The Obama White House has rebuffed a petition signed by almost 168,000 people demanding "a full, free, and absolute pardon" for NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
A secretive British police investigation focusing on journalists working with Edward Snowden's leaked documents remains ongoing two years after it was quietly launched, The Intercept can reveal.
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In an interview with the German magazine Der Spiegel, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange discusses the comeback of the whistleblowing platform as well as his wish to provide assistance to a German parliamentary committee investigating mass spying by th
The Oscar-winning documentary film-maker Laura Poitras is suing the US government demanding to know why she has repeatedly been subjected to "Kafkaesque harassment" at airports across the world.
The United States already has by far the per capita largest prison population of any developed country but I am probably one of the few Americans who on this Independence Day would like to see a lot more people in prison, mostly drawn from politician
ECUADOR has been urged to "end the charade" over protecting Julian Assange as police costs rise to a shocking £11.5million.
Will it be truthful? What will they show, anything new? Will it help the cause? Or will it twist/omit things, change the context?
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange clocked up three years Friday inside the Ecuadoran embassy in London, after claiming that Swedish prosecutors cancelled a landmark meeting in his case earlier this week.
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