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98%VideoOct 2014

Glenn Greenwald: Why privacy matters

(20:42) If you have nothing to hide, then what's the problem? Extremely powerful TEDtalk by Glenn Greenwald, who was one of the first reporters to see the files leaked by Edward Snowden.

98%VideoNov 2013

Mikko Hypponen: How the NSA betrayed the world's trust

(19:19) George Orwell was optimistic. Computer security expert Mikko Hypponen summarises Edward Snowden's NSA revelations.


96%AnimationFeb 2014

Reclaim Our Privacy

(3:20) Big data turns out to be Big Brother.

96%VideoJun 2013

What the US Constitution says about treason

(7:31) American political analyst and host of The Last Word Lawrence O'Donnell looks at how the US Constitution defines treason, and whether it can therefore be applied to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.


96%VideoAug 2013

Judge Napolitano: NSA data used for more than terrorism

(4:28) It's not just meta data, it's also the content of every email, every phone call and every text message, whether the communication is domestic or foreign.

95%VideoJun 2013

Edward Snowden, hero or traitor?

(8:33) TV investigative journalist Ben Swann puts some meat on the Edward Snowden case asking the question: who has actually committed a crime - Snowden or the NSA?


95%VideoJun 2013

Candidate Obama vs President Obama over government surveillance

(2:35) On August 1st, 2007, presidential candidate Barack Obama sharply criticised George W. Bush's government surveillance programs. But in 2013, he has changed his stance.


95%VideoJul 2013

Noam Chomsky: Snowden should be honoured

(5:16) July 2013: Noam Chomsky asked for his views on the Snowden affair and the NSA's surveillance programs.


95%VideoAug 2013

The Tonight Show - Obama talks about Edward Snowden

(4:52) August 4, 2013: President Barack Obama, talks to Jay Leno about Edward Snowden and the NSA affair.


95%VideoOct 2013

Stop watching us

(3:25) StopWatching.us is a coalition of more than 100 public advocacy organisations and companies from across the political spectrum.