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Snowden / Whistleblower Articles

  • 08-07-2017: Rachel Maddow’s exclusive “scoop” about a fake NSA document raises several key questions.  [The Intercept]
  • 08-05-2017: How to be a whistleblower.  [Lifehacker]
  • 21-03-2017: Newly obtained documents prove that key claim of Snowden's accuser is a fraud.  [The Intercept]
  • 07-02-2017: Inside the Kiwi spy probes into Edward Snowden's NSA leaks.  [NZ Herald]
  • 30-12-2016: Is an NSA contractor the next Snowden? In 2017, we hope to find out.  [Ars Technica]
  • 13-12-2016: Sharing National Security Letters with the public.  [Google]
  • 09-11-2016: Whistleblower investigative report on NSA Suite B cryptography.  [Schneier]
  • 05-11-2016: Three new scandals show how pervasive and dangerous mass surveillance is in the West.  [The Intercept]

  • 13-09-2016: Snowden explains why Obama should pardon him.  [Engadget]  [Ars Technica]
    • 18-09-2016: Op-ed: Why President Obama won’t, and shouldn’t, pardon Snowden.  [Ars Technica]
    • 18-09-2016: Washington Post throws Snowden under the bus.  [Gizmodo]
  • 10-09-2016: Recommended reading: Snowden's escape from Hong Kong.  [Engadget]  [National Post]
  • 25-06-2016: Snowden's email provider confirms was an investigation target.  [Engadget]
  • 05-06-2016: Snowden did more to raise NSA concerns than officials claimed.  [Engadget]  [Gawker]  [Schneier]  [Vice]
  • 25-04-2016: Clapper: Snowden sped up sophistication of crypto, “it’s not a good thing”.  [Ars Technica]
  • 04-04-2016: The road to Panama: a history of whistleblowers and hacks.  [Engadget]
  • 04-04-2016: A key similarity between Snowden leak and Panama papers: scandal is what’s been legalized.  [The Intercept]
  • 25-03-2016: Snowden 'more helpful than dangerous' says ex-Colin Powell aide.  [The Register]
  • 17-03-2016: A government error just revealed Snowden was the target in the Lavabit case.  [Wired]  [The Register]  [Ars Technica]  [Gizmodo]  [Engadget]
  • 04-03-2016: Snowden is a hero to the security biz – but not for the reason you'd expect.  [The Register]
  • 04-02-2016: Snowden’s chronicler reveals her own life under surveillance.  [Wired]
  • 30-10-2015: European Parliament votes to shield Snowden from extradition to US  [Ars Technica]  [Engadget]
  • 21-10-2015: WikiLeaks leaks CIA director's private emails – including his nat sec clearance dossier.  [The Register]  [HardOCP]  [ZDNet]  [Ars Technica]  [Wired]  [Engadget]  [Gizmodo]
    • 22-10-2015: CIA: Wikileaks emails release was 'malicious crime'.  [BBC News]
  • 15-10-2015: A second Snowden has leaked a mother lode of drone docs.  [Wired]
    • 16-10-2015: The Intercept's drone doc mega-leak is whistleblowing evolved.  [ExtremeTech]
  • 06-10-2015: Edward Snowden denies making a deal with the Russian secret service.  [The Register]
  • 19-09-2015: A conversation with Edward Snowden.  [HardOCP]  [StarTalk Radio]
  • 09-09-2015: Director of national intelligence: Snowden forced “needed transparency".  [Ars Technica]
  • 03-09-2015: Snowden: others get prosecuted for what Hillary Clinton did.  [Wired]
  • 01-09-2015: Snowden crocked cloud, says VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger.  [The Register]
  • 30-07-2015: After publishing secret spy docs, German new site investigated for treason.  [Ars Technica]  [The Register]
    • 03-08-2015: Germany pauses treason investigation into Netzpolitik.org journalists.  [Ars Technica]  [BBC News]
    • 04-08-2015: German prosecutor sacked over Netzpolitik treason probe.  [BBC News]  [The Register]
    • 10-08-2015: Germany formally drops ‘treason’ case against Netzpolitik journalists.  [The Register]
  • 29-07-2015: White House won’t pardon Snowden.  [Ars Technica]  [The Register]  [HardOCP]  [Gizmodo]
  • 14-07-2015: Why was Oscar-winning Snowden documentarian detained 50+ times in US airports?  [Ars Technica]  [The Register]
    • 18-07-2015: Laura Poitras is suing the government.  [Wired]
  • 18-06-2015: 'No evidence' Snowden was working for foreign power says ex-NSA boss.  [The Register]
  • 15-06-2015: You're right to be skeptical over Sunday Times Snowden story.  [Graham Cluley]
  • 05-06-2015: Amnesty International: Snowden should be pardoned.  [The Register]
  • 05-06-2015: Edward Snowden looks back, two years after NSA leaks started.  [Engadget]  [BoingBoing]  [NYT]
  • 05-06-2015: Why did Snowden swipe 900k+ US DoD files?  [The Register]
  • 03-06-2015: Federal judge probes destruction of evidence in prosecution of NSA whistleblower Thomas Drake.  [BoingBoing]  [McClatchyDC]
  • 30-05-2015: Steve Wozniak calls Edward Snowden a 'total hero'.  [HardOCP]  [Yahoo]
  • 18-05-2015: US officials leak information about the ISIS raid that’s more sensitive than anything Snowden ever leaked.  [BoingBoing]
  • 12-05-2015: Convicted CIA whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling speaks in new documentary 'The Invisible Man'.  [BoingBoing]
  • 11-05-2015: Snowden vindicated.  [BoingBoing]  [The Atlantic]
  • 09-05-2015: Did the judge who ruled NSA phone dragnet illegal call Snowden a whistleblower?  [Ars Technica]
