Tag: Edward Snowden
The modern liberal state needs to find a decent balance between freedom and security.
Why the NSA’s reaction to Snowden hints at a future that is closer to 1984 than even Orwell could have imagined.
How the security state’s mania for secrecy will create you.
Understanding why the NSA spying programs are such a hot-button issue in the current German pre-election season.
With Snowden temporarily safe in Russia, the impact of his leaks on U.S. foreign relations is still an open question.
I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country–yours.
Living in a one-superpower world (or Edward Snowden vs. Robert Seldon Lady)
What we still don’t know about the agency’s internet surveillance.
An intervew with the Jameel Jaffer, the Director of the ACLU’s Center for Democracy, about surveillance, privacy, and the importance of “meta data.”
A letter to Edward Snowden
No one’s laughing in a global security state.
The making of the U.S. surveillance state, 1898-2020.
What a whistleblower thinks a fellow whistleblower might have thought.
We’re not moving toward a surveillance state; we live in the heart of one.
The five uncontrollable urges of a secrecy-surveillance world.