Edward Snowden: Ei pakopaikkaa: Kertomus NSA:sta ja vakoiluvaltio USA:sta

Edward Snowden Ei pakopaikkaa Kertomus NSA sta ja vakoiluvaltio USA sta Vuonna Edward Snowden p tti paljastaa Yhdysvaltain kansallisen turvallisuuspalvelun NSA n ja sen liittolaisten harjoittaman nettivakoilun koko laajudessaan NSA n alihankkijan palveluksessa toimiv

  • Title: Edward Snowden: Ei pakopaikkaa: Kertomus NSA:sta ja vakoiluvaltio USA:sta
  • Author: Glenn Greenwald Tero Valkonen Sakari Heiskanen Oiva Talvitie
  • ISBN: 9789512095131
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Paperback
  • Vuonna 2012 Edward Snowden p tti paljastaa Yhdysvaltain kansallisen turvallisuuspalvelun NSA n ja sen liittolaisten harjoittaman nettivakoilun koko laajudessaan NSA n alihankkijan palveluksessa toimiva teknikko p si k siksi huippusalaisiin tietokantoihin H n ker si aineistoa salassa ja k ntyi sitten toimittajien puoleen Toimittaja Glenn Greenwald ja elokuvaaja Kate PVuonna 2012 Edward Snowden p tti paljastaa Yhdysvaltain kansallisen turvallisuuspalvelun NSA n ja sen liittolaisten harjoittaman nettivakoilun koko laajudessaan NSA n alihankkijan palveluksessa toimiva teknikko p si k siksi huippusalaisiin tietokantoihin H n ker si aineistoa salassa ja k ntyi sitten toimittajien puoleen Toimittaja Glenn Greenwald ja elokuvaaja Kate Poitras saivat kes kuussa 2013 k siins valtavan aineiston Syntyi kaikkien aikojen suurin vakoilupaljastus.Greenwald kuvailee trillerim isen tarinan kohtaamisestaan Snowdenin kanssa ensin netiss ja sitten Hongkongissa ja uuvuttavista p ivist hotellihuoneessa, josta k sin h n Snowdenin ja elokuvaaja Kate Poitrasin kanssa l hetti sanomalehti Guardianille paljastavat juttunsa Greenwald paljastaa Snowdenin aineistosta kuvamateriaalia ja sen sis lt analysoiden niit tarkasti NSA ta koskevien yksityiskohtaisten paljastusten lis ksi kokenut toimittaja Greenwald suomii lehdist , joka vakiinnutettuaan asemansa vallan l hell v lttelee esitt m st kritiikki sit kohtaan ja ep onnistuu n in palvelemaan kansalaisia niin USA ssa kuin EuroopassaGreenwald kysyy, mit tarkoittaa meille ihmisin , ett viranomaiset tunkeutuvat n in syv lle yksityisyyteemme ja pohtii keinoja, joilla suojautua ja turvata demokratia digiaikakaudella.

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    1. I wouldn't call it a masterpiece of literature (even non-fiction literature), but I'm giving it 5 stars in lieu of what it truly deserves—five big, heavy pairs of golden balls, because that's what it's all about: BALLS. The lessons of courage and integrity contained within these pages, as exemplified by Snowden, Greenwald, and all the journalists, editors and publishers who supported their efforts in shining a light into the darkest corners of the most powerful government in the world, make it [...]

    2. Recently I've gone down an Edward Snowden rabbit hole. I've now read two books on him, watched the documentary "Citizenfour," followed him on Twitter, and looked up several other interviews. It's fair to say I'm concerned about the invasive surveillance tactics of the National Security Agency. Snowden, who was a systems administrator, became a whistleblower on the NSA back in 2013, downloading classified documents and releasing them to journalists. Snowden fled the country, going first to Hong K [...]

    3. An important book. That's first thing that comes to my mind if i have to say something about it. First big chunk of it reads like a great spy novel as Greenwald shows how he came to contact with Snowden and then how to publish the information/revelations. It's a truly gripping stuff, if you add a score from some 70s conspiracy flick, the paranoia level goes up the 11; and it's all true.The second part deals with the revelations, if you have read the Greenwald's Guardian articles there's not much [...]

    4. Perhaps the most frightening book I have ever read. I'm not even kidding.I especially appreciated his argument against the idea "only bad people need fear the NSA," because one, "bad" people have civil rights, too, and two, "bad" is defined as anyone who disagrees with the powers that be. Everyone's rights must be protected or no one is free.

    5. Snowden and Greenwald were afraid the information they’d risked everything to expose would be ignored or shrugged off by the public, so inured are we to the pervasiveness of “threats” and its counterbalance “surveillance.” In one of the later chapters, Greenwald addresses the idea of privacy, and why we need it: “Only when we believe that nobody else is watching us do we feel free—safe—to truly experiment, to rest boundaries, to explore new ways of thinking and being, to explore [...]

