One Year After Snowden Revelations: Internet Users and Citizens, What Has Changed in the World According to You?



One year after the revelations of Edward Snowden, Internet Sans Frontières wishes to review the political, ethical, moral, philosophical, legal, citizen reflections that have resulted from these revelations. It is also an the opportunity for our association to give you the floor, Internet users and citizens: what has changed for in the world following these revelations, according to you?



Photo in action on NSA scandal/asylum for Snowden by greensefa on Flickr (CC BY 2.0)
Photo in action on NSA scandal/asylum for Snowden by greensefa on Flickr (CC BY 2.0)
On June 5, 2014 it will be a year since Glenn Greenwald, a journalist at The Guardian, published an article on the extensive surveillance program secretly implemented by the U.S. intelligence agency NSA. The article was based on information provided by a whistleblower, now a refugee in Russia, and in search of a safe haven: Edward Snowden.

Internet Without Borders takes the opportunity of this anniversary to analyze on the political, ethical, moral, philosophical, legal, reflections that have resulted from these sad revelations. We want to give you, citizens, the floor.

One year after the revelations of Edward Snowden, what has changed in the world, according to you, citizens and Internet users?

You can share your thoughts in photo, video, in the comment section below, by email (contact@internetsansfrontieres.org), or on Twitter with the hashtag #TheWorldAfterSnowden 
 
We will share your contributions in an article to be published on the website of our organization www.internetsansfrontieres.org


Mercredi 4 Juin 2014






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