EDWARD SNOWDEN

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  • Jacob Appelbaum Doesn't Have Much Hope for the Future of Privacy

    Jacob Appelbaum has been called the "most dangerous man in cyberspace." But he's not, and it's a label that pisses him off. In reality, Appelbaum is a renowned cybersecurity expert who happens to be one of the developers for the Tor Project and a...

  • The Demise of Lavabit and Silent Circle Means Your Emails Will Never Be Safe from the Government

    This week, two encrypted email providers shut down their services, and that’s very bad news if you’d rather the government didn’t read your emails. Clearly, the right to buy and sell on the free market and the right to privacy only apply to people who...

  • Three Whistleblowers Talk About Edward Snowden and Bradley Manning

    The US government's pursuit of those who break rank to expose its secrets has emerged as the dominant narrative of this decade's war for information. I thought I'd speak to a trio of high-profile whistleblowers who know all about the repercussions of...

  • How the Espionage Act of 1917 Became a Law Against Whistleblowing

    With Bradley Manning convicted of espionage and Edward Snowden still moldering in a Moscow airport, it's worth looking at the law that streamlines America's prosecution of whistleblowers.

  • A Few Days in Bulgaria

    I dream I’ve been placed in an impossible situation in which suicide is the only appealing option. Not because of imminent physical destruction or incurable medical problems, but because the prospect of extreme, permanent immiseration appears in the...

  • Dodge the NSA with This Fancy Encrypted Messaging Service

    With all the talk pinging back and forth around the interwebs in the ongoing NSA clusterfuck, there's a real surge in the demand for encryption-based messaging services. Heml.is is one such service founded by Peter Sunde, one of the creators of the...