Whistleblower Edward Snowden has left Hong Kong for a third destination via Moscow according to Chinese media reports.
New details have emerged describing how NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden spent two weeks in hiding after the US government issued an arrest warrant. He said he was safe among Hong Kong's refugees.
The anti-secrecy platform WikiLeaks has said it would work with tech firms to fix security flaws before publishing them. Customers' trust in firms like Google and Apple has already been eroded by the Snowden leaks.
Oliver Stone didn't get funding for "Snowden" in the US. In Germany, he found both financial support and filming locations for his political thriller, but its release is low-key. Is the US trying to keep it under wraps?
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