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Wired.com

Today’s revelations that the National Security Agency collected bulk data on the email traffic of millions of Americans provides startling evidence for the first time to support a whistleblower’s .......

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Wired

If you're still not sure whether the US government considers WikiLeaks a threat, a new Wired investigation begins in 2011 with "a cherubic 18-year-old Icelandic man" who served as the first FBI-recruited double-agent inside of WikiLeaks.

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news.yahoo.com

WikiLeaks says that former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden is "safe and well," a brief statement that gave no indication of how the information was obtained and did little to clear up the mystery concerning his whereabouts.

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by William N. Grigg (Pro Liberate)

This little-appreciated fact should be pointed out to those who have claimed there was something inappropriate about Edward Snowden receiving help from Russia in his search for political asylum from the world’s most powerful and lawless regime.

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www.thecommonsenseshow.com

We used to honor whistle-blowers as the media fulfilled its mission to be the watchman on the wall of tyranny. Increasingly, these watchmen are finding themselves watched and are often targeted for elimination, or at least they meet a suspicious and

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