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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 retweeted
Freedom of the Press Nov 7
Replying to @FreedomofPress
In less than two years, Sessions' Justice Department has brought charges against at least five alleged sources of journalists and investigated dozens more. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is an enemy of civil liberties, and has done extreme damage to press freedom. Good riddance.
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Edward Snowden retweeted
Freedom of the Press Nov 7
Join us this weekend in San Francisco to hack on and celebrate the life of computer scientist, digital rights activist, and friend Aaron Swartz
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Edward Snowden Nov 8
Replying to @janinegibson
Should've been the first red flag, right?
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Edward Snowden retweeted
PRI's The World Nov 2
Replying to @pritheworld
6/ “...Jamal and [Abdulaziz] were planning for many many months activities around social media activism and [Abdulaziz] was very afraid that the surveillance on his device could have contributed to [Jamal’s] disappearance,” said Deibert.
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Edward Snowden retweeted
PRI's The World Nov 2
Replying to @pritheworld
5/ Abdulaziz told Deibert he was worried because he had been in touch with Jamal Khashoggi. Like Khashoggi, Omar Abdulaziz is an outspoken critic of the Saudi government.
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Edward Snowden retweeted
PRI's The World Nov 2
Replying to @RonDeibert @citizenlab
3/ Ronald Deibert (), who heads , says Abdulaziz’s iPhone was infected with Pegasus spyware which gave the Saudi government complete access to the contents of calls, encrypted messages, and documents.
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Edward Snowden retweeted
Citizen Lab Oct 1
NEW REPORT: The Kingdom Came to Canada: How Saudi-Linked Digital Espionage Reached Canadian Soil
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Edward Snowden retweeted
Liberty Nov 8
In 2013, blew the whislte and revealed GCHQ had been secretly spying on millions of people. Since then, Liberty's led landmark challenges to UK surveillance. But we've been campaigning for our privacy and data protection for decades
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Edward Snowden Nov 8
There are false reports going around that I endorsed something called "Iron Chat," based on a fraudulent marketing by the company. For the record, I've never done a paid endorsement of any kind, and the projects I endorse tend to be free, like , , & .
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Edward Snowden Oct 14
Replying to @tweetsbutbad
Garden of Words > 5cm > Your Name
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Edward Snowden Oct 14
Want to make a difference? Here's your chance.
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Riana Pfefferkorn Oct 2
But sure, give the police an encryption backdoor guaranteeing access to everything on your phone and every message you send.
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Micah Lee Oct 3
I'd love Android VMs directly in Qubes because I could: - use Signal, Wire, etc. on my computer without having to use electron - use mobile apps anonymously (set netvm to sys-whonix) without relying on Orbot/OpenVPN Connect - have as many compartmentalized Androids as I want
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Edward Snowden Oct 3
For my infosec peeps, if you aren't already following this guy, here are two good reasons to change your mind:
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Edward Snowden Oct 3
Replying to @Snowden
The same centralized infrastructure that lets them send something to everyone enables them to read anything from anyone. Curious about how such surveillance works? Read more:
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Edward Snowden Oct 3
All our lives dangle at the end of a wire. Ask yourself: who controls it? How else might it be used?
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Edward Snowden Sep 25
What an honor to recognize the work of Malkia Cyril (), the Center for and the movement for a better world. Rights come from fights, ones you can't win until you stand up. In her, we've got a champion.
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Edward Snowden retweeted
Freedom of the Press Sep 25
Our friends at —the best NGO in the UK advocating for the privacy rights of everyone—revealed today that the UK government admitted to illegally violating the organization's *own* privacy.
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Edward Snowden Sep 25
Replying to @Snowden
People are like, "what kind of power?" The power to always know everything about anyone, so that you can control the outcome of anything they try to do. Sound abstract? It's your stalker ex, but with a military.
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Edward Snowden Sep 25
The UK just admitted the global mass surveillance system was used against civil society—people like you. These programs were never about crime or terrorism, they're about power. It's about control.
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