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Angela Merkel denied access to her NSA file
Frustration with US government rises over failure to clear up questions about surveillance of German chancellor's phone.
Journalists who broke NSA story in Guardian dedicate award to Snowden
- Greenwald, Poitras and MacAskill accept George Polk award.
- Barton Gellman of the Washington Post also honoured.
The NSA's Heartbleed problem is the problem with the NSA
What the agency's denial isn't telling you: it didn't even need know about the bug to vacuum your privacy and store it indefinitely.
Silicon Valley could force NSA reform, tomorrow. What's taking so long?
Tech CEOs are complaining, but bills are languishing. Time for internet companies to pull an OKCupid and call out the NSA, on every homepage.
Guardian and Washington Post win Pulitzer prize for NSA revelations
Pair awarded highest accolade in US journalism, winning Pulitzer prize for public service for stories on NSA surveillance.
Edward Snowden on Pulitzer winners: "Their work has given us a better future"
NSA whistleblower praises Guardian and Washington Post after pair share Pulitzer prize for public service.
Guardian wins three Webby awards
NSA Files: Decoded takes best practice award, with two prizes for online video in the news and drama categories.
MPs: Snowden files are 'embarrassing indictment' of British spying oversight
All-party committee demands reforms to make security and intelligence services accountable in wake of disclosures.
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Glenn Greenwald: the explosive day we revealed Edward Snowden's identity to the world
In the hours after his name became known, the entire world was searching for the NSA whistleblower, and it became vital that his whereabouts in Hong Kong remained secret. In an extract from a new book, No Place to Hide, Glenn Greenwald recalls the dramatic events surrounding the moment Snowden revealed himself in June 2013.
Glenn Greenwald: how the NSA tampers with US-made internet routers
The NSA has been covertly implanting interception tools in US servers heading overseas – even though the US government has warned against using Chinese technology for the same reasons, says Glenn Greenwald, in an extract from his new book about the Snowden affair, No Place to Hide.
Glenn Greenwald: from Martin Luther King to Anonymous, the state targets dissenters not just "bad guys"
Don't believe the argument that mass surveillance is only a problem for wrongdoers. Governments have repeatedly spied on anyone who challenges their power, says Glenn Greenwald in an extract from his book about Edward Snowden and the NSA, No Place to Hide.
GCHQ's spy malware operation faces legal challenge
Privacy International claims development of programs that remotely hijack computer cameras and microphones is illegal.
NSA reform: lawmakers aim to bar agency from weakening encryption
Concerned about weaknesses in USA Freedom Act, Zoe Lofgren and colleagues pushing to prevent NSA from weakening online encryption with new amendment.
David Miranda allowed to appeal against ruling on Heathrow detention
Partner of former Guardian reporter to challenge high court ruling on legality of his detention under counter-terrorism powers.
Edward Snowden calls for greater online privacy in Reset the Net campaign
Whistleblower says "Don't ask for your privacy. Take it back" as groups join together to try to encourage online encryption.
Jimmy Wales: UK needs US-style first amendment to protect whistleblowers
<< Wikipedia founder calls for new free speech laws at conference marking first anniversary of publication of Snowden files. >>
Edward Snowden's NSA leaks "an important service", says Al Gore
Former vice-president argues whistleblower exposed "violations of US constitution far more serious than crimes he committed".
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