The Snowden Affair
By Kate Zickel WASHINGTON (VR)– German Justice Minister Heiko Maas is asking the United States for a no-spy agreement amid new allegations of US electronic monitoring of top German officials. The Sueddeutsche Zeitung newspaper and broadcaster Norddeutscher Rundfunk reported Tuesday that former chancellor Gerhard Schroeder's mobile phone was tapped in 2002 and 2003. Responding to reports that Schroeder may have been monitored by the US National Security Agency, German government spokesman Steffen Seibert said that Berlin was not aware of alleged bugging of Schroeder's phone.
By Rob Sachs WASHINGTON (VR)– Edward Snowden has been called many things after he leaked massive amounts of data from the National Security Agency: a traitor, a hero, or a whistleblower.
By Rob Sachs WASHINGTON (VR)— Is Edward Snowden in danger?
By Rob Sachs WASHINGTON (VR)— Is Snowden in cahoots with Russia?
By Crystal Park WASHINGTON (VR)— Anti-spying protestors were mostly disappointed by President Obama's proposed reforms to the NSA surveillance program.
By Rob Sachs WASHINGTON (VOR)– As the new year begins, there are some new (or at least evolving) perspectives on NSA leaker Edward Snowden.
By Rob Sachs WASHINGTON (VOR)– NSA leaker Edward Snowden may be on the move again.
By Ric Young WASHINGTON (VOR) – Edward Snowden, the fugitive NSA leaker who found asylum in Russia, tells the New York Times that neither Russia or China has access to the new secret files.
MOSCOW, September 16, 2013 (AFP) - US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden is living under guard at a secret location in Russia but is able to travel incognito and is expecting family visits, his Russian lawyer said in excerpts from a televised interview published Monday by Russian news agencies.
by Rob Sachs WASHINGTON (VOR)— New revelations about the extent of the National Security's Agency spying practices have sparked outrage in Germany.
WASHINGTON (VOR) - A report suggests Washington influenced Havana's decision to reject US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden's request to land in the island nation.
LONDON, August 20, 2013 (AFP) - The British government forced the Guardian to destroy files or face a court battle over its publication of US security secrets leaked by Edward Snowden, the paper's editor claimed Tuesday.
MOSCOW, August 17 (RIA Novosti) - Fugitive US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden was not interrogated by special services after his arrival to Russia, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange said on Friday.
WASHINGTON (VOR)— The owner of the encrypted email service believed to be used by NSA leaker Edward Snowden decided abruptly to shut the whole service down last week, rather than submit to government-imposed guidelines that facilitate NSA surveillance.
WASHINGTON (VOR)— Recent polling by the the Pew Research Center indicates that the majority of Americans are skeptical of NSA surveillance programs. They aren't alone.