Snowden and Texeira: Ten years of disaster
Jack Texeira is at the centre of this puzzle but remains the missing piece. We have heard nothing from him. A rather unconvincing interview with a suspiciously fluent, pixeled out acquaintance grassing him up to the Washington Post stated that he was a right wing patriot.
Ecological imperialism and the Canadian mining industry
In 2013, Edward Snowden’s leak of documents pertaining to the inner workings of National Security Agency (NSA) sparked international revelations about the reach and unaccountability of Washington’s international surveillance apparatus. One series of documents that remain understudied, however, concern similar activities orchestrated by the Canadian government.
Pegasus: why the booming surveillance software industry is vulnerable to abuse; also: Snowden interview
The world’s most sophisticated commercially-available spyware may be being abused, according to an investigation by 17 media organisations in ten countries.
Time for a new Toolbox
Review of Snowden’s ToolBox: Trust in the Age of Surveillance