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denounce. a secret about a plan secretary secret and execute the plan. of espionage that not only affects american citizens not only european citizens but every citizen in the world. that he. and that would be. violating the rights of every citizen in the world. is this betraying the citizens of the world or betraying some elites that are in power in a certain country. what is the concept of treason. we wonder. i think. that just that it maybe would have been better in order to avoid so much suffering. but him. save some information about for example the invasion of iraq which was based
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completely false information had it been revealed. it. would have been convenient to know about that information before. hundreds of thousands of people were assassinated. and all that suffering would have been avoided. the question is treason it to whom increasing treason to what exactly what do we commit treason against the principles of humanity. is it or do we commit treason against the interests of some elites in some country. with a. government of record or. as you. would like to hear this.
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clarify something about the countries of its constitution which will be taken into account when resolving this asylum petition. and this contents have to deal with some articles of our constitution. about the article that protects the identity of sources. for. you know about this plan. as panache. e-mails interception yet. the end. of the. accessing sources of. journalistic information. that in some cases is. reserved to the show and it will be the lisick in the article twenty of the constitution. each of the constitution of a court or. says that it will guarantee the identity and safety. of
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the people who are made their opinions through the media. and people for people who do not work in any form of communication. the article forty of the constitution speaks about human beings and their condition. and he didn't he. said illegal. no human being will be considered illegal. no who in the human being will be considered illegal because of his condition regarding immigration but we do not do that in ecuador. there are. there are people who have. none regularize this condition. they're not considered
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illegal yet you find it in the article forty one shit they want to get. hysterical mention of that yes he did do that for the on the right of asylum and refugee is recognized this one isn't. yes the lord of the people who are under this condition. will have special protection. that. is the full exercise of their rights. the state of what are will guarantee them the know what submission principle is basically. nothing that i see any idea also human sharing it should show law system. that this wasn't the question but there are also some important some important in rules of international law that will have to evaluate. with interest and
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you are young you know the nations since nine hundred sixty eight he. has a resolution. regarding the danger of the uses of new technologies and the protection of fundamental rights. it does so regarding privacy and on earth. in. the. interests of these it's in force to see nine hundred sixty eight. of that there are two articles of the universal human rights a collaboration. model. that all states are. forced to respect the us that little that it will want peace. let me see that little thing hit is yes i did it and instantly into the suit me nobody will be the supporter on this subject soon actual arbitrary and interim issues in
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their private life and it seems they that late on every it person has the right to use the law against those attacks. it only individual or leave it in your music space every inch of that human being has the right through freedom of speech and this includes infamous you're not being. seen as you know being attacked for the use of these rights as you. and then it is also important to note. that according to the legislation in the us he specially the fourth and fifth amendment. also deal with these topic that we're speaking about you know finally about snowden. he will say as we all know.
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he arrived in russia. the government of a court or. it was maintained respectful of the product. contact with the government of russia. and has informed them. that ecuadorians considering the asylum request by edward snowden. so that. the government of russia takes the decision that they consider more pertinent in this case. according to. their international rules because that might be applied to the case. this is information that i wanted to leave you and if you have any questions now is the time. we think that if you look for the question we get it with you state your name and then we will be
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a resident. michael. from the news agency do you with snowden is it a moment where he is heading to russia not on a plane to uganda i was just wondering if you have any. new you know a little show and be in that meeting was. i please ask to get the translation in spanish and into. place wait a second if you look at me. so. a little. three i would put in.
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this. can you please speak yes. i see. that you don't. and i was talking with you. partly. as we have had here in moscow and didn't get into. it back to. moscow and i was wondering if you can. and if so how do you know that. the truth has not come through. that. they want to know what. you would like to know whether snowden were snowden is. we have heard of these in
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russia going to cuba and whether you have that information and. how do you have it . for us i cannot give you information about that. you will see we're in contact with the russian government city but the specific information but the situation precisely to ation. of why they were snowed in is that we cannot give it to you right now because we don't have it.
