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The Leaky Myths of Snowden

Slate Magazine - 16 Sep 2016
Oliver Stone's Snowden is a bad movie, stuffed with myth, short on drama. Stone has always been a tendentious writer but he was once a terrific director. JFK ranks among the most exasperating movies of all time for portraying Jim Garrison, one of the ...

Russian investigative journalist: Snowden is 'a sort of ghost'

Yahoo News - 18 Nov 2017
Russian investigative journalist Andrei Soldatov, who co-wrote the definitive books on the post-Soviet security services and the history of the Russian internet, has kept tabs on National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden's ongoing exile. “He ...

Latest NSA breach "far exceeds" Edward Snowden leaks

Axios - 13 Nov 2017
"[T]here is broad agreement that the damage from the Shadow Brokers already far exceeds the harm to American intelligence done by Edward J. Snowden, the former N.S.A. contractor who fled with four laptops of classified material in 2013." "Snowden ...

Myron Neal Snowden

Seymour Tribune - 20 Nov 2017
Myron “Neal” Snowden, 62, of Seymour, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Thursday, November 16, 2017, at 1:14 pm at IU Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. He was born into the most loving family on March 12, 1955, in Lee County, Ky, to Joe and ...

Britain's security services in court over Snowden leaks

The National - 04 Nov 2017
THE interception of external communications by UK security services and the sharing of data with their US counterparts — first revealed by US whistle-blower Edward Snowden — will feature in three cases being called next week in the European Court of ...

Carl Snowden: City makes progress toward diversity, inclusiveness - 14 Nov 2017
Every campaign has winners and losers, and last week's mayoral election was no exception. The winners included the Latino community, which saw Democratic Ward 5 candidate Marc Rodriguez become the first Latino elected to the Annapolis City Council.

Ex-CIA Chief Morell: NSA Breach Even Worse Than Snowden's Leaks

Newsmax - 13 Nov 2017
A breach of the National Security Agency's spy technology is even worse than the leaks disclosed by Edward Snowden back in 2013 because the actual tools used to collect intelligence on the United States' adversaries are being used to launch attacks on ...

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