Is the National Security Agency breaking into computers and tampering with unpublished manuscripts? Award-winning Guardian journalist Luke Harding says paragraphs of his writing mysteriously disappeared when he was working on his latest book, “The Snowden Files: The Inside Story of the World’s Most Wanted Man.”
“I wrote that Snowden’s revelations had damaged U.S. tech companies and their bottom line. Something odd happened,” wrote Harding in The Guardian. “The paragraph I had just written began to self-delete. The cursor moved rapidly from the left, gobbling text. I watched my words vanish.” Harding joins us to talk about the computer monitoring and other times he believes he was being tracked.
10-Minute Video: http://www.democracynow.org/2014/2/24/the_paragraph_began_to_self_delete
- Attorney for Edward Snowden Interrogated at U.K. Airport, Placed on “Inhibited Persons List” - …a lawyer who represents Snowden was recently detained while going through customs at London’s Heathrow Airport. Jesselyn Radack joins us today to tell her story. Radack says she was subjected to “very hostile questioning” about Snowden and her trips to Russia. Radack also learned she might be on an “inhibited persons list,” a designation reportedly used by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to require further vetting of certain passengers. Radack is just one of a growing number of people who are being stopped, harassed and interrogated for their work around Snowden, WikiLeaks and National Security Agency documents. Radack is the director of National Security & Human Rights at the Government Accountability Project, the nation’s leading whistleblower support organization …: http://www.democracynow.org/2014/2/18/attorney_for_edward_snowden_interrogated_at