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29/6/2013, Anonymous IRC
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Estamos tentando oferecer um guia das informações importantes e algumas opiniões sobe o escândalo NSA/Prism e a situação de Edward Snowden. Está separado em cinco categorias: Matéria de jornal sobre Vigilância / Reações de/ Opiniões de/sobre Snowden / Documentos vazados / e Artigos que não se encaixaram em nenhuma das outras categorias.

Estamos fazendo o possível para evitar a redundância. A relação abaixo não é completa e tende, claro, para o nosso lado: muitas das informações foram recolhidas de nosso Twitter que tende, também é claro, para o nosso lado. Se você achar que deve incluir algum artigo, deixe um comentário.

Matérias de jornal sobre vigilância:

June 6th: NSA collecting phone records of millions of Verizon customers daily – Glenn Greenwald for The Guardian
June 20th: The top secret rules that allow NSA to use US data without a warrant – Glenn Greenwald for The Guardian
June 21st: GCHQ taps fibre-optic cables for secret access to world’s communications – Ewen MacAskill, Julian Borger, Nick Hopkins, Nick Davies and James Ball for The Guardian
June 22th: For secretive surveillance court, rare scrutiny in wake of NSA leaks – Peter Wallsten, Carol D. Leonnig and Alice Crites for The Washington Post
June 25th: NSA takes surveillance fact sheets off website – Alex Byers for Politico
June 27th: NSA collected US email records in bulk for more than two years under Obama – Glenn Greenwald for The Guardian
June 27th: How the NSA is still harvesting your online data – Glenn Greenwald and Spencer Ackerman for The Guardian
June 27th: FAQ: What You Need to Know About the NSA’s Surveillance Programs – Jonathan Stray for ProPublica
June 27th: Latest Glenn Greenwald Scoop Vindicates One Of The Original NSA Whistleblowers – Michael Kelly for Business Insider
June 28th: Secret Court Declassifies Yahoo’s Role in Disclosure Fight – Claire Cain Miller and Nicole Perlroth for the New York Times
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Updated June 29th: NSA slides explain the PRISM data-collection program – Washington Post

Reações Internas (EUA) e Internacionais

Domestic and international reactions:
June 24th: Senators: NSA must correct inaccurate claims over privacy protections – Spencer Ackerman for The Guardian
June 26th: GCHQ surveillance: Germany blasts UK over mass monitoring – Alan Travis, Kate Connolly and Nicholas Watt for The Guardian
June 26th: Memories of Stasi color Germans’ view of U.S. surveillance programs – Matthew Schofield for McClatchy
June 28th: Senators want public answers on NSA surveillance – Richard Lardner for Associated Press
June 30th: Key US-EU trade pact under threat after more NSA spying allegations – Ian Traynor in Brussels, Louise Osborne in Berlin and Jamie Doward for The Guardian
June 30th: Secret-court judges upset at portrayal of ‘collaboration’ with government- Carol D. Leonnig, Ellen Nakashima and Barton Gellman for The Washington Post
June 30th: German prosecutors probe NSA surveillance claims – Frank Jordans for Associated Press

Edward Snowden
Sobre Edward Snowden:

June 23rd: Hong Kong shocked and relieved at Snowden’s departure to ‘third country’– Ernest Tao for the South China Morning Post
June 23rd: Snowden’s travels raise concerns of foreign involvement – Richard Wolf for USA Today
June 24th: Edward Snowden’s departure from Hong Kong filled with intrigue, questions – by Jia Lynn Yang for the Washington Post
June 24th: HK chief defends handling of Snowden affair – Agence France-Presse
June 25th: Kerry: US Not Looking for Confrontation with Russia over Snowden – Scott Stearns for Voice of America
June 25th: Snowden sought Booz Allen job to gather evidence on NSA surveillance – Lana Lam for the South China Morning Post
June 27th: Ecuador offers U.S. rights aid, waives trade benefits – Alexandra Valencia and Brian Ellsworth for Reuters
June 28th: Ecuador: Snowden travel doc issued from London embassy “has no validity” (and: Diplomats from Russia, Cuba, Venezuela, and Ecuador will meet on Monday to discuss the Snowden situation) – Cyrus Farivar for Ars Technica
June 28th: Ecuador cools on Edward Snowden asylum as Assange frustration grows– Rory Carroll and Amanda Holpuch for The Guardian
June 30th: Ecuador president: Snowden can’t leave Moscow – Associated Press


June 20th: Analysis: Government Privatization Paves the Way for Crony Corruption – Norm Ornstein for Government Executive
June 22nd: On the Espionage Act charges against Edward Snowden – Glenn Greenwald for The Guardian
June 23rd: U.S. Surveillance Is Not Aimed at Terrorists – Leonid Bershidsky for Bloomberg
June 23rd: The Snowden Effect, Special Sunday Edition – Charles P. Pierce for Esquire
June 24th: The Other Snowden Drama: Impugning the Messenger – David Carr for The New York Times
June 24th: Demonizing Edward Snowden – Which Side Are You On? – John Cassidy for the New Yorker
June 24th: Anglo-Saxon Spies: German National Security Is at Stake – Jakob Augstein for Der Spiegel
June 26th: Why U.S. is being humiliated by the hunt for Snowden – Simon Tisdall for CNN
June 26th: The US is the one with some explaining to do – South China Morning Post Editorial
June 26th: The personal side of taking on the NSA: emerging smears – Glenn Greenwald for The Guardian
June 27th: Lawyers said Bush couldn’t spy on Americans. He did it anyway. – Timothy B. Lee for the Washington Post
June 27th: If Big Brother came back, he’d be a public-private partnership – Timothy Garton Ash for The Guardian
June 27th: What an NSA charm offensive looks like – Jack Shafer for Reuters
June 28th: Who is Leaking More: Edward Snowden or the Government Officials Condemning Him? – By Trevor Timm for Freedom Of The Press Foundation
June 28th: The Criminal N.S.A. – Jennifer Stisa Granick and Christopher Jon Sprigman for The New York Times
June 29th: Who’s a Journalist? A Question With Many Facets and One Sure Answer– Margaret Sullivan for The New York Times
June 29th: Freedom: The Big American Lie – Thomas Frank for Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Documentos vazados:

Artigos que não se encaixam nas outras categorias:

June 26th: Al-Qaida said to be changing its ways after leaks – Kimberly Dozier for Associated Press
For comparison, April 16th 2011: Al-Qaida in Yemen adapts to evade U.S. – Adam Goldman and Matt Apuzzo for Associated Press
June 27th: Restricted web access to The Guardian is Armywide, officials say – Phillip Molnar for The Monterey County Herald
June 27th: Few Consequences When Cybersecurity Contractors Go Bad – Josh Glasstetter for techpersident

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