Edward Snowden: Here’s How We Take Back the Internet

Edward Snowden Data Privacy

Edward Snowden speaks at TED2014 via telepresence robot. He suggests the right to data privacy is not a partisan subject but demands a fundamental re-evaluation of the role the internet plays in our private and corporate lives.

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5 comments

  1. Kathi Kruse

    Thanks so much for sharing this Douglas. Ed Snowden is a true patriot and he’s so inspiring. How amazing is it that we have this wonderful technology to bring his message to all without him putting himself in danger.

  2. Kathi Kruse

    Thanks so much for sharing this Douglas. Ed Snowden is a true patriot and he’s so inspiring. How amazing is it that we have this wonderful technology to bring his message to all without him putting himself in danger.

  3. Tim Trainor

    Hero. He’s putting everything on the line to protect the Fourth Amendment and thus is doing his part to protect us from a tyrannical govt. that seeks to trample our Fourth Amendment (and other) rights under foot.
    Any and all who allow themselves to be fooled into proclaiming him a traitor, given that they have fully looked at what he’s really done and NOT done, they have not a clue as to what is at stake–let alone what the highest law of the land is all about, the The United States Constitution.
    I sincerely hope those that listen to corp.-owned TV and talk show radio will listen closely to the facts and what Mr. Snowden is saying here and make up their own mind.
    As for me? The mere existence of secret courts and bureaucrats writing their own warrants–or even just acting totalitarianistic without a warrant–should be an absolute anathema to any liberty loving American.

  4. Ilija Injac

    If everything he says is true, there is no possibility of ever getting back our privacy. How do you want to stop all those institutions world-wide collecting the data? And who should/will do it? This is not a thing to be done on one continent, this must be a world-wide movement of people like Edward exposing their employers and losing their jobs, their future.

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