  • 08-05-2015: Snowden: court ruling against NSA surveillance 'encouraging'.  [Engadget]
  • 08-05-2015: Google executives talk Snowden and NSA backdoors during AMA.  [Engadget]
  • 01-05-2015: WikiLeaks just started accepting secrets again.  [Gizmodo]  [Wired]  [HardOCP]
  • 29-04-2015: Translation: once they learn the truth, techies hate and fear us.  [BoingBoing]  [Wired]
  • 23-04-2015: Petraeus receives no jail time for leaking -- whistleblowers face decades in jail.  [BoingBoing]
    • 25-04-2015: Former CIA head’s no-jail sentence for leaking called “gross hypocrisy".  [Ars Technica]
    • 28-04-2015: Who supported leniency for former CIA chief David Petraeus in leaks case?  [Ars Technica]
  • 20-04-2015: Counting the US intelligence community leakers.  [Schneier]
  • 16-04-2015: Most government whistleblower hotlines don't even use HTTPS.  [Gizmodo]  [ACLU PDF]  [The Register]
  • 28-03-2015: DoD security clearances are down 15 percent since the Snowden leaks.  [Gizmodo]
  • 23-03-2015: Snowden should be allowed a public interest defense, say European lawmakers.  [Ars Technica]
  • 03-03-2015: Snowden says he'll face trial in the US.  [BoingBoing]  [Yahoo News]  [The Register]  [Engadget]
    • 04-03-2015: The "Snowden is ready to come home" story: a case study in typical media deceit.  [The Intercept]
  • 25-02-2015: The government refuses to prove Snowden damaged national security.  [Gizmodo]
  • 24-02-2015: Laura Poitras's Citizenfour OPSEC.  [BoingBoing]  [Wired]
  • 24-02-2015: I wish I'd leaked sooner says Edward Snowden.  [The Register]  [Graham Cluley]
  • 26-01-2015: CIA whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling convicted of espionage in NYT leak case.  [BoingBoing]  [AP]  [NYT]  [Washington Post]
  • 23-01-2015: My conversation with Edward Snowden.  [Schneier]  [YouTube]
  • 08-01-2015: Snowden: US has put too much emphasis on cyber-offense, needs defense.  [Ars Technica]  [Gizmodo]  [PBS]
  • 06-01-2015: Snowden leaks lack context says security studies professor.  [The Register]
  • 01-01-2015: Citizenfour: all it's cracked up to be and more.  [BoingBoing]
  • 16-12-2014: Two years before Snowden, Barrett Brown on why reporters should be covering intel contractors.  [BoingBoing]
  • 15-12-2014: Over 700 million people have taken steps to improve privacy since Snowden.  [BoingBoing]  [Schneier]  [CIGI]  [BBC News]
  • 12-12-2014: German high court dismisses lawmakers’ bid to get Snowden to testify.  [Ars Technica]
  • 06-12-2014: The internet is less free than last year. Thanks a bunch, Snowden.  [The Register]
  • 28-11-2014: Edward Snowden: best security educator ever.  [The Register]
  • 14-11-2014: Only 5% of Americans unaware of government surveillance programs in post-Snowden era.  [DC Knowledge]
  • 11-11-2014: Laura Poitras on “Citizenfour,” and first contact with Edward Snowden.  [BoingBoing]  [Vogue]
  • 05-11-2014: Why Laura Poitras doesn't want more whistleblowers.  [Gizmodo]
  • 04-11-2014: 'Citizenfour' offers a fascinating, narrow view of Edward Snowden's NSA leaks.  [Engadget]
  • 26-10-2014: Edward Snowden interviewed by Lawrence Lessig.  [BoingBoing]
  • 17-10-2014: Citizenfour – Edward Snowden documentary.  [Graham Cluley]  [Ars Technica]  [The Register]
  • 17-10-2014: New Zealand police raided home of reporter working on Snowden documents. Here's how you can support his defense.  [BoingBoing]
  • 15-10-2014: Laura Poitras on the crypto tools that made her Snowden film possible.  [Wired]
  • 15-10-2014: Obama administration has secured 526 months of jail time for leakers.  [BoingBoing]  [ACLU]
  • 13-10-2014: These are the emails Snowden sent to first introduce his epic NSA leaks.  [Wired]
  • 11-10-2014: Laura Poitras's Citizenfour: the real story of Edward Snowden.  [BoingBoing]  [Hollywood Reporter]  [Engadget]  [Gizmodo]  [The Guardian]
    • 11-10-2014: The Laura Poitras film on Snowden shows that only government transparency will stop leaks.  [BoingBoing]
  • 19-07-2014: Edward Snowden plans to work on privacy tech.  [reCode]  [Stuff]  [BoingBoing]  [Reuters]  [The Register]  [DailyTech]
  • 14-07-2014: Snowden: #DRIP "defies belief," could have been dreamed up by NSA.  [BoingBoing]  [The Guardian]
  • 09-07-2014: Snowden seeks Russian asylum extension.  [The Register]
  • 01-07-2014: NSA flip-flops on Snowden leaks, from hyperbolic to “measured” response.  [Ars Technica]
    • 01-07-2014: New NSA boss plays down impact of Snowden leaks.  [The Register]
    • 01-07-2014: NSA chief says terrorists are changing their behavior thanks to Snowden leaks.  [BGR]
  • 29-06-2014: New NSA chief calls damage from Snowden leaks manageable.  [NYT]
  • 24-06-2014: Snowden defends mega spy blab: 'Public affairs have to be known by the public'.  [The Register]
  • 19-06-2014: Snowden's helping public clouds says VMware hybrid head.  [The Register]
  • 13-06-2014: CIA rendition jet was waiting in Europe to snatch Snowden.  [The Register]  [Washington Post]
  • 06-06-2014: NSA whistleblower Thomas Drake to appear at HOPE NYC.  [BoingBoing]  [Hope]
  • 05-06-2014: Andreessen: Snowden a 'traitor'.  [CNBC]  [The Register]  [HardOCP]  [cNet]
