A free-speech advocacy group wants to show its appreciation to Edward Snowden, the former U.S. intelligence contractor who publicly disclosed secret surveillance programs run by the National Security Agency.
The Obama administration decided to declassify many of the documents and release them as part of an effort to counter the demands for change and the wave of public indignation since whistleblower Ed Snowden revealed that the federal government was engaged in a vast spying program targeting the American people and the people of the world.
We are on the verge of rolling out the 'Thank You Ed Snowden' bus ads — help this campaign expand!
Join us in sending a letter to President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder urging them to withdraw the charge of espionage and all other criminal charges against Edward Snowden and to grant him immunity from prosecution for his whistle-blowing and disclosure activities.
The top story in today's Washington Post is "NSA taps Yahoo, Google links." The Associated Press headline put it more bluntly: "NSA broke into Yahoo, Google data servers."
The NSA and other intelligence agencies have been lying. With each passing day and with each new revelation, their political support is unraveling as the politicians backing them move to distance themselves.
Thank you to all the organizers, volunteers and supporters of PCJF’s Thank You Ed Snowden who helped bring the message into the streets of Washington D.C.
Thousands of people are taking to the streets of Washington, D.C., this Saturday, October 26 for a major Rally Against Mass Surveillance.
A delegation representing U.S. whistleblowers have just met with Edward Snowden in Russia to show their support for his courageous actions that have exposed the massive U.S. spying program directed against the American people as well as people all over the world.
Former NSA and CIA Director Suggests that Whistleblower Ed Snowden be Put on Kill List of U.S. Intelligence Agencies
General Michael Hayden, the former Director of the NSA and CIA, in a thinly veiled comment suggested today that whistleblower Ed Snowden should be assassinated by U.S. intelligence agencies.