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Edward Snowden and Canada’s covert spying regime. I speak with Glenn Greenwald, the political journalist who helped expose the U.S. National Security Agency’s unprecedented spying program, and author of No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State.

We hear from Citizen Lab director Ron Deibert!

Show Notes:
Glenn Greenwald’s site
The Intercept

Ron Deibert’s site
Citizen Lab

Dril’s first tweet

Morse Code Generator! (You have to try this.)
The Morse System
Baltimore-Washington Telegraph Line
Lincoln’s Surveillance State
Communications Security Establishment Canada
PRISM: Snowden Interview (Vimeo Link)
Praxis Films
Towards Transparency in Canadian Telecommunications
CSEC used airport Wi-Fi to track Canadian travellers: Edward Snowden documents
Blue Coat
Obama on PRISM, Phone Spying Controversy (YouTube Link)
Prism NSA National Security Program Revealed (YouTube Link)
Glenn Greenwald Vs Bush Press Sec. Ari Fleischer Over NSA’s PRISM (YouTube Link)

Hosted and produced by Anshuman Iddamsetty
Executive produced by Christopher Frey
Original theme music by Kirby Best
Podcast logo by Michael DeForge

Additional music courtesy of the Free Music Archive:
Shomomose “May (Light Etc. Remix)”
johnny_ripper “Ego Death”
Cosmic Analog Ensemble “Interlude”
Krowne “Detective”
Bit Basic “Be Careful, I’ve Stood On It Too”
C. Scott “Enjoyable to Know”
Yuichiro Fujimoto “The Boys”

Additional sound effects courtesy of Freesound:
Rutger Mueller “Electric Noises and Glitches”
Metamorphmuses “Sound Forge Acoustic Mirror”
The Toilet Guy “Noisy Server Computer” 
Zabuhailo “Office Server Room”


Original theme music by Kirby Best

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