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18,000 Newspapers Attack David Cameron

The Huffington Post | Rebecca Shapiro | Posted 08.26.2013 | Media

A body representing 18,000 news publications attacked UK Prime Minister David Cameron for his actions following the Guardian's reporting on classified...

The Guardian's Computer Smash-Up Story Grows Increasingly Bizarre

Bob Cesca | Posted 10.23.2013 | Politics
Bob Cesca

Every publication makes mistakes. Every major publication has, at some point, botched a story. But the way things are going with The Guardian as it publishes this series of Edward Snowden "bombshells," we're well beyond isolated glitches.

NY Times Partnering With Guardian On Snowden Reporting

The Huffington Post | Jack Mirkinson | Posted 08.23.2013 | Media

The Guardian has decided to partner with the New York Times for some of its reporting on global intelligence and national security, BuzzFeed revealed...

Snowden, Greenwald Hit Back At New Claims

The Huffington Post | Jack Mirkinson | Posted 10.23.2013 | Media

NSA leaker Edward Snowden accused the British government on Friday of leaking sensitive material to a newspaper he'd never worked with, the Independen...

UK Launches Criminal Investigation Against Greenwald's Partner

Reuters | Posted 10.22.2013 | Media

* Police says material is "highly sensitive" * Counter-terrorism officers launch investigation * Court lets Britain sift...

Greenwald's Partner Gets Partial Court Victory

AP | DANICA KIRKA and RAPHAEL SATTER | Posted 10.22.2013 | Media

LONDON -- Britain has launched a criminal investigation into Edward Snowden's leak of classified material to the Guardian newspaper and is sifting thr...

UK Prime Minister Under Fire For Shocking Actions Against The Guardian

The Huffington Post | Jack Mirkinson | Posted 10.21.2013 | Media

The political row over the British government's aggressive intervention into the Guardian's national security reporting continued on Wednesday, as it ...

What Happened at the Guardian Could Happen in the U.S., Too

Dan Kennedy | Posted 10.20.2013 | Media
Dan Kennedy

In fact, there is nothing to stop the U.S. government from censoring the media with regard to revelations such as those contained in the Snowden files -- nothing, that is, except longstanding tradition.

British Government Defends Detention Of Greenwald's Partner

AP | RAPHAEL SATTER | Posted 10.20.2013 | Media

LONDON — A British newspaper released new details of its confrontation with the country's intelligence service on Tuesday, saying it destroyed h...

Greenwald's Partner Taking Legal Action

The Huffington Post | Jack Mirkinson | Posted 10.20.2013 | Media

Glenn Greenwald's partner David Miranda is set to take legal action against the British government over his nine-hour detention at Heathrow airport on...

UK Police Defend David Miranda Detention

Reuters | Posted 10.20.2013 | Media

LONDON, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Britain's authorities said on Tuesday the use of anti-terrorism powers to detain the partner of a journalist who wrote ab...

Guardian Editor: U.K. 'Security Experts' Entered Offices And Oversaw Destruction Of Hard Drives

The Huffington Post | Adam Goldberg | Posted 08.21.2013 | Media

Alan Rusbridger, editor of The Guardian, wrote on Monday about an unsettling encounter with "security experts" from the U.K.'s GCHQ intelligence agenc...

Glenn Greenwald's Partner Speaks Out About Detention

The Huffington Post | Jack Mirkinson | Posted 10.19.2013 | Media

David Miranda, Glenn Greenwald's partner, spoke to the Guardian on Monday about the nine hours he spent in detention at London's Heathrow airport. ...

Targeting Glenn Greenwald's Partner Is an Attack on Every One of Us

Michelangelo Signorile | Posted 10.19.2013 | Gay Voices
Michelangelo Signorile

Glenn is right in describing it as "designed to send a message of intimidation." At this point, the governments involved are desperate to shut things down and don't seem to care how arrogant, over-reaching or unbelievable they come off.

Political Scandal Erupts Over Detention Of Greenwald's Partner

The Huffington Post | Jack Mirkinson | Posted 10.19.2013 | Media

The detention of Glenn Greenwald's partner at Heathrow airport in London has turned into a full-blown international political issue. David Miranda ...

Obama's Second Term Feels Like Bush's Fourth

Michael Shammas | Posted 10.09.2013 | College
Michael Shammas

Obama's slogans -- "change we can believe in" and so on -- sound like empty promises. His lofty rhetoric and certainly his Nobel Peace Prize are insults to educated people everywhere.

Edward Snowden Gets Results

The Huffington Post | Jack Mirkinson | Posted 08.09.2013 | Media

President Obama's press conference on Friday was full of headline-making news about new proposals to reform the American surveillance system. But anot...

Greenwald: Snowden Gave Me A Staggering Number Of Documents

Reuters | Posted 10.07.2013 | Media

* Journalist says he speaks to Snowden almost daily * Former NSA contractor happy with debate on internet privacy By An...

Partisan Shift In Views Of Media's National Security Reporting

The Huffington Post | Jack Mirkinson | Posted 10.06.2013 | Media

A pair of large partisan shifts has left Americans evenly divided over whether or not the media should report on national security secrets, a recent P...

A Case of Conviction: Many Troubling Aspects of the Manning Verdict and Snowden Saga

William Bradley | Posted 10.01.2013 | Politics
William Bradley

Bradley Manning stands convicted, though not of the biggest charge. Edward Snowden is out of Moscow's main airport, his latest revelation of NSA surveillance echoing loudly. Two cases of conviction, though imperfect, with only one convicted, bringing mixed tidings and mixed reactions.

Twitter Can Be A Scary Place

Posted 07.31.2013 | Media

Multiple female journalists faced bomb threats on Twitter on Wednesday, which has led to a police investigation into the matter. The Guardian repo...

Obama's Escalating War on Freedom of the Press

Norman Solomon | Posted 09.21.2013 | Media
Norman Solomon

Journalists who can be compelled to violate the confidentiality of their sources, or otherwise go to prison, are reduced to doing little more than providing stenographic services to pass along the official story. That's what the White House wants.

What The Guardian Left Out: Six Arab Films That Cannot Be Missed

E. Nina Rothe | Posted 09.08.2013 | Entertainment
E. Nina Rothe

As someone who believes, perhaps misguidedly but never quietly, in the healing power of cinema and the ability of filmmakers to help bridge the divide, I could not imagine any list of Arab cinema that does not include these six modern masters.

A New Era for Freedom of the Press?

Hector Villagra | Posted 09.07.2013 | Media
Hector Villagra

The recent disclosure that the National Security Agency (NSA) has been tracking the Internet and phone activity of American citizens is about more than just government surveillance: It has profound implications for freedom of the press.

U.S. Defends Secrecy Of Unique Surveillance Court

Reuters | Posted 09.05.2013 | Politics

WASHINGTON, July 5 (Reuters) - The Obama administration on Friday urged a secret U.S. court that oversees surveillance programs to reject a request ...