  • 04-06-2014: Edward Snowden wins EPIC "Champion of Freedom" award.  [Schneier]
  • 02-06-2014: Snowden, one year after: now we know the NSA's secrets.  [BoingBoing]  [ACLU]
  • 30-05-2014: Majority of Americans think Snowden was right to leak.  [BoingBoing]
  • 29-05-2014: Snowden never blew a whistle, US spy boss claims.  [The Register]
  • 28-05-2014: Eben Moglen on Snowden and sxurveillance.  [Schneier]  [The Guardian]
  • 27-05-2014: Edward Snowden claims he was a spy in interview.  [Gizmodo]  [Stuff]  [Engadget]  [BoingBoing]  [PacketU]
    • 28-05-2014: Edward Snowden wants to know if he's hurt you.  [Gizmodo]
    • 29-05-2014: In NBC interview, Snowden says NSA watches our digital thoughts develop.  [Ars Technica]
    • 29-05-2014: Snowden denies relationship with Russia.  [Stuff]
    • 29-05-2014: Edward Snowden tells Brian Williams he’d like to go home.  [Ars Technica]  [Wired]
    • 29-05-2014: Snowden reveals his motives, spy training, and patriotism in first US interview.  [ExtremeTech]  [NBC News]
    • 30-05-2014: Snowden complained about mass surveillance tactics to his NSA masters.  [Ars Technica]
      • 30-05-2014: NSA can't find any emails from Snowden, then it can.  [BoingBoing]
      • 30-05-2014: NSA releases Snowden email, says he raised no concerns about spying.  [Wired]  [Engadget]
      • 30-05-2014: Snowden shoots back: 'So you DO have my emails, after all'.  [The Register]
  • 27-05-2014: Snowden: from zero to exiled zero in 90 days.  [HardOCP]  [ZDNet]
  • 21-05-2014: Snowden’s first move against the NSA was a party in Hawaii.  [Wired]  [BoingBoing]  [Gizmodo]
  • 16-05-2014: The lie about Edward Snowden that just won't die.  [BoingBoing]
  • 13-05-2014: Glenn Greenwald’s pulse-pounding tale of breaking the Snowden leaks.  [Wired]  [BoingBoing]
    • 28-05-2014: Greenwald's "No Place to Hide": a compelling, vital narrative about official criminality.  [BoingBoing]
  • 10-04-2014: Snowden lawyer PGP email 'crack' flap: What REALLY happened?  [The Register]
  • 20-03-2014: NSA deputy director: 'always room' to discuss amnesty for Snowden.  [Wired]
  • 20-03-2014: 'Arrogant' Snowden putting lives at risk, says NSA's deputy spyboss.  [The Register]
  • 11-03-2014: Snowden outlines spy movements.  [Stuff]
  • 11-03-2014: Snowden: US helped create loopholes in NZ law.  [NZ Herald]
  • 11-03-2014: Snowden: I have no regrets over leaks.  [NZ Herald]
  • 10-03-2014: Edward Snowden urges SXSW crowd to thwart NSA with technology.  [Wired]
  • 10-03-2014: Snowden: keep their hands off our data.  [ReadWriteWeb]  [The Register]
  • 10-03-2014: Snowden: surveillance is 'setting fire' to the internet.  [BBC News]  [BBC News Video]  [Ars Technica]
  • 08-03-2014: Snowden still wants EU asylum, but it almost certainly won’t happen.  [Ars Technica]
  • 07-03-2014: Edward Snowden's magnificent testimony to the EU.  [BoingBoing]  [D66 PDF]
  • 15-02-2014: Petition to grant Edward Snowden clemency launched.  [HardOCP]  [The Verge]
  • 12-02-2014: Edward Snowden got a bunch of NSA info by stealing a coworker's password.  [Gizmodo]  [HardOCP]  [cNet]  [BGR]
  • 08-02-2014: Snowden used low-cost tool to best NSA.  [NYT]  [Engadget]  [The Register]  [DailyTech]
    • 11-02-2014: NSA let Snowden crawl all over its intranet unchecked.  [Ars Technica]
  • 05-04-2014: Senior Congressman calls Greenwald a “thief” who sold NSA documents.  [Ars Technica]
  • 29-01-2014: Snowden nominated for Nobel peace prize.  [HardOCP]  [cNet]  [Stuff]  [BoingBoing]  [Washington Post]
  • 27-01-2014: Obama administration promises to "engage" Snowden if he stops leaking.  [DailyTech]
  • 26-01-2014: Snowden considers return to the US.  [HardOCP]  [Ars Technica]
  • 24-01-2014: Snowden: laws aren't enough to stop spying, we need technology that keeps our secrets.  [BoingBoing]  [Free Snowden]
  • 24-01-2014: Snowden's Russian asylum extended.  [BoingBoing]  [CNN]
  • 24-01-2014: Snowden considers returning to the US, and the “permanent record”.  [Ars Technica]
  • 24-01-2014: Snowden denies stealing passwords to files.  [Stuff]
  • 24-01-2014: Snowden speaks: NSA spies create 'databases of ruin' on innocent folks.  [The Register]
  • 23-01-2014: Snowden: 'No chance' of a fair US trial.  [BBC News]
  • 23-01-2014: Snowden: 'Not all spying bad' but NSA program 'divorced from reason'.  [cNet]
  • 23-01-2014: Snowden, in rare interview, denies all accusations of help from Moscow.  [Ars Technica]
  • 21-01-2014: Snowden responds to US politicians' spy claims: 'Spies get treated better than that'.  [BoingBoing]  [The New Yorker]
  • 01-01-2014: Edward Snowden, whistleblower.  [NYT]  [BoingBoing]
  • 25-10-2013: Snowden rebuts Feinstein’s statement that NSA spying “is not surveillance”.  [Ars Technica]
  • 18-10-2013: Snowden's CIA career taught him that going through channels achieved nothing.  [BoingBoing]  [NYT]
  • 18-10-2013: Snowden breaks silence to insist he didn’t help foreign agents.  [Ars Technica]
  • 18-10-2013: Snowden: 'I have data on EVERY NSA operation against China'.  [The Register]
  • 14-10-2013: Snowden: US lets NSA liars go; stops at nothing to bust those who tell the truth.  [BoingBoing]  [TechDirt]
