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Edward Snowden in Hongkong Die Tragik des Whistleblowers

Anklage durch das FBI: John Kralik
Auf einmal ist alles verkehrt: Wie der in Hongkong untergetauchte Enthüller des amerikanischen Bespitzelungsprogramms Prism, Edward Snowden, China und die Welt in große Verwirrung stürzt. Mehr Von Mark Siemons, Peking 9 22

10 June 2013

Snowden Censored by Craven Media

Mr. Snowden, please send your 41 PRISM slides and other information to less easily cowed and overly coddled commercial outlets than Washington Post and Guardian. Their arm-waving, self-aggrandizing verbosity, after conspiring to obey official demand (below) to censor your information is a pattern well-documented by unfettered disclosure sites. Their piecemealing release is hoary dramatization, diverting cover-up, of failure to deliver untampered material. Your valor is yet to be fully disclosed, do not settle for being seduced by false promises portending being kicked under the bus. Heed this under-bus-kick published today by Secrecy News:

EDWARD SNOWDEN, SOURCE OF NSA LEAKS, STEPS FORWARD… „When you are subverting the power of government– that’s a fundamentally dangerous thing to democracy.“

„I’m willing to go on the record to defend the authenticity [of these disclosures]. This is the truth. This is what’s happening. You should decide whether we need to be doing this,“ he said of his disclosures.

In the history of unauthorized disclosures of classified information, a voluntary admission of having committed such disclosures is the exception, not the norm. And it confers a degree of dignity on the action. Yet it stops short of a full acceptance of responsibility. That would entail surrendering to authorities and accepting the legal consequences of „subverting the power of government“ and carrying out „a fundamentally dangerous thing to democracy.“

And two days ago this go-to-prison kick by The Atlantic:

Whistle-blowing is the moral response to immoral activity by those in power. What’s important here are government programs and methods, not data about individuals. I understand I am asking for people to engage in illegal and dangerous behavior. Do it carefully and do it safely, but — and I am talking directly to you, person working on one of these secret and probably illegal programs — do it.

High officers and rhetoricians convene safe at base to wargame, destined by history, to praise and send youngsters into harm’s way to protect high privilege, then crow about leadership, sacrifice, pretending remorse, gloating in amply-pensioned retirement. Bear in mind, fodder for their ambitions is how they see you imprisoned for disobedience, emblazoned in by-lined headlines, warehoused in vet hospitals, or best, flag-draped in coffins disappearing into vote-rigged databanks.

To effect his plan, Snowden asked for a guarantee that The Washington Post would publish – within 72 hours – the full text of a PowerPoint presentation describing PRISM, a top-secret surveillance program that gathered intelligence from Microsoft, Facebook, Google and other Silicon Valley companies. He also asked that The Post publish online a cryptographic key that he could use to prove to a foreign embassy that he was the document’s source.

Gellman told him the Post would not make any guarantee about what the Post published or when. The Post broke the story two weeks later, on Thursday. The Post sought the views of government officials about the potential harm to national security prior to publication and decided to reproduce only four of the 41 slides, Gellman wrote in his story about their communications.
Die USA – NSA hören Alles ab: Google, Apple, Facebook und Microsoft

Former CIA Employee, Snowden, Blows Whistle on NSA’s Dragnet Surveillance
By Marjorie Cohn, Truthout


June 11, 2013 -Just as Bradley Manning’s court-martial was getting underway, another brave whistleblower dropped a bombshell into the media: The Obama administration is collecting data on every telephone call we make. Nearly 64 years to the day after George Orwell published his prescient book 1984, we have learned that the „Thought Police“ are indeed watching every one of us. „They quite literally can watch your ideas form as you type,“ Edward Snowden told the Washington Post. A former undercover CIA employee who has worked at the National Security Agency (NSA) for four years, Snowden provided a secret order of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to the Guardian…
  continua / continued avanti - next    [98354] [ 14-jun-2013 21:36 ECT ]The Snowden Litmus Test
Margaret Kimberley


June 11, 2013 – Edward Snowden has been called a traitor, a narcissist, a loser and a danger to national security. Reporters have questioned whether he was friendly enough to his neighbors or why he made a good salary despite having just a GED. He has even been criticized for leaving the military after he broke his legs. His whereabouts are unknown because the federal government is preparing to file charges against him. Such extravagant and bizarre levels of vitriol can mean only one thing. When politicians and rich pundits all join together to deliver a very public beat down, the victim of the beating is probably someone who did the people a great service…
  continua / continued avanti - next    [98344] [ 14-jun-2013 16:21 ECT ]

Die Hawai, NSA Anlage


eines der Fotos


The whistleblowers are the new generation of American patriots
Gary Younge


June 16, 2013 – When Darrell Anderson, 22, joined the US military he knew there was going to be a war, and he wanted to fight it. „I thought I was going to free Iraqi people,“ he told me. „I thought I was going to do a good thing.“ Until, that is, he realised precisely what he had to do. While on patrol in Baghdad, he thought: „What are we doing here? Are we looking for weapons of mass destruction? No. Are we helping the people? No, they hate us. What are we working towards, apart from just staying alive? If this was my neighbourhood and foreign soldiers were doing this then what would I be doing?“ Within a few months, he says, „I was cocking my weapon at innocent civilians without any sympathy or humanity“. While home on leave he realised he was not going to be able to lead a normal life if he went back. His mum drove him to Canada, where I met him in 2006 at a picnic for war resisters in Fort Erie…
  continua / continued avanti - next    [98470] [ 20-jun-2013 19:22 ECT ]
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  1. Juni 23, 2013 um 1:58 pm

    Noch Einer aus den USA, das höchste Staats Beamte bespitzelt werden.

