Greenwald is a slavish disciple of WikiLeaks founder Assange, now hiding out in the Marxist embassy of Ecuador because he doesn't want to face sex crimes charges in Sweden. Greenwald himself appeared on Russian Today TV to defend Assange. OK, so what about NSA?
Jan 27, 2020 · As Common Dreams reported last week, the NSA whistleblower, who has lived with asylum protection in Russia for the past several years, is also among the political observers who have pointed out that although even some of Greenwald's critics have rallied behind him in recent days, Assange has not experienced such solidarity. Jun 11, 2013 · A few months ago, Poitras met Greenwald at a New York hotel and informed him that the source in question was working for an NSA contractor and had "documents showing serious government wrongdoing." Greenwald set up the encryption software and began speaking directly with Snowden in late March or early April, he said. Greenwald reveals that a program called X-KEYSCORE allows "real-time" monitoring of a person's online activities, enabling the NSA to observe emails and browsing activities as they happen, down to Jun 11, 2013 · Greenwald described the [NSA's] collection of phone records on Monday as 'rampant abuse and it needs sunlight. That's why [Snowden] came forward and that's why we published our stories.' " Jan 20, 2014 · Bill Maher acknowledged his respect for former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden during Real Time's return episode on Friday, while comparing him to former Rep. Ron Paul (R “The NSA has so radically misled everyone for so long about its true purpose that revealing its actual institutional function was shocking to many, many people, and is the key context for understanding these other specific revelations,” Greenwald told the Reddit crowd. May 27, 2014 · Greenwald slammed the NSA for its incompetence in allowing Snowden to steal and download 1.7 million sensitive documents, which he believes is further evidence of the country’s inability to guarantee data security.
Jun 14, 2013 · Glenn Greenwald: Addressing many of the issues arising from last week's NSA stories
On NSA disclosures, has Glenn Greenwald become something On NSA disclosures, has Glenn Greenwald become something other than a reporter? Britain’s The Guardian newspaper reporter Glenn Greenwald talks to The Associated Press in Hong Kong on June 11 Amazon.com: Customer reviews: No Place to Hide: Edward The NSA's mission, as Greenwald relates to us, is to "collect it all" and "know it all," and Greenwald correctly points out that this kind of Orwellian mass surveillance is a gross violation of our Fourth Amendment rights, which prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures. Greenwald cross-examines and challenges the statements made by
May 14, 2014 · Glenn Greenwald talked about his book, [No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State], in which he chronicles his meeting in Hong Kong with Edward Snowden, during
Apr 28, 2015 · In his new book, No Place to Hide, Greenwald briefly goes over his adventures/experience on meeting with Edward Snowden and revealing US's NSA surveillance program. Greenwald explains the difficulties and obstacles that were involved before the story went live, mostly by reluctant lawyers, and news agencies such as NYT and Washington Post. As a blogger, author, and relentless commentator on all things related to the NSA, Greenwald had been here before. He figured it was a setup, or nut job, and disregarded the message. The source Edward Joseph Snowden (born June 21, 1983) is an American whistleblower who copied and leaked highly classified information from the National Security Agency (NSA) in 2013 when he was a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) employee and subcontractor. Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State. In May 2013, Glenn Greenwald set out for Hong Kong to meet an anonymous source who claimed to have astonishing evidence of pervasive government spying and insisted on communicating only through heavily encrypted channels.