Trump to 'take a look' at pardoning Snowden
President Donald Trump said Saturday he will "take a look" at pardoning Edward Snowden, the former US intelligence contractor who revealed in 2013 that the US government was spying on its citizens.
Tech under threat as EU court rules on Facebook case
The EU's top court will take a decision on Thursday that threatens to throw global internet traffic into chaos, as judges decide on the legality of Facebook's data transfers...
US newspaper sparks controversy by publishing details on whistleblower
Protecting a potentially vulnerable whistleblower versus the public's need to know: a US newspaper's publication of information on the man whose complaint led to an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump has sparked controversy and debate.
Haven - App To Protect You From Spies Launched
You can put your security paranoia to rest now. An app that monitors and captures who is invading your personal space has been launched. Edward Snowden, former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) employee, and developer of the app, Haven, explained that the app takes a record of everything using sensors and is triggered by sound, light, motion,…
Snowden lashes out at Hong Kong for rejecting refugees
Fugitive whistleblower Edward Snowden hit back at the Hong Kong government Thursday for rejecting the protection bids of a group of refugees who sheltered him while he was hiding out in the city.
Russia says Snowden can stay till 2020
Russian authorities have extended US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden's Russian residency permit by three years, the foreign ministry said Wednesday.
Hong Kong refugees protest to call for Snowden pardon
Activists and refugees staged a protest in Hong Kong on Sunday calling on Washington to pardon fugitive whistleblower Edward Snowden, with protesters describing refugees in the city as "heroes" for helping him evade authorities in 2013.