Beware Spyware Wikileaks Exposes Surveillance Industry Trackers

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Published on Sep 4, 2013

A huge new revelation from Wikileaks this hour has exposed a sweeping surveillance industry, which has been developing spyware for governments to track and control their citizens. RT was among the very few media outlets given access to the documents prior to their release.

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‘US citizen has no right to free speech?’ Double Talking State Dept Spokesperson Jen Psaki Grilled Over Snowden


Tensions are high as NSA leaker Edward Snowden officially submitted application for temporary asylum in Russia on Tuesday. After Russian and international human rights advocates and lawyers met with Snowden at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport on Friday, the US said it was disappointed in Russia for considering the whistleblowers asylum. During a daily press briefing State Department spokeswoman, Jen Psaki was given a thorough grilling on the Snowden affair by journalists, including AP’s Matthew Lee and CNN’s Elise Labott and was left lost for words at almost every turn. Continue reading

Greenwald’s partner David Miranda on his detention under terror laws – video




David Miranda, the partner of Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald, says he was questioned about his entire life after being detained for nine hours under anti-terror laws at London’s Heathrow airport. Greenwald, who met David Miranda at Rio de Janeiro’s international airport, said as a journalist he would not be silenced by this police action against his partner and vowed to publish many more spying documents. Brazil’s foreign minister says the detention was ‘unjustified’ Continue reading

Gagged for 6 Years, Nick Merrill Speaks Out on Landmark Court Struggle Against FBI’s National Security Letters

For six years, the FBI has barred a New York man from revealing that the agency had ordered him to hand over personal information about clients of his internet start-up. Finally allowed to speak, Nick Merrill joins us in his first broadcast interview to talk about how he challenged the FBI’s use of national security letters. We also speak with Connecticut librarian George Christian. He and three other librarians also sued the US government after receiving a national security letter demanding information about library patrons. [includes rush transcript]

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