Journalist May Release More Snowden DocumentsAdded: Tuesday, August 20th, 2013
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Glenn Greenwald, Guardian journalist, is going to release more files from those handed over to him by Edward Snowden. He claimed that what has been revealed so far is only a very small part compared to the whole picture.
Glenn Greenwald is going to reveal more papers within the next ten days or so. The documents are supposed to be related to secret US backed surveillance of the worldwide web. The journalist told a Brazilian congressional hearing, which is investigating US surveillance in the country, that the articles published so far are just a tiny slice of the revelations that ought to be. Greenwald claimed that new leaks may show how the United States has been spying and invading the communications of Brazil and Latin America. He also admitted that experts were recruited to help understand some of up to 20,000 classified documents from the NSA which Snowden passed him.
In the meantime, the journalist pointed out that Julian Assange and his WikiLeaks service had no connection to Snowden’s information. Apparently, Greenwald has been communicating with Snowden a lot since he left the transit area of Moscow’s international airport, using very strong encryption.
However, Moscow will most likely not support this idea. As you remember, one of the conditions that Edward had for receiving temporary asylum in the country was that he stop leaking. Still, the journalist already has access to all the files, so technically these won’t be fresh leaks, but rather the disclosure of already leaked content.
The journalist confirmed that Edward planned to stay in Moscow “as long as he needs to, until he can secure his situation”. Meanwhile, he slammed governments for failing to offer the whistleblower protection, even though they publicly denounced the US surveillance of their citizens’ usage of the worldwide web. It is suggested that Washington was working through diplomatic channels to persuade governments to stop discussing the surveillance programs.
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Tuesday, August 20th, 2013
|everyone cover your webcams when your not using them unless you want some nerd from nsa cia watching what you and your girl are doing in front of the computer, or worse what your doing alone. lol Just because the green,red lights aren't on doesn't mean its not recording, transmitting.|
|He never leaked, he blew the whistle on unlawful activity. Secondly, he gave it all to Greenwald, and if Greennwald then releases more, then he's the one releasing what Snowden already did, so Snowden wouldn't be violating his agreement.|
The amazing thing here is that Greenwald is saying he has damning evidence and just daring them to make him disappear.
DO NOT reveal that you have info that could get you killed until AFTER you have released it (unless you have a death wish).
|Unless u have a death wish ????|
Why.??? they're not able to shoot people,they are just too imcompetent..,or better impotent..Get real..pfffff.
But i do know,what there is to come..
There're sources higher up the food-chain-gang.Fed up,frustated & disgusted by the ruthless disregard ,disrespect of the human being..
They are leaking right now..
Oh Obama..yes we can.!!
Sure you can make the former gestapo jealous of your methods.
No one can touch you,for warcriminals will allways have a safe haven in the US,which didn't sign any..not 1 treaty..regarding crimes against peoples.
What the fracking,even poisoning your own poor people in the name of profit, is just all in a days job.
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