In a bizarre turn of events, Edward Snowden is now cozying up in the White House.
The Guardian and The Washington Post won the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for publishing Edward Snowden’s reports.
Edward Snowden, the man who revealed extensive details of electronic surveillance by American, Australian and British spy agencies, warns of the dangers posed by mass surveillance in an alternative Christmas message.
About five billion mobile phone location records are logged by the National Security Agency every day, reports say.
To access some top-secret information, Edward Snowden used logins and passwords of his colleagues.
Google has accelerated its plans to encrypt the data flowing between the company’s various data centers.
As the Snowden’s Russian lawyer says, an “exhausted” National Security Agency leaker will have his own choice of accommodation, has no current plans to leave Russia, and still misses his girlfriend.
Edward Snowden was granted one-year asylum in Russia.
Edward Snowden controls the information that could turned into the United States’ “worst nightmare” if went viral, a Guardian journalist says.
On Friday, the presidents of Venezuela and Nicaragua, Nicolas Maduro & Daniel Ortega, offered asylum to US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden.
Tensions between China and the United States are growing as the latter accusing China of facilitating the flight of Edward Snowden.
The head of the National Security Agency said that extensive U.S. surveillance efforts had helped stop “dozens” of possible attacks.
The Guardian revealed the identity of the whistleblower who is responsible for providing the paper with top-secret documents that revealed the National Security Agency’s secret surveillance programs.