    Russ Tice, a former intelligence analyst and Bush-era NSA whistleblower, claimed Wednesday that the intelligence community has ordered surveillance on a wide range of groups and individuals, including high-ranking military officials, lawmakers and diplomats.

    He also made another stunning allegation. He says the NSA had ordered wiretaps on phones connected to then-Senate candidate Barack Obama back in 2004

  2. agroni
    Juli 22, 2013 um 3:04 pm

    Jeder weiess es

    Durch sie erfuhren Kanzleramtsminister Steinmeier und sein Nachfolger Thomas de Maizière, wenn afghanische Regierungsstellen die Taliban wieder einmal vor einer Aktion deutscher Soldaten gewarnt hatten.
    Wer viel nimmt, muss auch viel geben

    NSA-Hilfe bei der Entführung deutscher Staatsbürger hat Tradition: Als 2003 in der Sahara sechzehn deutsche Motorradtouristen gekidnappt wurden, nutzten die Entführer ein Thouraya-Satelittentelefon. Nur die NSA konnte den Code knacken und den genauen Standort des Telefons ermitteln.

    Ganz offiziell bezeichnet der BND die NSA heute als seinen wichtigsten Partner: Niemand sonst liefert so viele und so wertvolle Erkenntnisse ab. Würde die Kanzlerin die Präsidenten ihrer Geheimdienste fragen, ob es auch ohne die Amerikaner geht, wäre die Antwort: Nein, wir verlassen uns auf die NSA, wir haben einen Teil unserer Sicherheit outgesourct.

    Wer so viel nimmt, muss auch viel geben. Der BND hat eine Reihe streng geheimer Abkommen mit der NSA geschlossen. Sie regeln, an welchen Orten die Deutschen den Zugriff auf Datenströme organisieren und die Bits und Bytes an das NSA-Hauptquartier im amerikanischen Fort Meade weiterleiten.
    Die alte Form der Spionage ist tot

  3. nero
    August 15, 2013 um 5:26 am

    2 email Betreiber schlossen ihre Firma, weil die US Justiz versuchte die Inhaber von email accounts zu finden.

  4. recep
    Oktober 12, 2013 um 7:51 pm

    Video: Edward Snowden wins Sam Adams award
    Friday, 11 October 2013, 22:30 UTC

    This week Edward Snowden received the Integrity Award from the Sam Adams Associates for Integrity in Intelligence. These videos from the award ceremony are the first of Mr Snowden after being granted asylum in Russia.

    The videos show Mr Snowden as he was given the award by Ray McGovern (ex-CIA) who said „Sam Adams Associates are proud to honor Mr. Snowden’s decision to heed his conscience and give priority to the Common Good over concerns about his own personal future. We are confident that others with similar moral fiber will follow his example in illuminating dark corners and exposing crimes that put our civil rights as free citizens in jeopardy…. Just as Private Manning and Julian Assange exposed criminality with documentary evidence, Mr. Snowden’s beacon of light has pierced a thick cloud of deception. And, again like them, he has been denied some of the freedoms that whistleblowers have every right to enjoy.“

    Also present at the ceremony was WikiLeaks journalist Sarah Harrison who took Mr Snowden from Hong Kong to Moscow and obtained his asylum. The previous award winners, all United States Government whistleblowers, Thomas Drake (NSA), Jesselyn Raddack (DoJ) and Coleen Rowley (FBI), were also in attendance. These videos were filmed on the October 9 and are released for the first time today.

