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The trailer for the forthcoming Oliver Stone movie Snowden has been viewed over two million times less than 24 hours after it was posted on Youtube, suggesting huge interest in the story of one of America’s most polarizing heroes/traitors, ahead of the film’s release in September this year. After the clip was posted, the real Edward Snowden, the CIA operative who smuggled vast amounts of data exposing the workings of the NSA, and is now living in Russia, tweeted: “For two minutes and thirty nine seconds, everybody at NSA just stopped working.” More at The […]

You might have heard that as of this week the NSA is no longer capturing your phone call and text message data. But is that really true?

Neil deGrasse Tyson chats with whistleblower Edward Snowden via robotic telepresence from Moscow. The two card-carrying members of the geek community discuss Isaac Newton, the difference between education and learning, and even how knowledge is created. They also dive into the Periodic Table and chemistry, before moving on to the more expected subjects of data compression, encryption and privacy. You’ll learn about the relationship between private contractors, the CIA, and the NSA, for whom Edward began working at only 16 years old. Edward explains why metadata tells the government much more about individuals than they […]

A bipartisan group of US Senators have introduced a bill that would overhaul the US Patriot Act and change the way that the National Security Administration (NSA) would collect and view metadata. Anya Parampil speaks with lawyer Jesselyn Radack of the Government Accountability Project about the proposed bill and what security advocates are looking to accomplish. Source.

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