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Canada takes refugees who sheltered NSA whistle-blower Snowden

Vanessa Rodel and her daughter arrived in Toronto on Monday night after years of harassment in Hong Kong

Rethinking demand-led skills development in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

South Africa is on track to meet the NDP goal in terms of doctoral graduates

A humble helping hand in the NSA

'Ultimately, we're stronger when we have one common vision'

NSA conference strengthens ties in the skills development landscape

'We need to create clear linkages between education, teaching and the world of work'

National Skills Authority Awards 2019

The awards honour those who are equipping young South Africans with vital skills

Snowden gets a handle on Twitter

“I used to work for the government. Now I work for the public”

SXSW: Assange, surveillance, and the world’s wake-up call

The internet has changed from an apathetic space into a political battlefield. Alistair Fairweather recaps on Julian Assange's take on this.

Snowden: Children born today will not know concept of privacy

Edward Snowden has warned of the dangers posed by a loss of privacy in a message broadcast to Britain on Christmas Day.

Brazil not considering asylum for Snowden

After Edward Snowden's open letter, Brazil says it's not considering granting asylum to him as the country has not received a formal request.

Britain’s trying to shoot the messenger for NSA leaks

Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger had no problem justifying the press’s freedom to inform the public about mass surveillance.

Spy agencies face political, legal battles

Parliaments, tech leaders and privacy activists are working to bring the surveillance complex to heel.

Guardian editor tells Parliament Snowden data is secure

Britain's Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger has told Parliament that less than 1% of information leaked by Edward Snowden has been published.

Snowden to work for mystery Russian website

US security leaker Edward Snowden is set to start a job providing technical support at a major Russian website, says his lawyer.

Joe Public and his privacy

Do you know who has your data?

US spying: Yahoo! chief fears jail for going against NSA demands

Yahoo! chief Marissa Mayer said she feared winding up in prison for treason if she refused to comply with US spy demands for data.

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