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Edward Snowden discusses Japanese Government surveillance findings

Reblog for this months theme


Published on 10 Nov 2017

JCLU創立70周年記念シンポジウム「デジタル時代の監視とプライバシー」の第1部。アメリカ国家安全保障局 (NSA) および中央情報局 (CIA) の元局員・エドワード・スノーデン氏のライブインタビューノーカット版。

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In a recent interview with Edward Snowden in Japan he discussed the implications of the Japanese Secrets Act of 2013 (that was used to stop any information from whistleblowers concerning the Fukushima nuclear disaster).

The interview is 1 hour long and during the session he described how Japan had to enact the Secrets Act legislation for them to be able to access the 5 Eyes surveillance network. He explains that Japan will only be a 2nd tier partner because only white privileged countries (like the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and of course the USA) can be part of the 1st Tier partners.

The UK enacted a similar Secrets Act in April 2014 that would make nuclear information “Official Sensitive”, meaning that this data would not be available to the media…

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