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European Parliament calls for Edward Snowden to be protected from extradition

European Parliament calls for Edward Snowden to be protected from extradition

Brussels, 29/10/2015. European Parliament MEPs today called on EU member states to “drop any criminal charges against Edward Snowden, grant him protection and consequently prevent extradition or rendition by third parties.” The call, carried by a narrow margin (285 to 281), is stated as “in recognition of his status as […]

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30/10/2015 at 00:36EU Life&Liberty nsa NUJ Snowden

Daily Telegraph supports Jeremy Corbyn for Labour leadership

Daily Telegraph supports Jeremy Corbyn for Labour leadership

15/07/2015. Today that doyenne of middle England, the Daily Torygraph, put out a piece supporting Jeremy Corbyn for leader of the Labour party, suggesting that he is winning the race for the leadership. According to another story in the paper, Mr Corbyn has already “taken a ‘commanding position’ ahead of […]

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15/07/2015 at 22:44Life&Liberty NUJ UK

Cyber security tips for journalists (The List)

Cyber security tips for journalists (The List)

Updated 25/05/2017. This page is an attempt to compile some of the online resources available to help journalists improve their online security. Need to take online security seriously That journalists need to think about such matters is not in doubt – there have been more than enough revelations from Edward […]

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Journalist? Secure your communications – or pay a high price

Journalist? Secure your communications – or pay a high price

Deep Web for Journalists, by Alan Pearce – a review Journalists typically see digital tools such as the laptop and smartphone as essential parts of the work armoury, even some occasionally wonder about the level of compromise involved in their use. Yet even a cursory perusal of Alan Pearce’s new […]

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On the value of blogging

On the value of blogging

Brussels, 23rd July 2014. I was asked today for a view on the value of bloggers and blogging. But the more I thought about it, the longer my answer became. All too many blogs are viewed by professional journos as written by people who should stick to the day job. […]

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23/07/2014 at 11:09Life&Liberty NUJ

NUJ Brussels – Edward Snowden has performed a service to democracy and should be protected from official retaliation

NUJ Brussels – Edward Snowden has performed a service to democracy and should be protected from official retaliation

Brussels, 17th July 2013. The Brussels branch of the NUJ yesterday voted to call upon the European Parliament to uphold the EU’s position as the home of democracy by offering protection and/or unhindered travel to whistleblower Edward Snowden. The call is addressed to the President of the Parliament and the […]

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17/07/2013 at 11:28EU Life&Liberty nsa NUJ Snowden

Guard your copyright when syndicating that blog

Guard your copyright when syndicating that blog

I was reading today about the possibility of publishing on Kindle via Amazon, and getting paid for it. Could be interesting for this little blog, I thought, and went along to visit: https://kindlepublishing.amazon.com/gp/vendor/ … Before signing up though, I thought I’d better just scan the terms and conditions, make sure […]

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02/11/2012 at 21:15Life&Liberty NUJ