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Aadhaar Leaks | Assault on press freedom: Captain Amarinder slams UIDAI for filing FIR against scribe
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Aadhaar Leaks | Assault on press freedom: Captain Amarinder sl...

On a day that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, condemned UIDAI, Punjab CM Captain Amarinder also hit out at the body for filing an FIR against the scribe who reported the story. DNA, 1 month ago
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Edward Snowden says demand to link Aadhaar to services must be criminalised

He also expressed his fears that non-government companies have databases which can store personal data along with the Aadhaar details in another tweet
 Money Control1 month ago Here's what Edward Snowden has to say about the 'alleged' Aadhaar data breach  DNA1 month ago Snowden hints India's Aadhaar open for abuse  Business Standard1 month ago India's Aadhar open for abuse, says Edward Snowden  catchnews.com1 month ago
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Edward Snowden wades into Aadhaar debate, again

"Rarely do former intel chiefs and I agree," Edward Snowden began a tweet, wading, once again, into the huge Aadhaar debate.Snowden, involved in exposing a massive surveillance operation run by an American intelligence agency, said this while sharing an article on Aadhaar authored by a former head of India's external intelligence agency, the Research and Analysis Wing.KC Verma, whose piece Snowden retweeted, wrote about "the stupidities, fallacies, misconceptions, whims and fancies regarding ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Demanding Aadhaar as a proxy for identity must be criminalised: Edward Snowden  DNA1 month ago
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Snowden hails reporter who exposed flaws in UIDAI system

American whistleblower Edward Snowden on Tuesday came out in support of a national daily reporter, who has been booked for exposing alleged flaws in Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) system. Taking to Twitter, Snowden said instead of an ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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Snowden-backed Haven app uses your smartphone’s sensors for monitoring

Freedom of the Press Foundation where Edward Snowden is one of the directors and Guardian Project have jointly developed an open-source app called Haven for Android that uses a sensors on the phone to provide monitoring and protection of physical spaces.
 Fone Arena2 months ago Snowden's 'Haven' app turns smartphone into surveillance device  Business Standard2 months ago
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'True defender of human rights': Twitter mourns the loss of Asma Jahangir

On Sunday, Asma Jahangir, Pakistan’s renowned human rights lawyer, social activist and an outspoken critic of the country’s powerful military establishment, passed away in Lahore. Known for her outspoken nature and unrelenting pursuit for human rights, Asma, 66, was the first woman to serve as the President of Supreme Court Bar Association of Pakistan. Following her demise, people from all over the world expressed grief and sorrow, taking to Twitter to send their condolences to ...
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Review: The Post is good, but not brilliant

'Despite Spielberg's noble intentions, The Post never rises to the level of All The President's Men,' observes Aseem Chhabra. Before Edward Snowden and Julian Assange, there was Daniel Ellsberg, a former United States military analyst, who in 1971 leaked thousands of pages of a secret government report first to The New York Times and then to The Washington Post, and several other newspapers. The report that Ellsberg leaked -- better known as the Pentagon Papers -- essentially said that US ...
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US House passes crucial spying law

The US House of Representatives passed a crucial surveillance law today that reinforced the ability of the country's spy agencies to intercept and make use of Americans' private communications.The national security establishment saw the reauthorization of the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Pandering of so-called wilful defaulters is peculiar to India

Despite the Indian government’s recent efforts, anecdotal evidence indicates that there has been little change in the extortionist behaviour of a significant proportion of tax and police officials, says Jaimini Bhagwati. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com In his farewell address on January 17, 1961, the then US President Dwight D. Eisenhower said: “In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the ...
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10 reasons why you should be watching John Oliver

His public takedown of actor Dustin Hoffman was epic but no surprise for fans of Last Week Tonight. John Oliver accepts the Outstanding Variety Talk Series Emmy Award for Last Week Tonight with John Oliver from actor Priyanka Chopra in September.Photograph: Kevin Winter/Getty Images.   As accusations of sexual misconduct continue to flood Hollywood, John Oliver, the host of the popular Last Week Tonight, has shown us just what the next step of this movement needs to be. He got into a ...
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