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Traffic to Wikipedia terrorism entries plunged after Snowden revelations: reports

In the 16 months prior to the first major Snowden stories in June 2013, the articles drew a variable but an increasing audience, with a low point of about 2.2 million per month.

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Edward Snowden: Willing to return to US with guarantee of fair trial

The former National Security Agency contractor in 2013 leaked details of a secret government eavesdropping program and left the country. He faces US charges that could land him in prison for up to 30 years.

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UK hacked routers in Pakistan to identify terrorists, claims Edward Snowden

Snowden said GCHQ could gain access to a handset by sending it an encrypted text message and use it for such things as taking pictures and listening in.

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US whistleblower Edward Snowden joins Twitter, follows only NSA

In his earlier hours on Twitter, Snowden exchanged tweets with prominent astrophysicist and radio talk-show host Neil deGrasse Tyson, who had encouraged Snowden to try Twitter during an interview on his show this month.

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Whistleblower Snowden’s bust kicks off New York street art festival

Edward Snowden’s 100-pound likeness stands proud on a plinth in Manhattan’s tourist-clogged Little Italy neighborhood, to be guarded round the clock until the weekend Lo Man Art Festival closes.

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White House says Snowden should ‘come home, be judged’

“He should come home to the United States, and be judged by a jury of his peers — not hide behind the cover of an authoritarian regime,” said US>

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Analysis: US National Security Agency bill barely touches the it’s vast powers

Snowden’s documents have fueled dozens of revelations of NSA surveillance operations but none of those programs are affected by the law Barack Obama signed Tuesday night.

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Curbing of US spy powers is ‘historic’: Edward Snowden

“If we collect everything we understand nothing,” Snowden said. “We’re spending resources for no benefit in terms of public safety and a real cost in terms of freedom and liberty.”

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A measure of privacy

US spy agency’s cyber espionage powers have expired. But will it stay that way?

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US Senate to let National Security Agency spy program lapse, at least for now

The Senate voted to move ahead with reform legislation that would replace the bulk phone records program revealed two years ago by former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden.

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Edward Snowden says USA not offering fair trial if he returns

His lawyer had said that Snowden has been working with US and German lawyers on a way to return to the US.

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Edward Snowden biopic to release on Christmas Day

A biopic based on the life of whistleblower Edward Snowden is set to release on Christmas Day this year.

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Britain’s tribunal says spies’ internet surveillance was unlawful

But the judges said now that the details of the practices are known, they are within the law.

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Lashkar tech expert who hid in plain sight

US, British and Indian intelligence had piles of data on Zarrar Shah and the assault team.

Freeing the Net

A new report finds India has improved its online freedom ranking. But self-congratulation is not in order.