Hope he is behind bull## proof glass.
“Hello Edward, what color is the building you’re in? What kind of view do you have from your window?”
So will the NSA be able to track down his location once he’s online?
I’d love to ask him a question, but I’m afraid the NSA will be monitoring.
The best expose on PRISM now comes from the 40 year career NSA employee, William Benny, who became the director of Intelligence there under Geroge W. Bush. He has gone public since Snowden and detailed the full capabilities of PRISM and what the NSA was doing.
Someone needs to ask him if his ex-girlfriend does lap-dances.
I scanned some of the questions..the one I would like answered- if he even knows- is it possible/easy/very difficult to access data on members of Congress and Judiciary? Could a savvy person get and copy such info?
Already countless questions at link.
All Snowden would have to do is drive around Hong Kong picking up on unlocked WiFi Signals ... there must be 50 every block
Exposing yourself to questions from an internet forum is much smarter than to sit down with some MSM dingbat like Barbara Walters, Larry King, Piers Morgan, Diane Sawyer, Sean Hannity, Charlie Rose, Matt Lauer,.................
This internet thingy could become a powerful medium, if people would wake up and turn off CNN, MSNBC and Fox News Channel which is the official channel of Big Brother.
Booz Allen is evidently a NSA sweatshop that paid him 78k less that he made elsewhere. Booz Allen the Walmart of defense contractors.
Unfortunately, shortly after assuming power, he closed the door on investigating systemic violations of law, deepened and expanded several abusive programs, and refused to spend the political capital to end the kind of human rights violations like we see in Guantanamo, where men still sit without charge.
Assuming power, cool phrase, Eddie.
The restrictions against this are policy based, not technically based, and can change at any time. Additionally, audits are cursory, ,
Translation, IT guys can get around the empty suits guys who think that they are in charge.
I have to admit that the dialogue sounds like Snowden. But I’m still mystified as to how he has (or if he really has) escaped being found (and possibly controlled) by the Chinese government.
I don’t see anyway that we can be assured one way or another as to whether his answers are being filtered by the Chinese. Probably not. But the fact is that his answers certainly benefit the Chinese. He is really arguing the far left view that NSA should not be monitoring foreigners on a broad scale anymore that Americans. The Chinese would certainly support that view.
Tweet: Edward, there is rampant speculation, outpacing facts, that you have or will provide classified US information to the Chinese or other governments in exchange for asylum. Have/will you?
Snowden: "This is a predictable smear that I anticipated before going public, as the US media has a knee-jerk "RED CHINA!" reaction to anything involving HK or the PRC, and is intended to distract from the issue of US government misconduct. Ask yourself: if I were a Chinese spy, why wouldn't I have flown directly into Beijing? I could be living in a palace petting a phoenix by now."
He seems quite certain that the Chinese are really "Good Guys". Question for Snowden that should be asked: What if the Chinese get to read that Thumb Drive in your pocket?
Good luck with that.
Eddie is being naive. Of course, they won't shut them down, but these companies are operated as predatory monopolies. If they don't cooperate, they are threatened with anti-trust scrutiny.
Just because the FCC has been deaf, dumb, and blind when it comes to corporate media does not mean that they could not be instructed by Commissars of the Police State to start attending to the business that are pretending to do.
I imagine everyone's experience is different, but for me, there was no single moment. It was seeing a continuing litany of lies from senior officials to Congress - and therefore the American people - and the realization that that Congress, specifically the Gang of Eight, wholly supported the lies that compelled me to act. Seeing someone in the position of James Clapper - the Director of National Intelligence - baldly lying to the public without repercussion is the evidence of a subverted democracy. The consent of the governed is not consent if it is not informed.
A twenty nine year old high school dropout giving Bill Ayer's best bud a lecture on transparency.
Ain't America great, terrorist bombers are best buds of the POTUS, and some hacker guy who disclosed what everyone was told in an USA Today article in 2006 becomes an enemy of the state.
Actually Eddie you are very old news. You have outlived your news cycle and your fifteen minutes of infamy.
The story of the day on CNN seems to be some billionaire sugar daddy who put his hands around the neck of his celebrity chef trophy wife in a public restaurant in London.
Government is gone, stolen. Snowden is just giving us more details how it’s happening. Brave man.
Imagine all the lawyers
I wonder if you can...