Snowden will not be interrogated in Germany after refusal of the Constitutional Tribunal

Former CIA analyst Edward Snowden will not be questioned in Germany after on Friday the Constitutional Tribunal (CT) in that country rejected an appeal by the parliamentary opposition groups, the Greens and the Left, which sought to force an interrogation in the country....

Snowden is awarded “Alternative Nobel” for his revelations

The former analyst for the US National Security Agency Edward Snowden today defended an “open” and “liberal” society when accepting the so-called “Alternative Nobel.” “All this has to do with making our society safer, the freedoms that we...

German press reports alleged espionage against Hillary Clinton

The German secret service spied at least one phone call from the former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, reported this Friday several German media. The newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung (SZ) and regional public broadcasters WDR and NDR of radio and television are based on...

Assange highlighted the effect of Edward Snowden’s revelations

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said that “revelations” of former CIA analyst Edward Snowden “turned people more aware,” according to a publication in the Brazilian press last Sunday. In an interview with the daily O ‘Estado de Sao Paulo, Assange...

British law of cyber and phone surveillance is criticized by Snowden

The former agent of the National Security Agency U.S. (NSA) Edward Snowden has described as “incredible” the UK decision to introduce an emergency law to monitor internet and telephone calls. In a statement to the newspaper “The Guardian” released today,...

Former Cameron’s adviser was sentenced to prison for wiretapping

A former aide of British Prime Minister David Cameron, Andy Coulson, was sentenced this Friday to 18 months in prison for illegal wiretapping that led to the closure of the `News of the World´ tabloid. Coulson, former chief editor of the magazine of the mogul Rupert Murdoch, was...

American espionage program comes to an end

The criticized phone program for collection of metadata will end on Friday as informed by a senior official to Agency France-Presse. The responsible for making the official announcement will be the U.S. President Barack Obama. The president is preparing to address the the...