Edward Snowden warns of a loss of privacy in his Alternative Christmas message broadcast on Channel 4 Whistleblower and former NSA contractor Edward Snowden has appeared in a televised Christmas message from his secret refuge in Moscow, with a warning to the world about U. S. and British espionage. Edward Snowden's Christmas message, conveyed to the world courtesy of the UK's Channel 4, from his Russian exile is simple: " end mass surveillance. " Alas, in a world in which social media exhibitionism is the norm, is his message increasingly falling on deaf ears?
After all, there is a Duck Dynasty. Dec 26, 2013. Edward Snowden's Christmas message: a child born today will have no. Channel 4 broadcast the video as The Alternative Christmas Message 2013. governments and citizens around the world have been prompted to. It’s not quite Queen Elizabeth or Barack Obama, but 2013 whistleblower extraordinaire Edward Snowden pulled no punches in his own alternative Christmas greeting to the free world. NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has delivered his ‘Alternative Christmas Message’ via a British TV channel.
The. In a televised Christmas address to millions of viewers, National Security Agency details leaker Edward Snowden gave out something of a Christmas message to the world, through a speech that called for the end of mass surveillance that millions are subjected to in both the United States and abroad. Dec 25, 2013 · World; Edward Snowden says NSA spying worse than Orwell’s ‘1984’ in his 'Alternative Christmas Message The Guardian revealed Snowden's. Dec 26, 2013 · Edward Snowden warns of the dangers posed by mass surveillance in an alternative Christmas message broadcast on Channel 4 in the UK.
World news Edward Snowden. Ex-National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden has delivered an" alternative" UK Christmas message, urging an end to mass surveillance. The broadcast was carried on Channel 4 as an. Edward J. Snowden delivered an alternative Christmas message on British television. The former American security contractor warned of the dangers posed by the loss of privacy. Dec 25, 2013.
Former U. S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, who revealed details of electronic. World News. The “Alternative Christmas Message”, broadcast annually on Britain's Channel 4 television since 1993.
National Security Agency whistle-blower Edward Snowden will deliver Channel 4's Alternative Christmas Message on Christmas Day. A message from the NSA's public enemy# 1. Has George Orwell's 1984 story come to life? NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has delivered his ‘Alternative Christmas Message’ via a British TV channel.
The whistleblower called for an end to mass spying by governments, stating that a child born today will have" no conception of privacy. " Snowden’s address aired by the UK’s Channel 4. ”A child born today will grow up with no conception of privacy at all, ” Edward Snowden warned Wednesday in a message broadcast to U. K. television viewers. The Alternative Christmas Message. Dec 24, 2013 · Edward Snowden will join the ranks of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Ali G and Marge Simpson when he delivers an" alternative" Christmas greeting to British television viewers Wednesday.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden delivers Channel 4's Alternative Christmas Message, saying his revelations on privacy invasion enable people to choose how their governments are run. Channel 4 has a reputation for delivering an" alternative Christmas message" every year as a counterpoint to the Queen's annual Christmas address, and 2013 is no different: it tapped NSA leaker.
Continuing his recent publicity blitz, Edward Snowden delivered Channel 4 UK's annual" Alternative Christmas Message" yesterday afternoon. As you might imagine, the video is a bleak, Orwell. Edward Snowden warns of the dangers posed by mass surveillance in an alternative Christmas message broadcast on Channel 4 in the UK. World news Edward Snowden warns about loss of privacy in.
Edward Snowden's Christmas message:. Channel 4 began its series, The Alternative Christmas Message. governments and citizens around the world have been. Edward Snowden's Christmas message, conveyed to the world courtesy of the UK's Channel 4, from his Russian exile is simple: " end mass surveillance.
" Alas, in a world in which social media.