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China Perspective

China rejects US accusation over Snowden

The United States' accusation against China on fugitive US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden's departure from Hong Kong is groundless.
Russia rules out Snowden expulsion

'HK laws apply to Snowden case'

HK to handle Snowden's case according to laws

US Responses

Congress approves NSA spying program

The US House of Representatives narrowly approved continuing the National Security Agency's secret collection of hundreds of millions of citizens' phone records after a fierce debate.

Snowden downloaded NSA secrets while working for Dell

US pledges more oversight over surveillance programs

Chilly talks expected for US, Russia

No movement after Obama-Putin talk on Snowden

Whereabouts of Snowden

Snowden still in Moscow despite Bolivian plane drama

Bolivia accused the United States on Wednesday of trying to "kidnap" its president, Evo Morales, after his plane was denied permission to fly over some European countries on suspicion he was taking Edward Snowden to Latin America.

Edward Snowden meets father in Russia

Snowden hopes to leave airport by Wednesday

Snowden seeks political asylum in Russia

Brazil denies Snowden asylum


Cooperation needed to secure Internet

Do people keen on expanding the Convention on Cybercrime worldwide have the same colonial mindset that their ancestors centuries ago had?

Don't let cyber security overshadow China-US talk

How can we assure our rights and privacy?

Dodging key question on Snowden's revelations

It's time the US accepted reality

About Snowden

A German opposition lawmaker on Thursday met Edward Snowden in Moscow to explore the possibility of having him assist Germany's inquiry into alleged US spying on German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

About US Surveillance Program

PRISM is the code name of a high-level clandestine surveillance program of the US National Security Agency.

Under the highly classified program, the US National Security Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have been tapping directly into the central servers of nine U.S. internet companies, extracting audio, video, photographs, e-mails, documents and connection logs that enable analysts to track a person's movements and contacts over time.

The NSA has conducted more than 61,000 hacking operations across the globe.


Rally held in support of Snowden in Berlin

Snowden's letter to Ecuadorean president

Snowden threats to make new US leaks

Snowden formally asks political asylum in Russia

Snowden info will keep getting out

Russia says it's in 'tough spot' over Snowden