[email protected] invited Edward Snowden to give a free, public talk (via videoconference). Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, best known for leaking documents in 2013 about NSA surveillance activities, talks about surveillance in Canada.
The talk was held on Wednesday, November 2, 2016, 7 p.m. in Leacock 132, McGill University
With international digital security scandals in the headlines, now more than ever people are asking, “As global citizens, what are our rights and responsibilities when it comes to privacy?”
This drove the conversation with former American intelligence officer and fugitive Edward Snowden at Dal (via livestream from Moscow, Russia). Professor Frank Harvey, Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences at Dalhousie University, agrees. Dr. Harvey was moderator for the Snowden discussion, accompanied by Mr. Snowden’s legal counsel, Robert Tibbo.
October 05, 2019 C-SPAN News Edward Snowden On His New Book "Permanent Record" Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden talked about exposing the U.S. government’s mass surveillance program and having to go into exile as a result. Mr. Snowden appeared on the ACLU’s “At Liberty” podcast, hosted by ACLU executive director Anthony Romero.
And anyone asking for his arrest should be locked up in jail themselves for complicity to corruption. Snowden is a must see movie that will change your way of thinking about mainstream social medias, big tech companies and the way governments use them to spy on their naive population.