  • 11-10-2013: Laptops Snowden took to Hong Kong, Russia were a 'diversion'.  [Reuters]
  • 10-10-2013: CIA warning on Snowden in 2009 said to slip through the cracks.  [NYT]  [Ars Technica]  [Gizmodo]
    • 14-10-2013: CIA dismissed Snowden after suspecting him of internal hacking.  [DailyTech]
  • 09-10-2013: The Guardian to publish more Snowden intelligence revelations.  [BBC News]
  • 04-10-2013: Ex-NSA chief jokes about putting Snowden on a hit list, advocates “targeted killings”.  [Ars Technica]  [BoingBoing]
  • 01-10-2013: Snowden short-listed for European rights prize.  [Stuff]
  • 01-10-2013: Snowden says his “sole intention” was to prompt national security debate.  [Ars Technica]
  • 13-09-2013: Reporter talks about what it was like working with Snowden.  [Ars Technica]
  • 30-08-2013: Snowden leak: an intelligence contractor costs ten times as much as a bureaucrat.  [DailyTech]
  • 30-08-2013: Opsec details of Snowden meeting with Greenwald and Poitras.  [Schneier]
  • 27-08-2013: Snowden is great news for hybrid cloud, says VMware.  [The Register]
  • 26-08-2013: How Snowden did it.  [NBC News]
  • 26-08-2013: Snowden ended up stuck in Russia because US pressured Cuba to block entry.  [BoingBoing]  [RT]
  • 22-08-2013: Susan Landau article on Snowden documents.  [Schneier]  [Computer: PDF]
  • 20-08-2013: US doesn't know what Snowden took, sources say.  [NBC]
  • 17-08-2013: Ars Technicast, Ep. 32: NSA, Snowden, and why Lavabit had to go down.  [Ars Technica]
  • 17-08-2013: US gov’t: Snowden also took secret docs while working at Dell in April 2012.  [Ars Technica]  [Gizmodo]  [Reuters]
  • 13-08-2013: When Poitras met Snowden.  [BoingBoing]
  • 13-08-2013: Snowden: any unencrypted message goes to every intelligence service.  [Gizmodo]  [NYT]
  • 11-08-2013: Opinion: Edward Snowden is a patriot.  [BoingBoing]  [Politico]
  • 07-08-2013: 'Look, give us Snowden' - this Friday's top US-Russia talks revealed.  [The Register]
  • 07-08-2013: Obama cancels meeting Putin in Russia, says Snowden 'a factor'.  [The Register]
  • 06-08-2013: US Senate IP address linked to Snowden Wikipedia change from "dissident" to "traitor".  [BoingBoing]  [TechDirt]
  • 04-08-2013: Grand jury probes firm that cleared Snowden.  [WSJ ATD]
  • 01-08-2013: Edward Snowden leaves Moscow airport.  [BBC News]  [The Register]  [Ars Technica]  [Wired]  [Engadget]
  • 31-07-2013: Edward Snowden's father: 'He should stay in Russia'.  [BBC News]
  • 26-07-2013: Putin reiterates no-extradite claim as FSB and FBI said to be in talks over Snowden.  [BoingBoing]  [Reuters]
  • 25-07-2013: Which three Russian authors did Edward Snowden's lawyer place on his reading list?  [BoingBoing]
  • 24-07-2013: One month on, Edward Snowden cleared to leave Moscow airport.  [The Register]
    • 25-07-2013: Update: NSA leaker Snowden (not yet) granted entry to Russia.  [Ars Technica]
  • 24-07-2013: Michael Hayden on the effects of Snowden's whistleblowing.  [Schneier]  [CNN]  [CNN]
  • 22-07-2013: Edward Snowden hopes to leave Moscow airport this week, says his lawyer.  [BoingBoing]
  • 22-07-2013: Prosecuting Snowden.  [Schneier]  [Lawfare]
  • 16-07-2013: Snowden's contingency: 'dead man's switch' borrows from Cold War, WikiLeaks.  [Wired]  [Schneier]
  • 16-07-2013: Airport as a homeland: Snowden.  [BoingBoing]
  • 13-07-2013: Edward Snowden's yet-unleaked leaks could be USA's 'worst nightmare,' says Glenn Greenwald.  [BoingBoing]
  • 12-07-2013: Edward Snowden's statement on seeking asylum in Russia, as published by Wikileaks.  [BoingBoing]  [The Register]  [Stuff]
    • 12-07-2013: Edward Snowden speaks at Moscow airport, seeks Russia asylum en route to Latin America.  [BoingBoing]  [Ars Technica]
    • 12-07-2013: Video from Edward Snowden's statement in Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport.  [BoingBoing]
    • 13-07-2013: Snowden renews Russia asylum plea, en route to South America: a recap, with audio and video.  [BoingBoing]
  • 12-07-2013: So apparently, Edward Snowden uses security-focused email service Lavabit.  [BoingBoing]
  • 12-07-2013: NSA’s Snowden review focuses on possible access to China espionage files, officials say.  [Washington Post]
  • 09-07-2013: Second part of Edward Snowden interview repeats accusation that Apple, other tech companies grant the NSA access to private data.  [iMore]
  • 09-07-2013: Snowden blunts US push to curb cyber theft.  [Stuff]
  • 09-07-2013: Snowden's Australian "revelations" are old news.  [The Register]
  • 08-07-2013: Edward Snowden: 'The US government will say I aided our enemies' – video interview.  [The Guardian]
  • 08-07-2013: US public hate Snowden - but sexpot spy Anna Chapman LOVES him.  [The Register]
  • 08-07-2013: Snowden: US and Israel did create Stuxnet attack code.  [The Register]
  • 08-07-2013: Daniel Ellsberg: NSA leaker Snowden was right to flee the US.  [BoingBoing]  [Washington Post]
  • 08-07-2013: Snowden interviewed on NSA spying program by Laura Poitras, Jacob Appelbaum.  [BoingBoing]  [Der Spiegel]
  • 08-07-2013: Snowden and Venezuela: My bizarre experience in the surveillance state.  [BoingBoing]
