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Students in Glasgow, Scotland elect Edward Snowden as Rector

Glasgow - Students at Glasgow University, one of Scotland’s leading academic institutions, have elected whistle-blower and former NSA contractor, Edward Snowden, to the post of rector.

Edward Snowden stands for election as Glasgow University rector

Glasgow - NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden has accepted a nomination to stand in the upcoming election for the post of rector at Glasgow University, one of Scotland’s leading seats of learning.

Russia is better for my son than back to US, Lon Snowden says

Lon Snowden says his son has been so vilified by the Obama administration and members of Congress that he is now better off staying in Russia. He said he has lost faith in recent weeks that his son would be treated fairly by the Department of Justice.

Snowden case: US government sued over NSA surveillance

Environmental and human rights activists, church leaders and gun rights advocates found common ground on Tuesday, filing a lawsuit against the federal government to halt a vast National Security Agency electronic surveillance program.

Snowden got protection offers from Bolivia, Venezuela, Nicaragua

Bolivia, Venezuela and Nicaragua have offered Edward Snowden protection. Maduro says he will protect the NSA whistleblower from persecution by the empire. Ortega and Morales agreed to join the ranks of South American countries offering such protection.

Venezuela offers asylum for NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has said that his country is willing and ready to offer asylum to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.

Snowden flees from Hong Kong, China strikes back at U.S.

China rebuked the United States Tuesday for accusing it of facilitating the flight of Edward Snowden; saying suggestions that it had done so were baseless and unacceptable.

Edward Snowden — A high school dropout earning $100 grand a year

"Reading the fine print of the NSA Edward Snowden scandal, I learned that a high school dropout can earn well over $100,000 per year working for our government if the person is adept at computers," said Rockford’s Mark L. Hopkins.

Petition in support of Snowden surpasses 100,000 signatures

A White House petition created in support of Edward Snowden has received well over 100,000 signatures in just over two weeks since its launch.

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