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Topic: Edward Snowden
How Dutton’s ‘exclusion orders’ can be weaponised against journalists and whistleblowers

How Dutton’s ‘exclusion orders’ can be weaponised against journalists and whistleblowers

Could this broad clause be used in the government's war on press freedom?

This Australian spying agency’s tell-all should make a good read

This Australian spying agency’s tell-all should make a good read

A history of the Australian Signals Directorate should address the blurring of lines between national security and commercial espionage revealed by Edward Snowden.

News Corp hypocrites finally encounter an act of surveillance they don’t like

News Corp hypocrites finally encounter an act of surveillance they don’t like

News Corp has actively cheered the expansion of the Coalition's police state. But now that one of its own is the target, News Corp is suddenly opposed to the world it helped create.

James Comey: former FBI director, whistleblower, hypocrite

James Comey: former FBI director, whistleblower, hypocrite

James Comey's decision to leak against Donald Trump typifies the hypocrisy of the intelligence establishment about official and unofficial leaks.

Rundle: Manning, Assange and our complicated relationship with transparency

Rundle: Manning, Assange and our complicated relationship with transparency

People want the revelations that WikiLeaks makes, without wanting WikiLeaks or its methods overmuch.

Do you Yahoo? Delete your account

Do you Yahoo? Delete your account

Got a Yahoo email account? Delete it - the NSA has been rifling through it, with the help of Yahoo itself, an explosive report has revealed.

Post calls for own source Snowden to face ‘criminal responsibility’ for leaks

Post calls for own source Snowden to face ‘criminal responsibility’ for leaks

The Washington Post has turned its back on its own source, Edward Snowden, in urging President Barack Obama to not pardon him.

How intelligence agencies undermine our computer security

How intelligence agencies undermine our computer security

Our intelligence agencies are supposed to keep us safe -- so why do they deliberately keep IT security flaws secret from users?

The hacker hacked: America doesn’t like cyber-snooping after all

The hacker hacked: America doesn’t like cyber-snooping after all

Americans are angry at the idea of Russian cyber-spies interfering in US politics. Except, the US and its allies do exactly the same thing on a far greater scale.

Silence on surveillance: why we’re less free and less secure than ever

Silence on surveillance: why we’re less free and less secure than ever

After three years of attacks on our online rights, surveillance and security are absent from the election campaign -- the result of a conspiracy of silence by the major parties.