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US threatens nations aiding Snowden, Latin America welcomes whistleblower

US threatens nations aiding Snowden, Latin America welcomes whistleblower

Escobar: 'Imperial hijack' reopens asylum bid for Snowden in Latin America

Escobar: 'Imperial hijack' reopens asylum bid for Snowden in Latin America

▶ How the Government Manipulates Your Thoughts Online | Big Brother Watch - the intelligence community's use of subversive and manipulative online tactics to destroy the reputations of businesses and individuals.

▶ How the Government Manipulates Your Thoughts Online | Big Brother Watch - the intelligence community's use of subversive and manipulative online tactics to destroy the reputations of businesses and individuals.

Michigan congressman aims to defund NSA surveillance program

Michigan congressman aims to defund NSA surveillance program

'NSA criminals, surveillance not part of my America' - Pete Ashdown

'NSA criminals, surveillance not part of my America' - Pete Ashdown

Published on Sep 10, 2013 -FISA court forced to expose NSA documents after long legal battle

Published on Sep 10, 2013 -FISA court forced to expose NSA documents after long legal battle

Thorny Route: Snowden weighs 3 S. American asylum offers, itinerary unclear Published on Jul 9, 2013 America's most-wanted man the former NSA contractor Edward Snowden has found himself weighing not one, but potentially three asylum offers. Venezuela, Nicaragua and Bolivia have all spoken favorably of granting him safe haven despite threats from the United States. RT's Gayane Chichakyan reports.

Thorny Route: Snowden weighs 3 S. American asylum offers, itinerary unclear Published on Jul 9, 2013 America's most-wanted man the former NSA contractor Edward Snowden has found himself weighing not one, but potentially three asylum offers. Venezuela, Nicaragua and Bolivia have all spoken favorably of granting him safe haven despite threats from the United States. RT's Gayane Chichakyan reports.

NSA Head To Quit After Lying, Failing To Explain Spy Overreach - Pub. on Oct 18, 2013 - The head of America's National Security Agency - credited with a major expansion of the organization's covert surveillance operations - is due to quit, early next year. Army general Keith Alexander, who is the NSA's longest-serving chief, has come under intense pressure since whistleblower Edward Snowden revealed the vast scale of government snooping. RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air

NSA Head To Quit After Lying, Failing To Explain Spy Overreach - Pub. on Oct 18, 2013 - The head of America's National Security Agency - credited with a major expansion of the organization's covert surveillance operations - is due to quit, early next year. Army general Keith Alexander, who is the NSA's longest-serving chief, has come under intense pressure since whistleblower Edward Snowden revealed the vast scale of government snooping. RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air

PROPAGANDA ON NSA SPYING & SNOWDEN NOT WORKING. In just three years, Americans have dramatically shifted their views on how they feel about the Obama administration's efforts to prevent another terrorist attack. Now almost half say the government is intruding on civil liberties for the sake of national security, a new poll shows.

PROPAGANDA ON NSA SPYING & SNOWDEN NOT WORKING. In just three years, Americans have dramatically shifted their views on how they feel about the Obama administration's efforts to prevent another terrorist attack. Now almost half say the government is intruding on civil liberties for the sake of national security, a new poll shows.

Secret NSA and FISA Court documents released

Secret NSA and FISA Court documents released

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