    Edward Snowden receives Sam Adams award in Moscow

  5. murki
    Oktober 31, 2013 um 8:00 am

    31.10.2013 – Beredtes Schweigen

    BERLIN (Eigener Bericht) – Neuen Hinweisen aus den USA zufolge nehmen
    die Geheimdienste Deutschlands und anderer europäischer Staaten aktiv
    und im großen Stil an der NSA-Spionage teil. Demnach forscht nicht nur
    der Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND) E-Mails von US-Bürgern aus; auch
    haben Geheimdienste mehrerer NATO-Mitglieder spezielle
    Kooperationsvereinbarungen mit Washington geschlossen, die den
    Austausch abgefangener Kommunikationsdaten beinhalten. Ob all dies nur
    mit den NATO-Kriegen in Zusammenhang steht, ist unklar. Das westliche
    Kriegsbündnis operiert keineswegs nur in Afghanistan, es befindet sich
    seit dem 4. Oktober 2001 auch im „Bündnisfall“ („Anti-Terror“-Krieg);
    doch häufen sich Anzeichen, dass die westlichen Dienste – deutsche
    inklusive – verbündeten Spionageorganisationen Zugang zu
    Kommunikationsdaten aus dem eigenen Land bieten, um ihnen die
    Auswertung von Materialien zu überlassen, die ihnen selbst untersagt
    wäre. Ein Experte für IT-Sicherheit weist darauf hin, dass deutsche
    Gesetze es dem Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik
    explizit gestatten, bekannte Sicherheitslücken zu verschweigen; das
    erleichtert Zugänge für deutsche sowie auswärtige Dienste. Wie der
    Experte vermutet, führen die Dienste zumindest der G20-Staaten
    sämtlich eine Totalüberwachung der Kommunikation durch – also auch
    deutsche Stellen.


  6. gostar
    Juli 6, 2014 um 5:45 pm

  7. lupo
    Februar 13, 2015 um 3:23 pm

    Digital Warfare: NSA STUXNET behind attacks on US, allies’ computers

  8. Februar 20, 2015 um 9:34 am

    20. Februar 2015, 06:20
    Neue Snowden-Enthüllung Geheimdienste hackten größten Hersteller von SIM-Karten

    Neue Snowden-Enthüllungen belegen, dass der US-Abhördienst NSA und sein britischer Partnerdienst GCHQ massenweise Verschlüsselungscodes des SIM-Karten-Herstellers Gemalto gestohlen haben.
    Das Unternehmen produziert im Jahr etwa zwei Milliarden Mikrochips.
    Mit den Daten konnten die Spionagedienste unbemerkt Mobiltelefone überwachen.

    Im großen Stil Verschlüsselungscodes geklaut

    Der US-Abhördienst NSA und sein britischer Partnerdienst GCHQ haben laut der neuesten Snowden-Enthüllung in großem Stil Verschlüsselungscodes für Handy-SIM-Karten gestohlen.

    Geheimen Unterlagen aus dem Jahr 2010 zufolge sei der Kartenhersteller Gemalto ins Visier genommen worden, berichtete die Enthüllungs-Website The Intercept. Die mit Hacker-Methoden erbeuteten Schlüssel zu den SIM-Karten ermöglichten es, unauffällig die Kommunikation von Nutzern zu überwachen….

  9. balkansurfer
    Juni 12, 2015 um 3:58 am

    4 June 2015. Add 91 pages to The New York Times. Tally now *4,197 pages of The Guardian first reported 58,000 files; caveat: Janine Gibson, The Guardian NY, said on 30 January 2014 „much more than 58,000 files in first part, two more parts“ (no numbers) (tally now less than ~5.8%). DoD claims 1,700,000 files (~.020% of that released). ACLU lists 525 pages released by the press. However, if as The Washington Post reported, a minimum of 250,000 pages are in the Snowden files, then less than 1% have been released. Note Greenwald claim on 13 September 2014 of having „hundreds of thousands“ of documents.

    28 May 2015. Add 23 pages to The Intercept.

    22 May 2015. Add 26 pages to CBC (with The Intercept).

    21 May 2015. Edward Snowden was quoted in Forbes on May 10, 2015:

    „What I did was that I worked in partnership with the journalists who received the material. As a condition of receiving the material they agreed, prior to publication, to run these stories by the government. Not for the government to censor them, but for the government to be able to look at these and go “look, this isn’t going to get anybody killed, this isn’t going to put a human agent behind enemy lines at risk” or something like that. “This isn’t going to make Al Qaeda be able to bomb buildings.” And I think the value of this model has been proven to be quite effective.“

    This indicates all stories about document releases have been „run-by governments prior to publication.“ Cryptome has filed an FOIA request to NSA for records of these „run-bys.“

    Top secret:

    VENICE, Italy — Over 17 years, David Darchicourt worked with the National Security Agency as a graphic designer and art director, illustrating top-secret documents about government surveillance programs. Now he is the unwitting central character in a new exhibition that puts the spotlight on the spy agency’s imagery.

    Inside the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, a cavernous Renaissance library in Venice’s St. Mark’s Square, some of Darchicourt’s designs for the NSA have been placed on display among historic 16th-century pieces by famed Italian painters like Veronese and Titian.

  10. balkansurfer
    Mai 26, 2016 um 8:02 pm

          NSA SID Today 178 Files 252 Pages /The Intercept  May 16, 2016 (5.5MB)
    2016-1303.htm         NSA Snowden Releases Tally Update - *6,574 Pages  May 16, 2016
    2016-1300.pdf         NSA SIGINT to HUMINT to SIGINT                    May 14, 2016
    2016-1299.htm         NSA Snowden Releases Tally Update - *6,322 Pages  May 14, 2016
  1. Juni 23, 2013 um 4:30 am

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