  • 06-07-2013: Snowden offered asylum by Bolivia, Nicaragua and Venezuela.  [NZ Herald]  [WSJ ATD]  [Engadget]  [BoingBoing]  [BBC News]
    • 09-07-2013: Snowden accepts Venezuela's offer of asylum, tweets (then deletes) senior Russian politician.  [BoingBoing]
  • 05-07-2013: Iceland denies Snowden's plea for citizenship.  [BoingBoing]  [Reuters]
  • 04-07-2013: Patriot hacker 'The Jester' attacks nations offering Snowden help.  [The Register]
  • 03-07-2013: CIA whistleblower John Kiriakou has advice for NSA leaker Edward Snowden.  [BoingBoing]  [The Dissenter]
  • 03-07-2013: Snowden should seek asylum in the one place safe from US prosecution: Wall Street.  [BoingBoing]
  • 03-07-2013: UN's Ban Ki-Moon condemns Snowden's digital "misuse".  [BoingBoing]  [The Guardian]
  • 03-07-2013: An open letter from Edward Snowden's father, to his son.  [BoingBoing]  [The Guardian]
  • 03-07-2013: US DoD censors Snowden story.  [Schneier]  [USNews]  [Huffington Post]
  • 02-07-2013: Bolivian President's plane diverted on flight from Russia over suspicions Snowden was on board.  [BoingBoing]  [Ars Technica]  [The Register]
    • 03-07-2013: The great Bolivian plane landing mystery, starring Evo Morales and Edward Snowden.  [BoingBoing]
  • 02-07-2013: Snowden speaks from Moscos: 'Obama lies'.  [The Register]
  • 01-07-2013: Snowden has applied to 15 countries for political asylum.  [BoingBoing]
    • 01-07-2013: Ecuador president: Snowden can't leave Moscow.  [BoingBoing]  [AP]
    • 02-07-2013: Snowden accuses Obama of blocking asylum requests.  [BBC News]  [Ars Technica]
  • 01-07-2013: NSA leaker Edward Snowden asks Russia for asylum, issues statement via Wikileaks.  [BoingBoing]
  • 29-06-2013: Ecuador: Snowden travel doc issued from London embassy “has no validity".  [Ars Technica]
  • 28-06-2013: Exclusive: Snowden and me -- true Moscow story of open data hero.  [The Register]
  • 28-06-2013: Who's leaking more: Snowden or the officials condemning him?  [BoingBoing]  [FotPF]
  • 28-06-2013: On Snowden coverage, and how netsec smears the messengers.  [BoingBoing]  [Reuters]
  • 28-06-2013: Edward Snowden's father proposes return conditions.  [BBC News]
  • 27-06-2013: Obama says US won't scramble jets or twist arms for Snowden.  [The Register]
  • 27-06-2013: We need to talk about Edward.  [Stuff]
  • 27-06-2013: In 2009, Ed Snowden said leakers “should be shot.” Then he became one.  [Ars Technica]
  • 25-06-2013: Snowden's got an encrypted insurance file.  [BoingBoing]  [The Daily Beast]  [Ars Technica]
  • 25-06-2013: Snowden spycraft: a fridge is a Faraday cage.  [BoingBoing]  [NYT]
    • 26-06-2013: Can a refrigerator function as a Faraday Cage?  [BoingBoing]  [Make]
  • 25-06-2013: NYT columnist on Snowden story: I'd "almost arrest" Greenwald; NBC host: he "aided and abetted".  [BoingBoing]
  • 25-06-2013: Petition to pardon Snowden at whitehouse.gov.  [BoingBoing]  [whitehouse.gov]
  • 24-06-2013: Edward Snowden tells South China Morning Post he took Booz Allen job to collect NSA information.  [Engadget]
  • 24-06-2013: Snowden's passport revoked.  [BoingBoing]  [Detroit News]
  • 24-06-2013: Why isn't "Snowden" trending on Twitter?  [BoingBoing]  [PasteBin]
  • 22-06-2013: 'Pardon Edward Snowden' petition reaches 100k threshold.  [HardOCP]  [Mashable]
  • 22-06-2013: US charges Snowden with espionage.  [Washington Post]  [Ars Technica]  [Engadget]
  • 21-06-2013: US DoJ: Happy b-day, Ed Snowden! You're (not?) charged with capital crimes.  [The Register]
  • 20-06-2013: Private jet to Iceland awaits Edward Snowden.  [BoingBoing]  [Huffington Post]
  • 18-06-2013: Snowden in online chat: NSA analysts can get anything they want.  [Ars Technica]
  • 17-06-2013: Snowden says 'the truth is coming', but when will we see the rest of his evidence?  [The Verge]  [Gizmodo]
  • 17-06-2013: NSA whistleblower to tech firms, Obama: grow a pair!  [The Register]
  • 17-06-2013: NSA leaker Snowden says tech PRISM denials were misleading.  [WSJ ATD]  [BoingBoing]  [The Guardian]
  • 15-06-2013: NYT profiles NSA leaker Edward Snowden.  [BoingBoing]  [NYT]
  • 15-06-2013: So now that Snowden may blab US secrets to China, do you stillthink he's a hero?  [Business Insider AU]
  • 15-06-2013: Snowden: classified US data shows Hong Kong hacking targets.  [SCMP]
  • 14-06-2013: Our top-secret message to Edward Snowden.  [Wired]  [BoingBoing]
  • 14-06-2013: UK: Snowden not welcome here.  [BoingBoing]  [USA Today]
  • 14-06-2013: NSA leak inquiry to explore whether Snowden had China tie.  [Bloomberg]
  • 13-06-2013: Snowden: cheeky teen into anime.  [Stuff]
  • 13-06-2013: Hong Kong to handle NSA leaker extradition based on law.  [Bloomberg]
  • 13-06-2013: NSA leaker Ed Snowden's life on Ars Technica.  [Ars Technica]  [BoingBoing]
  • 13-06-2013: Whistleblower Snowden tells SCMP: let Hong Kong decide my fate.  [South China Morning Post]
  • 13-06-2013: Spy 'shy with strong convictions'.  [NZ Herald]
  • 12-06-2013: Feds hunted for Snowden in days before NSA programmes went public.  [Reuters]
  • 12-06-2013: What some former CIA spies say they'd do to evade capture if they were Snowden.  [BoingBoing]  [AndMagazine]
