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- Snowden Case Pushes US to Review Security Clearances of 5 Million People
Unsurprisingly, the US government is starting to fear whistleblowers and it seems they’re now reviewing the security clearances of some 5 million people. According to Politico, the National Intelligence Director James Clapper is wondering why over 1.4 million people have been given a “Top Secret” clearance level since the sheer number of people defies the meaning of the term. Another 3.5 million Americans have lesser security clearance levels, they said.
- Indonesian Lawmakers to Chat with Edward Snowden About Leaked Documents
Brazilian and German officials aren’t the only ones who really want to have a sit-down with Edward Snowden and get to pick his brains about the documents that have been used for various reporting, but also the Indonesian ones. Following reports that the Australian intelligence services were spying on the Indonesian president, his wife and a bunch of close politicians, members of the Indonesian House of Representatives are set to fly out to Russia to meet with the whistleblowe...
- The NSA Wants More Power, Aims for Global Leadership in Surveillance
Did anyone have any doubt that the NSA dreamt big? Well, a newly leaked document from the Snowden stash sets things straight – the NSA wanted to assert itself as the global leader in clandestine surveillance. According to a new document published by the New York Times, the intelligence agency wanted to ...
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