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In today’s Tweet Beat, Taylor Swift’s life is far less interesting than people think it is, Edward Snowden joins Twitter and FINALLY CRAIG DAVID IS RETURNING.
After being detained more than 50 times at both foreign and domestic airports, Academy Award winning filmmaker Laura Poitras is suing the United States government.
According to former Attorney General Eric Holder, Edward Snowden and the Justice Department might strike a deal that enables the former NSA contractor to return from Moscow to the United States.
On his show last night, John Oliver did the best interview with Edward Snowden conducted so far, as well as the only one involving both a picture of John Oliver’s penis and a pair of stars-and-stripes patterned truck nuts. It was a triumph of both journalism and artful dick metaphors.
Over the last several days, Edward Snowden's girlfriend's dead blog has suddenly sprung back to life, with two cryptic blog entries accompanied by photos of the acrobat-blogger-dancer. What does it mean?
Quel scandale! Up-and-coming eyebrows Cara Delevingne and supermodel Naomi Campbell reportedly exchanged heated words and got into a shoving match during a Paris Fashion Week party after Delevingne said something disrespectful about their mutual friend Rihanna.
Your worst fears are coming true. It turns out, the government is not only intercepting your naked pictures, but they're laughing their asses off at them.
The United States continued its diplomatic slapfight with the mercurial NSA leaker Edward Snowden today, as Secretary of State John Kerry urged the fugitive to "man up" and return to the US. What a foppish woman, that dastardly mustache twirling Snowden!
During a speech delivered via video to the Oxford Union Society, government whistleblower Edward Snowden congratulated Chelsea Manning on winning the Sam Adams Award for Integrity and Intelligence.
On Tuesday, Germany's Parliament (Bundestag) voted in Angela Merkel as Chancellor for her third term.
If there is one personal lesson we've all learned from the recent NSA scandal, it's that nothing on the Internet is truly private. Who Learned It The Hardest? That would pretty obviously be Edward Snowden's girlfriend, Lindsay Mills. On top of having the NSA paw through her Gchats, Facebook, Skype conversations,…
NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden gave up his freedom to leak classified and critical government secrets that warrant our utmost attention. He relinquished his own privacy so we would know that ours is under attack. But naturally, media outlets are much more concerned with tracking down Lindsay Mills, his…
Last week, several media outlets obtained leaked information that revealed that the United States government, in collaboration with several major corporations, has been secretly collecting a metric fuckton of data on its citizens without their knowledge or consent, all as part of a Bond villainesquely named program…