Whistle-blower update: U.S. seeks Snowden extradition; WikiLeaker’s Gmail searched

Several stories involving whistle-blower/espionage suspect Edward Snowden cropped up Saturday, including word of a U.S. demand for his extradition. And news of a Justice Department search of a former WikiLeaks volunteer’s Gmail account has also surfaced. Here’s a quick summary:

In a brief report, The South China Morning Post said today that Snowden told the paper during a June 12 interview that the U.S. government has been hacking into the networks of cell-phone carriers based in Hong Kong and in mainland China. “The NSA [U.S. National Security Agency] does all kinds of things …

More @ news.cnet.com/8301-1009_3-57590599-83/whistle-blower-update-u.s-seeks-snowden-extradition-wikileakers-gmail-searched/


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