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Facebook Given Better Gender Option For Users

In today’s society, there are a wide range of genders that the public would class themselves as. Facebook‘s official diversity account has now announced a new feature to the gender input process, where users can now…

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John McAfee Tells Google Users to “Wise Up”

John McAfee has one of the best known names in the industry and often finds himself the focus of unique and interesting tales, today is no different.  The cybersecuity pioneer has spoken out at Google users,…

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The NSA Touches “Only 1.6%” Of Daily Global Internet Traffic

According to a report by Russia Today the NSA is claiming that it “only touches 1.6%” of daily internet traffic. By the standards of percentages, 1.6% is relatively low, but if you factor in just how…

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North Korean Tablet Shown On Video

North Korea is a very isolated nation when it comes to the latest “technology and gadgets”. Much of this is due to the rather secretive nature of the North Korean government and administration. A tablet spotted…

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Snowden Is Now Protected From Deportation Or Extradition

Russia Today reports that with Edward Snowden now having secured temporary asylum in Russia he can no longer be legally extradited or deported to the USA, except with his own permission. Legal experts have stated that…

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Snowden Is Granted 1 Year Aslyum In Russia, Leaves Airport

It has been a long wait and a steep uphill struggle for Edward Snowden, but finally he has been delivered some good news. Russia have decided to grant Edward Snowden the formal paperwork needed for temporary…

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Putin Says He Is Unaware Of Snowden’s Russian Citizenship Intentions

According to Russia Today Russian President Vladimir Putin says he knows nothing of Edward Snowden’s intention to become a Russian citizen. His personal spokesperson stated that: “I do not know whether he filed all the documents…

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Venezuela Attacks The USA’s Meddling Agenda

RT reports that Venezuela’s foreign ministry has blasted Washington for their diplomatic conduct. Venezuela has described the USA actions as demonstrating a “meddling agenda” and as a result they ended current diplomatic negotiations stating “The Bolivarian…

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U.S-Russian Relations Above Snowden Case Says Putin

According to RT Vladimir Putin has reiterated that U.S-Russian relations are more important than the Edward Snowden case. Despite contrary media reports, Putin says he has no intention of sacrificing relations over one man. Putin reiterated…

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U.S Official Urges Obama To Use “Any And All Pressure” On Russia To Get Snowden

Congressman Michael McCaul, U.S House of Representatives Homeland Security Committee Chairman, has stated that he believes Edward Snowden is a traitor to the USA who has put national security at risk. He claims that with Edward…

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Latin American Nations Withdraw Ambassadors From Europe After Jet Incident

Russia Today reports that the backlash against Europe after the Bolivian Jet incident is now growing in Latin America. After having a serious emergency meeting already four countries have now decided to withdraw their ambassadors from…

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Russian Officials In Favour Of Snowden Asylum

Russian officials have been making statements in support of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and his asylum request in Russia. Russian Federation Council Speaker Valentina Matviyenko believes that his country should offer Edward Snowden asylum and in a…

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Edward Snowden Ready To Accept Russian Terms Of Asylum

Edward Snowden has recently been meeting with human rights activists in Russia to help determine his future. Human Rights Watch representative Tatyana Lokshina has stated that Edward Snowden is now ready to seek asylum in Russia because…

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Snowden Gets Issued A World Passport By World Services Authority

The World Services Authority (WSA) is a Washington-based branch of the world government of world citizens. Just yesterday it issued a “World Passport” to Edward Snowden giving him “world citizenship”. The announcement on Twitter by the…

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Venezuela Ratifies Asylum Decision For Snowden

Venezuela has already confirmed that it has received Edward Snowden’s asylum request and now it has reportedly ratified the asylum request. El Nuevo Empresario reports that the Venezuelan foreign affairs minister announced the decision to grant…

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NSA Spied On Countries In Latin America

The NSA has been spying on the whole world, that’s not news to anyone. However, on the back of the USA trying to exert pressure on Latin America to not accept Edward Snowden’s asylum these latest…

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Snowden Claims NSA and German Intelligence Are “In Bed Together”

The German intelligence service, BND, is apparently pretty cosy with the USA’s NSA if Edward Snowden is to be believed. Der Spiegel reports Edward Snowden as saying that the NSA and the BND are “in bed…

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Venezuela Says Asylum Offer For Snowden Has Deadline

Edward Snowden recently received political asylum offers from Venezuela, Nicaragua and Bolivia taking his total number of options to three, if you exclude the fact he rejected Russia’s asylum offer. Yet despite this Edward Snowden has to…

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Cuba Backs Latin American Asylum Offers

With Venezuela, Nicaragua and Bolivia all offering the infamous NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden asylum, Cuba’s president Raul Castro has said that he supports the decisions of the Latin American government. Cuba also received an asylum request…

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Iceland Won’t Be Granting Snowden Citizenship Or Asylum

Despite the best efforts of Iceland’s Official Pirate Party, the country will not be offering him citizenship. This is due to the fact that the Icelandic parliament refused to hear the proposal and will be taking…

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Privacy Groups Demand NSA Surveillance Shut-Down

The American privacy watchdog group, the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), has announced plans to file a petition to the USA’s Supreme Court to make the National Security Agency (NSA) stop gathering surveillance data on American citizens. EPIC…

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Bolivia Join Venezuela And Nicaragua In Offering Snowden Asylum

During a speech yesterday Evo Morales officially offered NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden, political asylum in his country Bolivia. Quoted in El Comercio Morales said that “As a protest, we just want to say to the Europeans…

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Pirate Party Of Iceland Pushing For Citizenship For Edward Snowden

Iceland’s Pirate Party is now represented in parliament after election success earlier this year and they are doing their bit for Edward Snowden by requesting that he be granted citizenship in Iceland so he can be…

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U.S Admits To Discussing Flight-Blocking With Countries Over Snowden

Yesterday there was an incident that saw Bolivian President Evo Morales forced to land in Austria after suspicions that Edward Snowden was onboard. His plane was refused entry into airspace of Portugal, Spain and France on…

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Snowden’s Asylum Options: 1 Withdrawn 10 Rejected 10 Pending

According to reports by RT.com Snowden’s options for political asylum are rapidly evaporating. The NSA whistleblower has withdrawn his application for Asylum to Russia after they told him he could only have asylum if he stopped…

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Bolivian Jet Grounded Over Claims Snowden Is Onboard, UN Complaint Ensues

Bolivia’s president Evo Morales was flying back from Russia where he was attending an energy summit when his plane was forced to land in Austria. The reason? Italy, France, Spain and Portugal had all refused to…

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Snowden Releases List Of Countries Contacted For Political Asylum Requests

While it is now relatively common knowledge that the famous internet surveillance NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden is stuck in Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport, it hasn’t been well documented where he was seeking political asylum up until now. We’ve…