The NSA built one of the biggest ever data centers in the world in Bluffdale, Utah. And now locals want to cut off its water supply. I went to visit. This article is coming out in the upcoming edition of Froh magazine.
Surveillance has a long history in Berlin, which might be why Berliners have been so touchy about the Snowden affair. But then again, we know now that Germany’s relations with the NSA have always been unhealthily intimate. This article appeared in Exberliner‘s September 2014 edition.
A UK firm has been selling software to dictatorships to help them track down opposition activists. Now the rights group Privacy International has scored a legal victory that may – one day – curb the trade.
Snowden’s latest revelations show that the National Security Agency has the capacity to store 100 percent of a given nation’s phone calls and store them for a month. Is there no other way of preventing terrorist attacks?
Edward Snowden has been on the receiving end of what some are calling a “witch hunt” by US legislators, who keep insinuating he is a Russian spy. He has defended his reputation – and condemns the media for its role.