Tag Archives: Edward Snowden
“It is impossible to overstate the dangerous precedent Mr. Assange’s indictment under the Espionage Act and possible extradition sets: Every national security journalist who reports on classified information now faces possible Espionage Act charges” nationally and internationally.
DN!: “Financial Censorship Is Still Censorship”: Edward Snowden Slams Justice Dept. Lawsuit Against Him
“The White House is trying “to make the conversation not about the allegations,” …“They want to talk about the whistleblower rather than the government’s own wrongdoing.”
It’s a sham! Everyone knows it is a sham. Why is he not protected?
Julian Assange and WikiLeaks, Journalism on trial, Scahill, Hedges, Pilger and more: the charges, the defense, what you can do
Several articles are posted here. Click on the each title or video to read/see the full article. +++ On Contact: Chris Hedges interviews Kristinn Hrafnsson, Editor-in-Chief of WikiLeaks Assange charges and extradition: A political question and an attack on the foundation of democracy Chris Hedges discusses the US extradition request for Julian Assange with WikiLeaks […]
First Julian. Then us.
Donald J. Trump: Nobody disobeys my orders.
Throughout its history, the Espionage Act has been used as a weapon to attack free speech and dissent.
We’re still seeing the Espionage Act used to kill free speech on a regular basis today, just over a century since its passage into law.
Assange is on his own. Each day is more difficult for him. This is by design. It is up to us to protest. We are his last hope, and the last hope, I fear, for a free press.
And this gets to the central crux of your question, which is: can any president oppose this? The answer is certainly.
Singer has slipped secret, poisoned dossiers to media outlets to destroy the reputations of elected officials from Argentina to the Congo — all to make another billion.
It wasn’t just Republicans, Democrats also voted to shut down debate on Trump administration’s surveillance powers
Restriction aside, critics have said the bill does more harm than good because it codifies a legally questionable practice into law.
[Snowden] illustrates how the innards of every phone can act as pathways through which institutions can track your every move.
Democracy is not an inheritance but our challenge.
Snowden: any hacker can use CIA hole to break into any phone in the world.