If the Post’s editors believe Edward Snowden should accept criminal responsibility for his actions, shouldn’t they return the Pulitzer won by publicising what he leaked?
The citizen’s collective Wada Na Todo Abhiyan has painstakingly documented the systematic budgetary cuts in social welfare programmes over the last two years and has called out the government’s pro-corporate policies that have marginalised the poor further.
In addition to not operationalising new legislation, the National Campaign for Peoples’ Right to Information alleged that the BJP regime had undermined “existing legislations and mechanisms” during its rule.
Inspired by the disclosures of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, a campaign for a new global treaty against government mass surveillance was launched today in New York City.
Information is power, and no one recognises this more acutely than those who don’t want to share it.