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i didn't go ahead please it wasn't. my. that's you please provide any details. you please provide any details about if mr snowden were to travel to a bigger house to be with that work would you have it a travel document from ecuador will there be a private plane and cetera and also can you in my second question is based on. whether you are concerned about if they request is granted in ecuador are you concerned about the impact on us i could have relations impact on ecuador the kind of. kind of. getting you didn't know them but you don't look like they're going to that
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this is going to have that it will not be accurate and a good thing to finally quit or even give you a little know they've been a good place to live in a few news at eleven you know they look at that one thousand meters. so what it is about. the procedure. will not comment. about the relationship with the united states. assessing it it will it is a relationship that should be based on the respect of the summer name. by both countries. and we act based on the principle of believing in our constitution which. will come second should we have course take into account possible consequences of our actions. b.c. we act according to our principles. is the study.
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and then when. it is necessary to be taken into account to take into account in this deal. the u.s. has also. received on many occasions requests of extradition of people particularly. bankers owners of banks. that were. judge and release information to the enemy and in a court order and according to the us such. like the us has decided in many cases to not extradite the people who have committed crimes jointly it against millions of according to its all d.n.a. is that it should be governor for what early has the right. you know litle from is it a model and not because the u.s. government has taken this subject to not extradite him until the korean citizens
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feel. a little bit of it will thus and it's not because of this but you know the government of the court or. powell has the right to go. to this. we also take our suffering decisions because of the. attention. and we are of course aware of the consequences of it and to know that it won't be nice here a little bit well putting see the government if we are ordered to this puts a mob its interest without completely and simply ignore them but puts above them the principles of. the constitution. but if you are the guideline for the conduct of the government of canada you know city living sushil the soon to be a vehicle with a third seemed to be some problems with the translations and all. in all of us at
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this stage of the she'll only. a moment in the. london deal which will. take place it will say what i meant that i don't get. you close your little influence you know when doing a show there is a problem with the translation unit that has a little shall mall. looking. intended it will have in the city sealed locally until she learned to deal with it on the head and it is put on we will immediately harm the more take that into account and act accordingly married or any. of it he said he did but i didn't it. and i see it that way it's go ahead with the next question.
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she. guessed as the young speaking from for the. needs. of all. that is. sold a bit first a little chilly day it will be. a day. forty seven a little show. which
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i cannot hear and second. but i want you. i don't know just in the same thing but in the fullness of the scene in the ocean in the meat a little singing into the basic let's go ahead of the name and in the middle of a minute it's almost been done and his name is in the same league as by younger legs have been a me than a b. c. where from this punishment will be good or mean something you say just see. me because you think the question is. as an economist. and people don't go with that whole big break it isn't it's a buddhist the thing is how do you think that will be economics and trade. in relations between vietnam and could or will develop and how can they be
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developed. this is. the week. that's ecuador's foreign minister of every cargo pitino speaking in hanoi vietnam about to edward snowden's asylum plea as we've been reporting throughout the day here on r.t. edward snowden the u.s. whistleblower revealing secrets including the prism program that has been alleged to be spying on people around the world through electronic communications well of course on our t. dot com a we want to know what you think about the stories that we're covering and right now with things literally up in the air as to students whereabouts we're asking on a website where you think he is and what you think would be the next best step for him well we have a three way tie in the votes here about what you folks think is the proper course
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for him will he get to his destination presumably in ecuador twenty seven percent twenty seven percent twenty seven percent nineteen percent all three in agreement here one saying yes he will get there but the u.s. will get him even in ecuador and prosecute him twenty seven percent same stoughton had better stay in russia they think his chances may be better in that country of getting. continuing to evade being in u.s. custody twenty seven percent saying only if he doesn't get you near u.s. airspace will he make it to ecuador and to asylum there and the minority ninety percent saying probably you will make it but he should be in hiding along the way just to make sure about that well we're going to be covering this story throughout the day here on r.g.p. coming up soon we're going to be hearing from marty's lindsey friend stationed outside moscow's ecuador embassy with more on the story stay with us after this short break here on r.t. .
