Edward Snowden

Protect Communications Privacy for All of Us—Not Just Lawmakers and Reporters

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Jun 22nd, 2021

The Public Should Have Access to the Surveillance Court’s Opinions

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Apr 19th, 2021

EU Court of Justice Grapples with U.S. Surveillance in Schrems II

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Jul 26th, 2019

The Snowden Effect, Six Years On

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Jun 6th, 2019

The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board’s Disappointing Report on PPD-28 Implementation

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Oct 24th, 2018

On Big Brother Watch v. U.K.: The Future of Surveillance at Two Europe-Wide Courts

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Oct 15th, 2018

New U.K. Law Fails European Court Standards on Mass Interception Disclosed by Snowden

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Sep 27th, 2018

Let’s Leave “Crisis” and “Emergency” For the Real Thing

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Feb 14th, 2018

Episode 51 of the National Security Podcast: Temporary, Immediate, and Unmonitored Access to this Podcast

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Dec 27th, 2017

Five (Overlooked) Decision Points for the Trump Administration in National Security

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Jan 4th, 2017

Trump’s Whistleblowers—Why Pardoning Manning and Snowden Makes Sense Now

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Nov 17th, 2016

The World Doesn’t Need a “Snowden Treaty”

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Oct 21st, 2015

Latest UK Judgment on Post-Snowden Surveillance

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Jun 24th, 2015

Sunsets Need Sunshine:  What We Can Learn from the USA Freedom Act

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Jun 2nd, 2015

(Unadulterated) USA Freedom Act to become law [UPDATED with vote tally]

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Jun 2nd, 2015

Senator McConnell’s Modest Proposal to Reform Section 215: Don’t!

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Apr 23rd, 2015

Extending Privacy Protections to Foreigners Will Benefit Americans

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Nov 6th, 2014

Twitter’s First Amendment Suit & the Warrant-Canary Question

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Oct 10th, 2014

Nine to One, Baby, One in Nine: Surveillance by the Numbers

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Jul 8th, 2014

Is Edward Snowden Engaged in Civil Disobedience? —A Response to Glennon

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Jun 5th, 2014

Is Snowden Obliged to Accept Punishment?

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Jun 3rd, 2014

Lavabit’s Owner Goes Public: His Legal Ordeal Makes For Bad Law

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May 21st, 2014