yYAXssKCQaUWZcXZ79RJTBLvo-c;SfREtjZ9NYeQnnVMC-CsZ9qN6L0 Finance, Economics, Globus, Brokers, Banks, Collateral-Oriano Mattei: EDWARD SNOWDEN..... Privacy advocates have staged a guerrilla demonstration in support of Edward Snowden in Washington to express their gratitude for his efforts to expose increasingly invasive surveillance tactics, calling for a US government pardon. As part International Human Rights Day on Saturday, a campaign group called Pardon Snowden projected messages of support for US whistleblower onto the facade of the Newseum building, Pennsylvania Avenue.........

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lunedì 12 dicembre 2016

EDWARD SNOWDEN..... Privacy advocates have staged a guerrilla demonstration in support of Edward Snowden in Washington to express their gratitude for his efforts to expose increasingly invasive surveillance tactics, calling for a US government pardon. As part International Human Rights Day on Saturday, a campaign group called Pardon Snowden projected messages of support for US whistleblower onto the facade of the Newseum building, Pennsylvania Avenue.........

General view outside of the TNT 'The Last Ship' Washington D.C. Screening at The Newseum in Washington, DC. © Paul Morigi


Privacy advocates have staged a guerrilla demonstration in support of Edward Snowden in Washington to express their gratitude for his efforts to expose increasingly invasive surveillance tactics, calling for a US government pardon. 
As part International Human Rights Day on Saturday, a campaign group called Pardon Snowden projected messages of support for US whistleblower onto the facade of the Newseum building, Pennsylvania Avenue.
The Newseum, the front of which is etched with lines from the First Amendment, promotes freedom of expression through galleries and workshops.
Over 4,000 messages of hope and thanks projected onto @Newseum tonight to call on @POTUS to 
According to a Pardon Snowden statement, the political action lasted 40 minutes and was “unauthorized”.
Snowden faces charges of espionage if he ever returns of the US after leaking National Security Agency information detailing the extent of US global surveillance.
While the man credited with shaking up privacy awareness may not be planning to return home any time soon, a number of his supporters let it be known they were thinking of him on International Human Rights Day.

Last night, we projected messages for Ed at the Newseum. Show support by RT-ing & asking @POTUS to https://pardonsnowden.org/take-action-8 
Thank you for the exceptional sacrifice you made,” read a message from a person named Dani.
I hope and pray you get home and continue to serve conscientiously for the citizens of this modern world.”
Another supporter said that he felt shamed for doing enough to protect against government interference.

"You are a great inspiration to others." Photo from tonight's  action at the @Newseum 
Edward’s outstanding example of personal sacrifice shames me for not having done more to stop governmental inroads into our everyday lives. It is with deepest admiration that I say ‘Thank you’ son, well done.”
Pardon Snowden count Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, Twitter’s Jack Dorsey and former Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger among its supporters.

We're in D.C. sharing your messages of support for Snowden on the @Newseum's First Amendment tablet. Help spread the word! 

These expressions of support for Snowden celebrate his decision to shed light on a surveillance apparatus so invasive and bloated with secrets that it became a risk to democratic accountability,” Pardon Snowden said.
Thanks to his act of conscience, we’re seen historic reforms and Pulitzer Prize-winning,” the group added.

da "rt.com" 

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