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Edward Snowden Interview Live: NSA Whistleblower Speaks at SXSW 2014By Mary-Ann RussonMarch 10, 2014 13:04 GMTGovernments need watchdogs to provide "oversight" for CongressNSA is giving other countries a "green light" to collect data on citizensIt's not wrong for large companies to collect data,Nike Air Max 2015 Women Black Red Blue, but it's the length of time it's kept that's at issueUsers should use TOR anonymity network to encrypt their dataEdward Snowden talks live to SXSW about NSA,Nike Air Max 2011 Womens Blue Grey UK, encryption and how we can secure our dataReuters17:01 Our live coverage ends here, thank you for reading.16:58 SXSW: "A final question for you Edward,Nike Air Max 2014 Womens UK, why did you decide to go public with your allegations?"ES: "When I went public with this, it wasn't to try to change the government. What I wanted to do was to inform the public so that they could make a decision and consent to the surveillance. The result is that every society in the world has benefited with a more secure environment. Would I do it again? Yes. This is something we have a right to know and deserve to know. I took an oath to protect the country and the interpretation of the constitution had been changed in secret from 'No unreasonable search or seizure' to 'any search and seizure is fine' and that's something everyone should know about."16:56 SXSW: "From Twitter, wasn't NSA mass surveillance a solution to the internet driven by contractors?"ES: "The problem is that when the NSA gets a pot of money, they don't develop the solution for themselves - they bring in contractors. The problem is you've got contractors and private companies influencing policy. You've got people who aren't accountable,Nike Air Max 2013 Mens UK, who are saying, 'Hey, let's do that,Woman Air Max 2015 Running Shoes Orange White, let's move money into public surveillance,' without asking if it's in the public's interest, and we need to make sure this doesn't go too far."16:49 Edward Snowden stands in front of the First Amendment of the US Constitution@TwitcamSXSW: "From Twitter, Isn't it just a matter of time before NSA can unencrypt any form of data?"ES: "The US has investigated my dealings with journalists, and they still have no idea what documents they have or don't have, because encryption works. To encrypt the data so that no one can break it, the keys need to be protected so that they can't be stolen. The maths is sound and the data isn't going to be stolen. The US government actually supports that they know at this point, that neither the Russian or Chinese government have any access to this information, and the US government would know."CS: "Ed is right. If the US government want to know what you do, they won't break your encryption, they'll hack into your devices and find vulnerabilities that haven't been patched. The goal here isn't to stop the NSA from going after criminals and terrorists - the goal is to stop the NSA from spying on innocent users. To make it too expensive for the NSA to spy on everyone, to raise the price of surveillance so that it no longer becomes economically viable to spy on everyone."16:44 CS: "Cryptographers are all really pissed about the allegations that have come out about the NSA subverting security. Those people should be mad and they can make a difference. This is good, because the security tools that come out in the next six months will be far more secure than they are now."SXSW: "A question from Twitter: Is there anything we can do to make sure are data is secure from the NSA?"ES: "There are a couple of technologies. There's full disc encryption, then there's network encryption and then there's also TOR, a mixed-routing network that's encrypted from the user, through the IP to a network of clouds, so because of this, your ISP can no longer spy on you by default, when you go to any website. In order to spy on TOR, you'd have to try to hack into the TOR cloud or monitor exits from TOR, but that's really difficult for any sort of mass surveillance. You'll be much safer."16.41: CS: "Tech companies need to win back trust, a lot of people are wary of trusting American companies with their data now."SXSW: "A degre

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