    6. There are quite some books out there on the NSA surveillance topic. I decided to pick this one because I believe it's as close to the "truth" as it possibly can be. And that's an ugly truth indeed.Not a day goes by without new shocking details about this incredible ordeal are being flushed to the surface. (Just yesterday an employee of BND (Bundenachrichtendienst, the German equivalent to the NSA) has been arrested for spying on the German parliamentary investigation into US government spying on [...]

    7. One of the most phenomenal books I've ever read. Glenn Greenwald is a pure spirit, striking straight at the gut of the cocky politicians and institutions drunk on political and technological power, all leading lives of hypocrisy as they claim to represent democracy and freedom, while simultaneously tormenting the world with drone strikes and invasive surveillance. It was utterly thrilling to read Greenwald's first hand account of being contacted by one Edward Snowden, and then meeting him in Hon [...]

    8. I shouldn't be shocked that 99% of the reviewers writing here hail Snowden as a hero. As someone who had the guts to do what had to be done. After all, if you don't like Snowden and don't approve what he did, you are not very likely to read this book. But I am still shocked nonetheless at the number of people who support this kid's behaviour.I think civil liberties are enormously important, but I believe Snowden is, in the words of "The New Yorker", a grandiose narcissist who deserves to be in p [...]

    9. "Ultimately, beyond diplomatic manipulation and economic gain, a system of ubiquitous spying allows the United States to maintain its grip on the world. When the United States is able to know everything that everyone is doing, saying, thinking, and planning -- its own citizens, foreign populations, international corporations, other government leaders -- its power over those factions is maximized. It is the ultimate imbalance, permitting the most dangerous of all human conditions: the exercise of [...]

    10. I was interested in how one person could possibly steal digital information from our government. I never really found out by reading this book. I did find out that the government has the ability to know a lot about us and our personal lives. I also decided that you would have to live totally off the grid to have any real privacy, which I don't think is even possible to do any longer.What interest me now is if we have such capabilities to spy on people then, we should know exactly what was happen [...]

    11. Roughly a year after establishing contact with Edward Snowden, journalist Glenn Greenwald has published a book that is part spy story, part analysis of the impact of Snowden's revelations and in part a reckoning with the surveillance state his home country has become. Greenwald writes his book with the authority vested in him by the whistleblower, who reportedly chose him based on his work in the past. With this trust comes probably the most comprehensive access to Snowden's documents anybody as [...]

    12. This fast paced easy to read and clear book is chilling. The NSA is developing a panopticon of survelance that Orwell couldn't imagine. Greenwald lays out the in transcripts he received from Edward Snowden the extent of the spying on Americans and people worldwide. It reads like something out of a dystopian tech thriller but this is most definitely a work of non-fiction. The NSA is on a mission to collect as much information as it possibly can on everyone. There are no boundaries. Right now it c [...]

    13. Its been a long time since I read an entire book in one sitting. I find the most disturbing part of this entire story to be the way in which the appointed talking heads tried to slander Greenwald and Snowden afterwards. The story here isn't as much about what the NSA is collecting and what it isn't, as it is about how the powers that be don't like dissenting thought and how easy it is to turn the propaganda machine against someone. Americans have become desensitized to losing their privacy. What [...]

    14. Makes as good a case for preserving civil liberties and individual privacy against government interference as I have read, and you don't have to be of any particular political persuasion to appreciate the argument. Also excoriates the mainstream media with righteous, smoldering contempt for toeing the party line and publishing only "government-approved" material. Greenwald appeals to mainstream reporters to revert back to the press's original role, which was to act as an independent bulwark agai [...]

    15. I've been following the story of the NSA leaks from the beginning, so of course I bought this book almost as soon as it was available on Kindle. At first I didn't have the time to sit down and devour it, but I read bits and pieces the first couple of days and I could already see how good it was going to be.Somewhat frustrated that I hadn't been able to get any long reading sessions in yet, I realized some early reviews would probably be out by then, so I went online to check out what kind of wav [...]

    16. This isn't a review of No Place To Hide, I haven't read this book.These are a few comments on Citizenfour, which I watched last night.There is nothing revelatory in the film, nothing you wouldn't know if you have been following Snowden and Greenwald's story and the facts about NSA surveillance here and abroad. What the film does give you is a chance to hear Snowden's side of things, as Laura Poitras was with him in the hotel in Hong Kong during the eight days that Greenwald interviewed Snowden a [...]

    17. And here I thought true, honest, adversarial journalism was a dying art. Glenn Greenwald, over the last couple of years or so, has emerged as one of America’s leading civil-liberties advocate and he stands aloof from his fellow power-hugging journalists who engage in egregious dereliction of duty by not speaking truth to the powers that be. Beginning with his first contact with Snowden, his sojourn in Hong Kong, his meticulous assembling of the disclosures and his elucidation of the broader im [...]

