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11 HOURS AGO - The Guardian

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Petition to pardon Edward Snowden rejected by Obama administration

The White House responded to 168,000 signatories with its unwavering position that the NSA whistleblower should return to US to face espionage chargesThe White House has rejected a petition to pardon NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, dubbing the former contractor’s revelations about the US government’s surveillance apparatus as “dangerous” and compromising to national security.Responding to a “We the People” petition, launched ...

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11 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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White House: 'Pardon Edward Snowden? LOL!'

WASHINGTON -- Despite a petition 167,000 strong, the White House is, unsurprisingly, in no hurry to welcome NSA contractor-turned-whistleblower Edward Snowden back to the United States.  Finally responding on Tuesday to a 2013 petition, the Obama administration said it would not pardon the former government contractor who revealed sweeping government surveillance on millions of Americans. The administration also called Snowden a ...

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18 HOURS AGO - Cleveland Plain Dealer

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More Benghazi documents; suspected serial killer had list; NATO to discuss Turkey-Syria border crisis: A.M. News Links (video)

Also, NSA will not be allowed to keep old phone records; family of Sandra Bland hopes to get answers as investigations continue; 21 killed in gun battle at wedding in northern Afghanistan

Tags: More Benghazi documents; suspected serial killer had list; NATO to discuss Turkey-Syria border crisis: A.M. News Links (video),  Nsa Latest News

21 HOURS AGO - BBC

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21 HOURS AGO - The Guardian

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Peru's government brings in sweeping police access to mobile phone metadata

Congress bypassed to enact new laws that force telecommunications companies to hand over years of records without any warrant being required Related: NSA will destroy millions of American calling records 'as soon as possible' Peru’s government has ordered telecommunications companies to grant police access without a warrant to mobile phone users’ locations and other call data in real time and ...

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