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Tag Archives: Edward Snowden
Director Laura Poitras, editor Mathilde Bonnefoy and producer Dirk Wilutzky have won the 2015 Academy Award for Best Documentary Citizenfour and were accompanied by Glenn Greenwald and Edward Snowden’s girlfriend Linda Mills in Hollywood. 23 February 2015 @ 4:59 pm. Last … Continue reading
When the Nobel Prize committee in Oslo awarded the Peace Prize in 2009 to Barack Obama most observers were shocked about its inappropriate spontaneity. The Committee’s chairman Thorbjørn Jagland had apparently waived all 205 official nominations. Only the Committee can … Continue reading
Edward Snowden has been awarded the Right Livelihood Award. Together with the Guardian’s Alan Rusbridger he will receive the Honorary Award. As to its founder, German-Swedish philantropist Jakob von Uexkull, “The Right Livelihood Award was established in 1980 to honour … Continue reading
Eventually, another whistle-blower after Edward Snowden appears to have emerged and provided the team at The Intercept with an outraging piece of the overreaching American intelligence community which seems in fact to consider 280,000 people who are not affiliated to … Continue reading
Glenn Greenwald has declined to testify for the German Parliament’s Board of Inquiry which is supposed to clarify extent and background of foreign espionage, in particular that of NSA after Edward Snowden’s leak. “I am very supportive of any attempt … Continue reading