  • 12-06-2013: Jack Shafer: Edward Snowden and the selective targeting of leaks.  [BoingBoing]  [Reuters]
  • 12-06-2013: Snowden resurfaces to say US hacked hundreds in Hong Kong and China.  [Wired]
  • 12-06-2013: Edward Snowden talks to the South China Morning Post.  [BoingBoing]
  • 12-06-2013: Prosecuting Snowden.  [Schneier]
  • 12-06-2013: US whistleblower Edward Snowden 'will fight extradition'.  [BBC News]
  • 12-06-2013: US leaker Snowden is a traitor, says John Boehner.  [BBC News]
  • 11-06-2013: PRISM leaker Edward Snowden fired.  [ReadWriteWeb]
  • 10-06-2013: Edward Snowden: saving us from the United Stasi of America.  [The Guardian]
  • 10-06-2013: Hong Kong seen as likely to extradite leaker if US asks.  [NYT]
  • 10-06-2013: Code name "Verax": Snowden made clear he knew risks.  [Washington Post]
  • 09-06-2013: Edward Snowden's choice of Hong Kong has haven is high-stakes gamble.  [The Guardian]
  • 09-06-2013: The whistleblower.  [WSJ ATD]
  • 09-06-2013: NSA whistleblower goes public.  [BoingBoing]  [Engadget]  [Gizmodo]  [The Guardian]  [Ars Technica]  [TechCrunch]  [Business Insider]  [Wired]  [ReadWriteWeb]  [HardOCP]
  • 06-04-2006: Wiretap whistle-blower's account.  [Wired]


Useful Articles

  • Tainted leaks.  [Schneier]  [Citizen Lab]
  • What is password hashing?  [Wired]
  • This map tracks where governments hack activists and reporters.  [Wired]
  • Why firmware is so vulnerable to hacking, and what can be done about it.  [Wired]
  • Analysis of leaked logs from Syria's censoring national firewall.  [BoingBoing]  [TechDirt]  [The Register]
  • Censoring the web isn't the solution to terrorism -- it's the problem.  [Gizmodo]
  • Who is out there waiting to spy on you or steal your data?  [The Register]
  • We post nothing about our daughter online.  [NZ Herald]
  • See how secure most messaging systems are with this scorecard.  [Lifehacker]  [EFF]
  • Opsec, Snowden style.  [BoingBoing]  [The Intercept]
  • If you think you've anonymized a data set, you're probably wrong.  [BoingBoing]  [Neustar]
  • Surveillance in schools.  [Schneier]  [Model View Culture]
  • Even a golden key can be stolen: inside Apple’s encryption decision.  [Gizmodo]
  • Glenn Greenwald explains privacy.  [BoingBoing]  [Lifehacker]
  • Keeping your digital life safe in the age of surveillance.  [Engadget]
  • Privacy and security -- five objectives.  [Geoff Huston]
  • Seven persuasion tactics repeatedly used by scammers.  [Lifehacker]  [UoC PDF]
  • Nova's cybersecurity lab shows how tricky data security really is.  [Lifehacker]  [Nova Labs]
  • The start-to-finish guide to securing your cloud storage.  [Lifehacker]
  • Horizon: The defenders of anonymity on the internet.  [BBC News]
  • Tor: explaining the web browser that hides its tracks.  [BBC News]
  • Interactive map of global Internet censorship.  [BGR]  [IVPN]
  • The show that warned us Enemy of the State was a documentary.  [Gizmodo]
  • How to protect your data before your phone gets stolen.  [Gizmodo]
  • How secret societies stay hidden on the Internet.  [HardOCP]  [The Atlantic]
  • How your security system could be used to spy on you.  [Forbes]
  • Do you search differently since Snowden?  [Gizmodo]  [SSRN]
  • Sharing secret files more safely: some questions to ask yourself.  [Collaborista]
  • How to delete Facebook from your life.  [Stuff]
  • Remove location data from your photos before sharing them.  [Gizmodo]
  • This tool boosts your privacy by opening your WiFi to strangers.  [Wired]
  • The democratization of surveillance.  [Schneier]  [MarketWatch]
  • How to be completely anonymous online.  [BGR]  [Wired]
    • How to disappear (almost) completely: the illusion of privacy.  [Engadget: part 1part 2part 3]
  • Tor is for everyone: why you should use Tor.  [HardOCP]  [Gizmodo]
  • Censorship in China.  [Schneier]  [Network World]
  • What anyone can learn from your Internet traffic.  [HardOCP]  [Ars Technica]
  • Snowden's Big Brother isn't as Orwellian as you'd think.  [The Register]
  • Resistance is futile: Apple and Google are going to track your location no matter what.  [ReadWriteWeb]
  • How to talk to your children about mass surveillance.  [BoingBoing]
  • Engineering our way out of mass surveillance.  [BoingBoing]  [Smari McCarthy]
  • We need to rethink how we fight for privacy.  [Lifehacker]
  • Privacy vs network effects.  [BoingBoing]
  • The economics of bulk surveillance.  [Schneier]  [Light Blue Touchpaper]
  • Peter Watts on the harms of surveillance.  [Schneier]  [Rifters]
  • Secrets, lies and Snowden's email: why I was forced to shut down Lavabit.  [The Guardian]
  • Espionage vs surveillance.  [Schneier]
  • You are a Gmail user.  [BoingBoing]  [CopyRighteous]
  • Surprise -- your personal data is not so personal.  [ReadWriteWeb]
  • Against the instrumental argument for surveillance.  [BoingBoing]  [The Guardian]
  • Tor: network security for domestic abuse survivors.  [BoingBoing]
  • Fearing Google.  [Schneier]  [Mathias Döpfner]
  • The quantified toilet hoax -- the difference between public surveillance and private self-surveillance.  [Schneier]  [The Atlantic]  [Quantified Toilets]
  • Is Google too big to trust?  [Schneier]  [InfoWorld]