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a flight that was supposedly carrying n.s.a. whistleblower edward snowden to safety away from u.s. attempts to have him extradited only he wasn't on the plane and no one saw him boarding the aeroflot flight from cuba from cuba to cuba from moscow where he was reporting to us spent the night at sheremetyevo airport that plane departed two hours ago was packed with journalists but apparently short one whistleblower that plane now heading toward the atlantic and will pass through u.s. controlled airspace that would give u.s. authorities a chance to intercept the passenger jet well we spoke with attorney and historian general hoar gerald horne who thinks the u.s. is likely to fail in its attempts to retrieve the whistleblower. well if you listen to the congress persons appearing on sunday checks do united states more with think slow their breathing find threatening measures just short of nuclear war. is not speedily dispatched back to new york or washington united states for example
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routinely excepts on its territories citizens fleeing cuba without passports i would also say the united states routinely receives on its soil those it deems to be political dissidents who do not have passports if you look at the extradition treaty between united states ecuador there is a provision that says that extradition does not have to be here to a so-called political crime is that ploy and certainly what mr snowden is accused of is in essence a political crime governments and corporations using all means at their disposal to spy on the public demand for data encryption services is getting artie's marine important look at how people are trying to shield their personal data from the eyes of big brother. in a post prism world some are losing and others are gaining google over arise in facebook apple and other u.s.
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technology companies have lost credibility and the trust of their customers encrypted communications services on the other hand are seeing their businesses boom oh it's going crazy. you know a lot of people suspected these. the government u.s. government was spying on americans but now we have this confirmation and so everybody is contacting us now when we've had a huge surge in orders phil zimmerman is the co-founder and c.e.o. of silent circle a global encrypted mobile service that protects users' privacy from the us national security agency and big data companies we have created an architecture that doesn't share the key cryptographic keys with the servers and servers that we control we don't keep logs of the of the connections between people so a court order can make us give them something we don't have however privacy doesn't
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come free and annual membership to silent circle cost one hundred twenty dollars the newest kid on the block is secret the mobile app encrypts voice calls and text messages the south african company has clients in two hundred countries with skyrocketing demands recently coming from the u.s. and u.k. the application as sensually allows you to create a new identity with a secure phone number. need to be every day and travel. going forward not just. of the. other countries. as you call it easy as you were the day meanwhile daily traffic at the search engine start page has doubled in less than a month jumping to nearly four million queries the netherlands based company doesn't store ip addresses and it's not subject to us jurisdiction we strip out
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anything that would identify you and then we submit the search for you to google on your behalf and then we get the results back from google we strip out any kind of tracking cookies or anything that might be included with that we serve the results to you privately and then we delete all. the records of your visit so we delete your ip address we delete your search terms and at the end of the day we have no record of anyone even having been on our website while the global push for privacy is accelerating experts say encryption alone won't be enough the n.s.a. surveillance is is worse than. worse and so i think we also have to try to push back with public policy debates in the us and get the laws to change the exposure of america's global electronic surveillance program has also revealed alternatives to all those who want to secure their privacy however in most cases people will have to pay to protect their communication from a government that's been accessing and story data for years reporting from new york
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find out what's really happening to the global economy in concert reports. on the run n.s.a. whistleblower edward snowden off the radar with no sign of him aboard a flight bound for cuba he was reportedly both done spending a night at a moscow airport. this footage from our correspondent over the airplane see where snowden was meant to be sitting in a few hours the flight will enter u.s. airspace where the u.s. might have a chance to intercept the air flow jet. washington desperate to porn or snowden criticizing countries that he passes through demanding his immediate deportation.


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