Snowden Spills: Infamous Whistleblower Opines on Spycraft, AI, and Being Suicided

Snowden Spills: Infamous Whistleblower Opines on Spycraft, AI, and Being Suicided By Tyler Durden Edward Snowden has finally laid it all out – documenting his memoirs in a new 432-page book, Permanent Record, which will be published worldwide on Tuesday, September 17. Meeting with both The Guardian and Spiegel Online in Moscow as part of its promotion, the infamous whistleblower spent nearly five hours with the two media outlets – offering a taste of what’s in the book, details on his background, and his thoughts on artificial intelligence, facial recognition, and other intelligence gathering tools coming…

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NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden Says Facebook, Instagram Spying On Customers — Wants To Help Combat Surveillance

NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden Says Facebook, Instagram Spying On Customers — Wants To Help Combat Surveillance By Aaron Kesel National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden wants to fight back against corporate surveillance by Instagram and its parent company Facebook, as well as YouTube, which is owned by Google. In a tweet rant posted on Twitter, Snowden expressed that both social media giants owned by Mark Zuckerberg were involved in spying on their users, as well as YouTube. Snowden also announced that he has created new accounts on the platforms and…

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Bulk Data Collection By NSA and GCHQ Violated Human Rights Charter, European Court Rules

Bulk Data Collection By NSA and GCHQ Violated Human Rights Charter, European Court Rules By Aaron Kesel GCHQ surveillance revealed by Snowden breached privacy rights, according to Strasbourg judges. GCHQ’s methods for bulk interception of various online communications violated privacy rights and failed to provide sufficient surveillance safeguards, the European court of human rights ruled in a 5-2 ruling  The court found that GCHQ’s “bulk interception” violated article 8 of the European convention on human rights, which guarantees privacy due to “insufficient safeguards” relating to the “communications data.” However, in a contradictory…

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