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Snowden still in transit area at Moscow airport: Putin

Jun 25 2013, 5:10pm CDT | by

Helsinki, June 26 (IANS) Russian President Vladimir Putin, on a visit to Finland, said that US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden was still in the transit area at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport.

Helsinki, June 26 — Russian President Vladimir Putin, on a visit to Finland, said that US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden was still in the transit area at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport. Saying...

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Snowden still in transit area at Moscow airport: Putin

Jun 25 2013, 5:10pm CDT | by

Helsinki, June 26 (IANS) Russian President Vladimir Putin, on a visit to Finland, said that US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden was still in the transit area at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport.

Helsinki, June 26 — Russian President Vladimir Putin, on a visit to Finland, said that US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden was still in the transit area at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport.

Saying that Snowden's arrival was completely unexpected, Putin voiced hope that the case would not impair relations with the US, Xinhua reported.

Putin said he would not turn over Snowden to US authorities because Russia did not have an extradition treaty with the country.

Snowden arrived at Moscow as a "transit passenger" and was free to go anywhere he choses, Putin said following a meeting with his Finnish counterpart Sauli Niinisto.

However, the Russian president expressed hope that Snowden would soon find a destination to leave for.

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Failure Is Success: How US Intelligence Works in the 21st Century

Sep 30 2014 1:05pm CDT | Source: Truthout Stories

What are the odds? You put about $68 billion annually into a maze of 17 major intelligence outfits. You build them glorious headquarters.  You create a global surveillance state for the ages. You listen in on your citizenry and gather their communications in staggering quantities.  Your employees even morph into avatars and enter video-game landscapes, lest any Americans betray a penchant for evil deeds while in entertainment mode. You c ...
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Failure Is Success: How US Intelligence Works in the 21st Century

Sep 30 2014 1:05pm CDT | Source: Truthout Stories

What are the odds? You put about $68 billion annually into a maze of 17 major intelligence outfits. You build them glorious headquarters.  You create a global surveillance state for the ages. You listen in on your citizenry and gather their communications in staggering quantities.  Your employees even morph into avatars and enter video-game landscapes, lest any Americans betray a penchant for evil deeds while in entertainment mode. You collect information on visits ...
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How American Intelligence Works in the 21st Century

Sep 30 2014 8:50am CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

Failure Is Success Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com What are the odds? You put about $68 billion annually into a maze of 17 major intelligence outfits. You build them glorious headquarters.  You create a global surveillance state for the ages. You listen in on your citizenry and gather their communications in staggering quantities.  Your employees even morph into avatars and enter video-game landscapes, lest any Americans betray a penchant for evil deeds while in entertainment mode. Yo ...
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The ‘Primary Source’ Of NSA’s Spying Power Is A 33-Year-Old Executive Order By Ronald Reagan

Sep 30 2014 8:41am CDT | Source: ThinkProgress

In 1981, Reagan signed an executive order that extended the power of U.S. intelligence agencies overseas, allowing broader surveillance of non-U.S. suspects. Recent reports that the National Security Agency secretly broke into communications on Yahoo and Google overseas have technology companies, privacy advocates and even national security proponents calling for a re-examination of Reagan’s order and other intelligen ...
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The Next Attorney General Should Enforce the Rule of Law, Protect Constitutional Rights and Investigate Abuse of Power

Sep 29 2014 9:16am CDT | Source: Truthout Stories

Eric Holder’s tenure as attorney general will be remembered for the failure to prosecute any leading bankers who were responsible for the collapse of the economy. While the SEC negotiated large fines, the DOJ prosecuted none of those who were guilty of crimes that robbed the wealth of tens of millions of Americans. The failure to prosecute bankers was one example of many where corporate power dominated the DOJ on finance, environmental, labor and other issues. This should have been an era ...
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The Next Attorney General Should Enforce the Rule of Law, Protect Constitutional Rights and Investigate Abuse of Power

Sep 29 2014 9:16am CDT | Source: Truthout Stories

Eric Holder’s tenure as attorney general will be remembered for the failure to prosecute any leading bankers who were responsible for the collapse of the economy. While the SEC negotiated large fines, the DOJ prosecuted none of those who were guilty of crimes that robbed the wealth of tens of millions of Americans. The failure to prosecute bankers was one example of many where corporate power dominated the DOJ on finance, environmental, labor and other ...
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It's Time for a Real Debate on Reader Privacy

Sep 28 2014 10:45am CDT | Source: Truthout Stories

Last week longtime local publisher Howard Owens, founder of the online news site the Batavian, launched a new publication covering Wyoming County in upstate New York. Buried in a parenthetical within his welcome message to readers was a fascinating promise: "We'll also respect your privacy by not gathering personal data to distribute to multinational media conglomerates for so-called 'targeted advertising.'" This kind of explicit promi ...
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It's Time for a Real Debate on Reader Privacy

Sep 28 2014 10:45am CDT | Source: Truthout Stories

Last week longtime local publisher Howard Owens, founder of the online news site the Batavian, launched a new publication covering Wyoming County in upstate New York. Buried in a parenthetical within his welcome message to readers was a fascinating promise: "We'll also respect your privacy by not gathering personal data to distribute to multinational media conglomerates for so-called 'targeted advertis ...
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German opposition goes to court on Snowden hearing

Sep 26 2014 6:27am CDT | Source: Townhall's

BERLIN (AP) — Opposition lawmakers have asked Germany's highest court to rule on whether former NSA contractor Edward Snowde ...
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Security Features Help BlackBerry Dump CrackBerry Image

Sep 25 2014 10:02pm CDT | Source: Big Government

The BlackBerry Passport smartphone was introduced on September 24th with a full physical keyboard, uniquely square large-screen design that increases the “readability” of web pages and e-mail. The rising attraction for corporate users is that the device’s software and hardware are optimized for a system-wide 256-bit AES encryption, online privacy protection and the ability to remotely locate and lock a phon ...
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