  • The ultimate guide to staying anonymous and protecting your privacy online.  [ExtremeTech]
  • The allure of the anonymous internet.  [Engadget]
  • Try the super-secure USB drive OS that Edward Snowden insists on using.  [Gizmodo]  [Engadget]  [Schneier]  [Wired]
  • How advertising cookies let observers follow you across the web.  [The Verge]
  • Ephemeral apps.  [Schneier]
  • The continuing public/private surveillance partnership.  [Schneier]
  • How you leak your privacy every day -- and how to stop.  [Lifehacker]
  • On your permanent record.  [Medium]
  • Metadata = surveillance.  [Schneier]  [Gizmodo]
  • Why client-side encryption is critical for cloud privacy.  [Network Computing]
  • Why you should embrace surveillance, not fight it.  [Wired]
  • This infographic shows you how to delete yourself from the Internet.  [Lifehacker]
  • Surveillance by algorithm.  [Schneier]
  • The awkward privacy talk parents should have with their kids.  [Wired]
  • Data protection in the cloud: the basics.  [Network Computing]
  • You won’t believe how easy it is for just about anyone to track your smartphone.  [BGR]
  • Finding people's location based on their activities in cyberspace.  [Schneier]  [The Atlantic]
  • How to remove yourself from the Internet.  [ReadWriteWeb]
  • The inside story of Tor, the best Internet anonymity tool the government ever built.  [Bloomberg]
  • How can I stay anonymous with Tor?  [Lifehacker]
  • The failure of privacy notices and consumer choice.  [Schneier]  [First Monday]
  • Benjamin Franklin, whistleblowing leaker of government secrets.  [BoingBoing]  [Harry Blutstein]
  • HOWTO delete your smartphone's fine-grained log of everywhere you've been.  [BoingBoing]  [Lifehacker]
  • Bruce Schneier and Eben Moglen discuss a post-Snowden Internet.  [BoingBoing]
  • Dan Geer explains the government surveillance mentality.  [Schneier]  [Dan Geer]
  • Why the government should help the leakers.  [Schneier]
  • How to erase yourself from the Internet.  [Gizmodo]
  • How not to get tricked: your favorite online safety tips.  [Google Blog]
  • The dangers of anonymous chatrooms.  [Stuff]
  • We're slowly being screwed by social networks, and we're oblivious.  [Gizmodo]
  • The trajectories of government and corporate surveillance.  [Schneier]
  • A court order is an insider attack.  [Schneier]  [BoingBoing]  [Freedom to Tinker]
  • On surveillance.  [Schneier]  [SlideShot]
  • On secrecy.  [Schneier]  [National Security Archive]
  • The tools of the surveillance trade.  [Ars Technica]
  • Are fingerprint scanners really more secure?  [Lifehacker]
    • Unlike passwords, fingerprints are fair game to law enforcement.  [Lifehacker]
  • Take back the Internet.  [Schneier]  [The Guardian]
  • Living in a cloudy post-PRISM world, where do we go from here?  [ReadWriteWeb]
  • Tor: the anonymous Internet, and if it's right for you.  [Gizmodo]
    • Is Tor right for you?  [Stuff]
  • The FTC and privacy.  [Schneier]  [SSRN]
  • Evading Internet censorship.  [Schneier]  [Brandon Wiley: PDF]
  • Social media has security analysts worried.  [Stuff]
  • How to encrypt your email and keep your conversations private.  [Lifehacker]  [Gizmodo]
  • Restoring trust in government and the Internet.  [Schneier]
  • Not all secrets are alike: nuclear culture and fear of the next Snowden.  [BoingBoing]  [The Bulletin]
  • The public/private surveillance partnership.  [Schneier]  [Bloomberg]
  • False positives and ubiquitous surveillance.  [Schneier]
  • The government's coming for your encrypted data next.  [Gizmodo]
  • How protecting your privacy could make you the bad guy.  [Wired]
  • Sysadmins: Keep YOUR data away from NSA spooks.  [The Register]
  • Counterterrorism mission creep.  [Schneier]
  • How to escape Google’s clutches while surfing the web.  [BGR]  [Ars Technica]
  • NSA's project SHAMROCK.  [Schneier]  [Ars Technica]
  • The effectiveness of privacy audits.  [Schneier]  [SSRN]
  • Another perspective on the value of privacy.  [Schneier]  [NYT]
  • Big data surveillance results in bad policy.  [Schneier]
  • Protecting email from eavesdropping.  [Schneier]
  • How to get away from everyday technology.  [BBC News]
  • A guide to everything Google has been asked to censor.  [Gizmodo]
  • NSA whistleblower Thomas Drake profile.  [BoingBoing]
  • China's version of the NSA's PRISM: Golden Shield.  [BoingBoing]  [NYT]
  • Teenage WikiLeaks volunteer: Why I served as an FBI informant.  [Ars Technica]
  • NSA leak vindicates AT&T whistleblower.  [Wired]
  • Data, meet spies: the unfinished state of web crypto.  [cNet]
  • Secrecy and privacy.  [Schneier]  [The New Yorker]
  • How much is your Gmail worth?  [Krebs]
  • Download me—Saying “yes” to the Web’s most dangerous search terms.  [Ars Technica]
  • SSL: Intercepted today, decrypted tomorrow.  [Netcraft]
  • America needs a cyber bill of rights.  [HardOCP]  [ZDNet]
  • Find sociopaths on Facebook.  [Schneier]  [Scott Adams]
  • How the NSA leaks may help EFF sue the government into defending its bulk surveillance programmes.  [BoingBoing]  [Wired]
  • Remember when big brother's only weapon was CCTV?  [Gizmodo]