    18. I'd give this four and a half stars if I could! Greenwald does an excellent job with the book's structure, taking readers through his experiences with Snowden, to the documents he provided and the troubling questions they raise. Finally, Greenwald focuses on the media, and the role they can (but rarely do) perform to challenge the government. The book is focused, angry, and uncompromising, painting a disturbing portrait of the NSA and the intelligence community, and the world they have created. [...]

    19. First half was excellent because it foretold exactly what happened before and during the documentary CITIZEN FOUR. But the latter half was a little bit too boring for me. I did find out many things like the government being able to tap into ANY electronic device (whether it's powered off or on) and turn it into a listening device. They can also activate your cameras to literally spy on you, even if it's off. Creepy right?! So yeah every time I have my phone, iPad or laptop, I'm aware of all of t [...]

    20. Amy and I were going to have a bunch of friends over to our house today but we got rained out. So, I read Glenn Greenwald’s book No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State instead.It was outstanding – 5 stars.Let’s start with the punchline from Warren and Brandeis in their 1890 Harvard Law Review article The Right to Privacy where they assert that the right to privacy is primarily a “right to be left alone.”Ponder that for a moment.It’s a hot topic in [...]

    21. In May 2013, Edward Snowden released classified National Security documents proving that the American government had been spying en-masse on its citizens. He has since been called both a traitor and a patriot, a hero and a dissident, but even his strongest critics were unable to deny the truth behind his allegations: peoples’ privacy was being violated in extreme, secretive ways – and the government was lying to cover it up.At the time – at least at first – it all sounded to me like the [...]

    22. I hated this book and I am by no means an NSA apologist. I think the system should be dismantled and that the leaders and corporations who conspired with the NSA should be punished. Their overreach is staggering. (Expected, since governments have been doing this as much as they could since we created them, but staggering.)Unfortunately the reporting here sucks. It reads as though it's supposed to be a political thriller, but it's poorly done and focuses on the least interesting aspect of the sto [...]

    23. الكتاب مرعب بالمعني الحرفي للكلمة و أنصح كمان بمشاهدة فيلم Citizenfourdardarkom/29016-watch-الكتاب بعد ما هيرعبك هيخليك تفكر ف فكرة الحماية والحاجات دي كلها ب منظور مختلف ، مفيش أمان بأي شكل للاي شئ يتصل بالأنترنت الكتاب بيحكي لقاء جلين الصحفي ومخرجة الفيلم لورا ب إدوارد سنودنقبل نشر الوث [...]

    24. You don’t need this book to see how obviously off the chain is the NSA. The evidence of that has been all over the Guardian, the Washington Post, the New York Times and elsewhere for a year now. While there is a chapter full of further evidence to that effect, the real value in this book is in the other chapters, particularly the fourth chapter that covers why we should care about the NSA's transgressions.There are many who wish to claim that those who aren't engaged in anything illegal have n [...]

    25. The Edward Snowden leaks have been in the news for about a year now. Frankly, they were just a background part of the news that washed over me in a depressive way every day.I was one of those people the author mentions who routinely said, 'oh, my life is too boring for the government to care about'. I saw Glenn Greenwald on a talk show---I don't even remember which one now. I thought he seemed calm, well-spoken, and that he had very interesting things to say, so that, yes, I might like to read h [...]

    26. Greenwald delivers an amazing insider access on the most important news story of the decade. As a longtime reader of his columns, I found his personal account of the unfolding Edward Snowden story to be fascinating and insightful. Greenwald begins with his initial contact with “Cincinnatus” (the code name Snowden used) and how he almost missed the NSA scoop entirely. Luckily, Snowden’s determination forced Greenwald to take note and the rest is history. Snowden’s motivation for acting an [...]

    27. Great book. So why the 3 stars instead of more? Because Greenwald, I think, forgot the WHO at the end, spending the entire second half of the book focusing solely on WHAT. That stuff was important and appreciated, but lacked the color of the first half of the book, which was a portrait of this guy Snowden as well as the tale of what he went through. Yes, the info on what was in the NSA leaks was/is important, and Greenwald's excellent commentary on it was important. But equally as important was/ [...]

    28. لا مكان للإختباء" لايوجد عنوان آخر يليق بذلگ الكتاب لايوجد مكان تستطيع أن تحصل على حريتك منه وإلا تكون مُراقب , المواقع التي تتصفحها ،مواقع التواصل ، الإيميلات ،كل حاسوب يصل إليه الإنترنت فصار باحةً غير محمية من الأعين المراقبة."إدوارد سنودن" و" جلين جرينوالد " ومعهم لورا وصحي [...]

    29. Good book, love the style, a real page-turner. Glenn Greenwald definitely knows how to get the reader's attention, I have to give him that. As for the content of the book itself, oh well, the NSA spies on everybody so you might as well say goodbye to your privacy. Your mobs are being spied, the NSA can take control of your phone and listen to whatever you say. Not only that, Verizon and At&T are willing to hand everything over to the Agency or whatever secret service in order to keep the Nat [...]

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