Edward Snowden – Canada and the Surveillance State

Published on Mar 4, 2015

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Snowden Live: Canada and the Surveillance State

Streamed live on Mar 4, 2015

Join CJFE for a discussion about the state of mass surveillance in Canada, featuring a live Q&A with Edward Snowden. Whistleblower, former NSA contractor, and subject of the Oscar-winning documentary “Citizenfour,” Edward Snowden has sparked an international conversation on surveillance, privacy, and national security. But in the wake of the Snowden leaks, what have we learned? Where are we headed? And what questions remain?

Moderated by Anna Maria Tremonti, Host of CBC Radio’s The Current and CJFE Board member, Snowden will be answering questions submitted in advance via Twitter.

Canadians can submit their questions for Edward Snowden using #AskSnowden.

Glenn Greenwald on Canada, the surveillance state and the future of the internet [Full interview]

Published on Nov 8, 2014

In Montreal this October for a series of speaking engagements, Glenn Greenwald sat down with Ricochet Editor Ethan Cox for a feature interview touching on the role of Canada in the state surveillance exposed by Snowden, the best and worst case scenarios for the future of the internet and the trouble with the term terrorism.

Exclusive: Glenn Greenwald on terrorism, security, journalism and activism in Canada

Published on Nov 4, 2014

rabble.ca spoke to Glenn Greenwald in advance of his address in Ottawa on October 25, 2014.

Glenn Greenwald was in Ottawa October 25 to speak about state surveillance, privacy and its impact on Canadians. CSEC (Canadian Security Establishment Canada), is Canada’s version of the NSA. CSEC is a full partner in Five Eyes. CSEC is putting the final touches on their new facility in Ottawa, at $1.5 billion dollars, it is the most expensive building ever built in Canada. What are they doing there?

Glenn Greenwald along with his colleagues at The Guardian was awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for his work on the Edward Snowden NSA documents. Glenn is also a NYT best selling author and frequent commenter on CBC, MSNBC, Morning Joe, and Democracy Now. Glenn Greenwald is now recognized as one of the most influential journalists in America.

In addition to his fearless reporting on Snowden, Greenwald is known for his relentless and uncompromising writing on Chelsea Manning, civil rights, privacy, a complicit media, Wikileaks, torture, and American exceptionalism.

His latest book, No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State – tells the story of his meeting with Edward Snowen and the ensuing turmoil that roiled the US security state right up to the Oval Office. Amazon recently deemed No Place to Hide – our pick for the best book of 2014 (so far) in Nonfiction.
If you are interested in politics, the NSA, the media, or the security state, no one is writing more cogently, scathingly, or with such passion and precision, as Glenn Greenwald.

Production credits:
Video and post production: Jase Tanner
Interviewer: Amira Elghawaby
Produced by: Kim Elliott for rabble.ca

MUST SEE! Glenn Greenwald In Canada Days After “Terrorists Attacks” In Their Country

Published on Nov 11, 2014

November 11, 2014 C-SPAN http://MOXNews.com


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