this chart and tell me this series wasn't worth writing. This is quality public service journalism.
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Emilie Blachere Feb 11
L'histoire des anges gardiens de Snowden dans . Aujourd'hui, leur vie est menacée. via
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For the Refugees Feb 6
Replying to @4TheRefugees
Report above also shows Hong Kong’s acceptance rate for refugees remains well under 0.5%. That means HK accepts *effectively zero per cent* of all refugee claims. It’s a horrific system, and Snowden refugees are stuck in it. Please donate to help them:
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For the Refugees Feb 6
URGENT: Proposed changes to Hong Kong law would allow refugees to be deported before their cases are even heard. HK could immediately deport the Snowden refugees despite their pending appeals. Please donate to help get them out at .
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Emilie Blachere Feb 11
Hong Kong envisage de modifier les lois sur l'immigration, les "réfugiés de Snowden" pourraient être renvoyés immédiatement dans leur pays où leur vie est menacée.
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Edward Snowden Feb 11
I don't do endorsement deals because I am old-fashioned, but is the only messenger I use these days. It's not perfect, but it's closer than anything else in the mobile space--for now.
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