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Edward Snowden espionage case

The Intercept releases new documents from Edward Snowden archive; site encourages journalists to find new stories, clues

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Edward Snowden espionage case

Edward Snowden files lawsuit against Norwegian government to allow him to accept freedom of expression prize in November without threat of extradition to US - Norsk PEN

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FBI, Apple encryption dispute

President Obama, at SXSW, asked about balance between security vs. privacy debate; can't comment on FBI vs. Apple case, says Snowden issue 'vastly overstated' dangers to citizens of actual spying

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FBI, Apple encryption dispute

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden on judge's order for Apple to help FBI with 'iPhone backdoor': 'The FBI is creating a world where citizens rely on Apple to defend their rights, rather than the other way around' - @Snowden

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Edward Snowden espionage case

Denmark says US plane was ready to fly Edward Snowden back to the US in case he was extradited from Russia or another country in June 2013 - AP

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Julian Assange legal issues

Edward Snowden calls Britain's rejection of UN panel ruling on Julian Assange a 'dangerous precedent' and 'writes a pass for every dictatorship to reject UN rulings' - @Snowden

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NSA surveillance programs leaked

US government's collection of bulk data from telephone calls ends at midnight; requests will now be made to telephone companies to check data - @NBCNews

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Edward Snowden espionage case

Report: March 2011 document reveals NSA accessed internal communications of top officials of Petróleos de Venezuela - @telesurenglish

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Edward Snowden espionage case

Editor's note: On Twitter, Edward Snowden, the former NSA contractor who leaked classified documents, called the European Parliament vote to grant him protection 'a game-changer.' The New York Times notes, however, that the resolution has no legal force. And no European government, the Times says, has offered Snowden asylum. - Tom

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Edward Snowden espionage case

EU Parliament passes resolution on mass surveillance which includes call for member states to drop charges against Edward Snowden, prevent extradition - @Europarl_EN

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Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian, 4 others freed from Iran

Edward Snowden tweets on Iranian conviction of Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian: 'Iran's shocking conviction of a journalist on secret evidence must not stand. #FreeJason' - @Snowden

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United Kingdom

GCHQ can take "total control" over smartphones without owners' knowledge, says Edward Snowden in BBC interview http://t.co/RhqPRGgaab - @BBCBreaking

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2016 US elections

Republican presidential candidate George Pataki calls for Twitter to shut down Edward Snowden's account, saying it 'should not give a platform to terrorists or traitors' - @GovernorPataki

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Edward Snowden espionage case

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to Edward Snowden: 'Yes! Welcome to Twitter.' - @jack

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Edward Snowden espionage case

NSA leak Edward Snowden joins Twitter, tweets, 'Can you hear me now?' - @the_intercept

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Edward Snowden

New species of crayfish named after NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden - @NBCNews

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NSA surveillance programs leaked

Photo: NSA documents, provided by Edward Snowden, shed light on its relationship with American telecommunications companies including AT&T and Verizon - @nytimes

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Edward Snowden espionage case

White House responds to petition on Edward Snowden, says ' He should come home to the United States, and be judged by a jury of his peers -- not hide behind the cover of an authoritarian regime. Right now, he's running away from the consequences of his actions' - @WeThePeople

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Edward Snowden espionage case

Former US Attorney General Eric Holder tells @YahooPolitics it's possible Justice Department could strike deal with Edward Snowden; 'his actions spurred a necessary debate'

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Edward Snowden espionage case

French Justice Minister Christiane Taubira: Wouldn't be surprised if the country decided to offer asylum to Snowden and Assange - @cnnbrk

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