  • British spies: what is GCHQ?  [NZ Herald]
  • The massive facial recognition database that's hiding in plain sight.  [Gizmodo]  [Washington Post]
  • It's beyond ridiculous that email (but not mail) has been left out of privacy laws.  [Wired]
  • Ideas for keeping your data safe from spying.  [Stuff]
  • Whistleblowing 101.  [WSJ ATD]
  • Scammer clones profile.  [NZ Herald]
  • We want to put a kill switch into your phone, say Feds.  [The Register]
  • More on feudal security.  [Schneier]
  • Trading privacy for convenience.  [Schneier]  [HBR]
  • The value of a hacked email account.  [Krebs]
  • The secret war.  [BoingBoing]  [Wired]
  • How to stop the scope of scrutiny.  [Stuff]
  • Trust in IT.  [Schneier]  [The Register]
  • Tagging and location technologies.  [Schneier]  [Wired]
  • Feds say they can search your laptop at the border, but won't say why.  [Ars Technica]
  • Anonymising is really hard to do, so why is the EU acting like it's easy?  [BoingBoing]  [The Guardian]
  • The problems with CALEA-II.  [Schneier]
  • The problems with managing and privacy by asking and giving consent.  [Schneier]  [SSRN]
  • Internet censorship around the world.  [BBC News]
  • The rise of amateurs recording events.  [Schneier]  [The New Yorker]
  • Schneier: the FBI's new plan to wiretap the Internet is great... for criminals.  [BoingBoing]  [Foreign Policy]
  • The declassification engine: your one-stop shop for government secrets.  [Wired]
    • What are the Feds hiding?  Ask the Declassification Engine.  [ReadWriteWeb]
  • IP addresses don't positively identify infringers.  [HardOCP]  [TorrentFreak]
  • Experts: network security deteriorating, privacy a lost cause.  [The Register]
  • Social steganography: how teens smuggle meaning past the authority figures in their lives.  [BoingBoing]  [Danah Boyd]  [Schneier]  [Pew Internet]
    • PDF attached below: Social Privacy in Networked Publics.pdf
  • Tools to use to avoid Uncle Sam's snooping.  [Fstoppers]
  • Reidentifying anonymous data.  [Schneier]  [Forbes]  [DataPrivacyLab]
  • Don't ever speak to the FBI without a tape recorder running and a lawyer present.  [BoingBoing]  [PrivacySOS]
  • How automated license plate readers threaten our privacy.  [Gizmodo]
  • The public/private surveillance partnership.  [Schneier]
  • Which companies protect your info from the government.  [HardOCP]  [EFF]  [Gizmodo]  [Lifehacker]
  • Why do governments get Internet surveillance so wrong?  [BoingBoing]  [Open Rights Group]
  • The plot to block Internet freedom.  [Stuff]
  • A discussion of redaction.  [Schneier]  [Nuclear Secrecy]
  • A bogus DMCA takedown request.  [Google: part 1part 2part 3part 4]
  • Secrets of FBI smartphone surveillance tool revealed in court fight.  [Wired]  [Schneier]
  • IT for oppression.  [Schneier]
  • The dangers of surveillance.  [Schneier]  [SSRN]
  • Mobile location data presents anonymity risk.  [BBC News]  [Schneier]  [Nature]  [EFF]
    • Anonymised phone location data not so anonymous.  [Wired]
    • New emails reveal Feds not forthright about fake cell tower devices.  [Ars Technica]
  • Everything wrong with digital copyright -- and how to fix it.  [Gizmodo]
  • Text message retention policies.  [Schneier]  [cNet]
  • Finally, Feds say cops' access to your email shouldn't be time-dependent.  [Ars Technica]  [Engadget]
  • In-depth explanation of EFF's courtroom victory over FBI's "National Security Letters".  [BoingBoing]  [EFF]
  • A visual breakdown of how Iran censors the Internet.  [Gizmodo]
  • FinSpy software used to surveil activists around the world.  [Huffington Post]
  • Skype's Chinese surveillance keywords revealed.  [Hexus]  [ZDNet]
  • Slaying the trolls: hunting down internet haters.  [Stuff]
  • Technologies of surveillance.  [Schneier]
  • Document shows how much data cops suck up from suspects' cell phones.  [Ars Technica]
  • Car data surveillance and the future of black boxes.  [Schneier]
  • Using imagery to avoid censorship.  [Schneier]  [WSJ ATD]
  • The eavesdropping system in your computer.  [Schneier]  [Dan Farmer]
  • Experts warn of cloud snooping.  [BBC News]
  • The massive hypocrisy of data privacy.  [Stuff]
  • Thinking about obscurity.  [Schneier]  [The Atlantic]
  • Blocking pirating sites deemed to be ineffective.  [THG]
  • Easiest excuse for taking freedom: security.  [BoingBoing]  [Jacobin]
  • What Facebook gives the police.  [Schneier]  [The Phoenix]
  • These sites violate your privacy.  [Gizmodo]  [WSJ]  [WSJ]

CarrierIQ Articles

  • 31-12-2015: AT&T acquires parts of phone-monitoring company Carrier IQ.  [Engadget]  [The Register]
  • 06-11-2014: Carrier IQ to settle snooping app row.  [BBC News]
  • 20-02-2013: Carrier IQ gives its remote smartphone diagnosing tool a global release.  [Engadget]
  • 09-05-2012: Carrier IQ hires former Verizon privacy head as chief privacy officer.  [MobileBurn]  [Engadget]
  • 08-05-2012: Remember Carrier IQ?  Well, it's still around and kicking.  [WSJ ATD]
  • 27-03-2012: Remote smartphone diagnostics: the new Carrier IQ or helpful support tool?  [Engadget]

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