CIA Privacy Whistleblower Edward Snowdan Says Prism Six Years Of Snooping
Dan Majestic reports from Washington: Lots of fuss has been made here and across the pond about revelations by former CIA
Snowden leaked this info to Washington Post and the British Guardian that spying was going on for about six years.
The former CIA IT man is now seeking political asylum, having fled to Hong Kong last month, hoping to avoid getting a taste of waterboarding or something even more unpleasant.
Prism Is Used To Spy On The Web says CIA National Intelligence Agencies
Already the International Modern Media Institute in Island has announced that it will do its best to help Snowden find a new home there. Whether the government of that proud nation would be keen to see him is doubtful though.
It turned out that the British GCHQ monitoring centre has been sharing information with the yanks about British citizens this is what Prism does.
- He pointed out, cunningly I thought, that Americans would have to make a choice and balance their privacy with their security.
- Mr Obama has recently received another Nobel Peace Prize for his part in the operation.
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Video Interview with Alexander Nekrassov on Russia Today.
- Who’s Surprised That US Intelligence Agencies Spy On The Web? (stirringtroubleinternationally.com)
- Prism: Web Spying Whistleblower Goes Public (news.sky.com)
- Ex-CIA man revealed as US spy leak source (aljazeera.com)
- Kim Dotcom wants the EU to fund a Prism-less Google alternative (wired.co.uk)
- Assange on Snowden: He’s a hero, we’ve been in contact (rt.com)
- Spy agencies act within law – PM (standard.co.uk)