Posts Tagged ‘Edward Snowden’

  1. Preliminary sketches for an hagiography of St. Edward of the Antipodes

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    August 30, 2013 by AK

    The more I think and learn about his progress, the more I doubt Edward Snowden’s sincerity. Sure enough, he helped reinvigorate the old debate in the US over the necessary judicial oversight for data collection, and exposed the potential for abuse of access to private data by the government. At what cost? Why reveal things …
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  2. Where to now, St. Edward? part two

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    July 7, 2013 by AK

    Venezuela, Bolivia or Nicaragua? Although it’s landlocked, I’d choose Bolivia for the healthy high-altitude climate in its Andean regions. A snow den as it were.


  3. Where to now, St. Edward?

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    June 23, 2013 by AK

     Edward Snowden is reportedly waiting for his flight in Sheremetyevo-2, one of Moscow’s three international airports. Flight to – where exactly? Quito, Havana, Caracas? Last time I’ve heard about this on the radio he was reported talking to an Ecuadoran diplomat right there at the airport. A few hours earlier, Moscow media said it would …
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  4. Thank God…

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    June 23, 2013 by AK

    Snowden’s not going to stay in Moscow. Reports have it that he’s headed to Cuba and hence to Venezuela.


  5. Snowden on the way to Moscow?

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    June 23, 2013 by AK

    Just heard it on the radio in the car. At 5pm Moscow time, he is expected to land. Snowden’s latest spill – see the Guardian – concerning the US cyber-snooping on China, smacks of treason rather strongly. I could only welcome his disclosures on how the US has the ability to spy on its own …
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