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By Press Gazette | 09 Dec 2013
Revelations about Government surveillance first broken by The Guardian have prompted eight of the world's leading technology companies to write an open letter to the US President.
By Darren Boyle | 05 Dec 2013
A Government minister who claims the British state sanctioned the murder of a whistleblower believes the level of spying in Britain and the US on their own citizens should be investigated.
Rusbridger: 'The next Edward Snowden won't go to a newspaper, they will dump this stuff on the internet'By Dominic Ponsford | 03 Dec 2013
MPs today warned Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger that he has breached the Terrorism Act 2000 by transmitting the names of British spies oversees.
By Axegrinder | 20 Nov 2013
Whilst trying to overthrow oppressive regimes around the globe Axegrinder imagines it is difficult to keep in touch with friends and family.
By Dominic Ponsford | 19 Nov 2013
The Guardian has been censured by the Press Complaints Commission over “serious overstatements” and inaccuracies in three articles about the Queen's Private Secretary and his role in signing off the Royal Charter on press regulation.
Paddy Ashdown calls for inquiry into 'erosion of our liberties' exposed by Guardian in Snowden revelationsBy Darren Boyle | 19 Nov 2013
Former special-forces soldier and Liberal Democrat peer Paddy Ashdown last night called for a “proper inquiry” into the level of state-sponsored spying exposed by The Guardian.
Lord Falconer 'sceptical' about damage done by leaking Snowden documents which '850,000' could accessBy Dominic Ponsford | 18 Nov 2013
Former Labour Lord Chancellor Lord Falconer has downplayed the extent to which Guardian stories based on the Edward Snowden leaks have damaged national security.
By Darren Boyle | 12 Nov 2013
The Metropolitan Police has tasked a team of detectives to investigate the Guardian over the Edward Snowden leaks, it has been claimed.
By Darren Boyle | 09 Nov 2013
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger will appear before the Commons home affairs committee to defend his decision to publish the Edward Snowden files.
As Guardian Snowden revelations attacked by spy chiefs, paper says journalists prevented 'catastrophic leak'By Dominic Ponsford | 08 Nov 2013
The Guardian has said that newspapers had stopped the Snowden leaks becoming “catastrophic” as its revelations said by security chiefs to have compromised national security.
By Press Association | 06 Nov 2013
The partner of a Guardian journalist held for nine hours at Heathrow under anti-terror laws has urged High Court judges to rule that his detention was unlawful and breached his fundamental right to freedom of expression.
By Darren Boyle | 06 Nov 2013
The partner of former Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald who was held by authorities while travelling though Heathrow airport will launch a legal case against his detention today.
By Ilse Bruijn | 31 Oct 2013
The mayor of London said today that he believes the Guardian’s exposure of espionage within UK and US intelligence agencies was right and that the public deserved to know.
Cameron's counter-productive threats against The Guardian show apparent ignorance about the DA Notice systemBy Dominic Ponsford | 29 Oct 2013
Prime Minister David Cameron appeared to show a lack of understanding when he threatened The Guardian with a 'D Notice' yesterday over its continuing revelations about the US and UK security services.
Cameron threatens injunctions and other 'tough measures' if Guardian fails to show 'social responsibility' over Snowden leaksBy PA Mediapoint | 28 Oct 2013
Newspapers could have injunctions imposed on them if they fail to act responsibly by publishing further "damaging" security leaks, David Cameron warned today.
By Darren Boyle | 28 Oct 2013
A judge today ruled against newspapers seeking to publish footage of a British soldier allegedly executing an Afghan prisoner.
By Darren Boyle | 26 Oct 2013
Intelligence chiefs at GCHQ prepared a plan to counter damaging press leaks exposing their surveillance techniques to mitigate against unfavourable coverage.
By Dominic Ponsford | 25 Oct 2013
Revelations from The Guardian that the US may have eavesdropped on the telephone calls of 35 world leaders has prompted a concern from the French and German governments.
By Darren Boyle | 23 Oct 2013
Britain’s spy services will lose contact with ‘some very dangerous individuals and groups’ as a result of the Guardian’s Edward Snowden leaks, a Government minister has warned.
By Darren Boyle | 22 Oct 2013
A Tory MP who has urged the Metropolitan police to investigate The Guardian has condemned the paper for leaking details of "gay and lesbian clubs" attended by GCHQ staff.