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Read online Sem lugar para se esconder: Edward Snowden, a NSA e a espionagem do governo americano.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Sem lugar para se esconder: Edward Snowden, a NSA e a espionagem do governo americano Em maio de Glenn Greenwald partiu para Hong Kong ao encontro de uma fonte an nima que afirmava ter provas espantosas da espionagem generalizada conduzida pelo governo americano e que fazia quest o de s se comunicar por meio de pesadas ferramentas de criptografia .

Posteriormente essa fonte se identificou como Edward Snowden de anos funcion rio terceirizado da Ag ncia de Seguran a Nacional dos Estados Unidos NSA Suas revela es sobre o alcance amplo e sistem tico da vigil ncia da NSA ap s serem detalhadas por Greenwald em reportagens para o jornal The Guardian se tornaram uma das not cias mais explosivas e importantes da hist ria mundial recente suscitando um violento debate sobre seguran a nacional e privacidade de informa es Enquanto as discuss es seguem acaloradas e o governo dos Estados Unidos considera diversas propostas de reforma est claro que ainda precisamos refletir sobre o verdadeiro impacto das revela es de Snowden .

Neste livro Greenwald apresenta pela primeira vez todas as pe as da hist ria Aqui ele narra sua eletrizante estadia de dez dias em Hong Kong analisa as implica es mais profundas da implac vel vigil ncia norte americana e revela com documentos in ditos que lhe foram confiados pelo pr prio Snowden novas informa es sobre o abuso de poder sem precedentes da NSA .

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Sem lugar para se esconder: Edward Snowden, a NSA e a espionagem do governo americano
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A takedown of the GOP s deceitful propaganda machine from the hugely popular blogger of Salon com s Unclaimed Territory and the author of the i New York Times i bestsellers i How Would a Patriot Act i and i A Tragic Legacy i br Long since Americans were wooed by images of Ronald Reagan astride a horse complete with cowboy hat and rugged good looks the Republican Party has used a John Wayne mythology to build up its candidates and win elections Their marketing scheme of evoking brave courageous heroic warriors has been so persuasive and strikes such a patriotic nerve that many citizens have voted based on this manipulative imagery even when they ve flat out disagreed with the GOP s positions on key issues br Glenn Greenwald puts this bogus GOP mythology under microscopic critique and successfully argues that none of these men is in fact a brave strong moral warrior far from it Rather most have dodged military duty have strings of broken marriages and affairs and live decadent elitist lives which they so ruthlessly condemn Democrats for doing Such false archetypes that GOP leaders are exclusively t to command the military represent traditional family values and are fiscally restrained and responsible because they re just regular folk like us are so firmly entrenched in our culture as to allow the GOP to sit back and let their time tested marketing ploy spin itself silly while avoiding debate on real issues When they actually do voice opinions it s nothing more than a smear campaign of the supposed weakness and elitism of the Democrats br To prevent this tired marketing scheme from succeeding again Greenwald takes off the gloves and knocks down the hoaxes and myths exposing the tactics the right wing machine uses to drown out both reality and consideration of real issues But he also calls on Democrats to shake off the defensive posture We love America too We support the troops too We also believe in God and start attacking the Republican candidates for the hypocrites they in truth are br The first book to dissect the Republican Cult of Personality and leave it openly exposed in its unabashed shameful depravity i Great American Hypocrites i is a deeply necessary call out to Democrats to attack the GOP with their competitor s very own weapons br Ever since the cowboy image of Ronald Reagan was sold to Americans the Republican Party has used the same John Wayne imagery to support its candidates and take elections We all know how they govern but the right wing propaganda machine is very adept at hijacking debate br and marketing their candidates as effectively as the Marlboro Man br For example br b Myth b The Republican nominee is an upstanding regular guy who shares the values of the common man br b Reality b He divorced his first wife in order to marry a young multimillionaire heiress whose family then funded his political career br b Myth b Republicans are brave and courageous br b Reality b It s a party filled with chicken hawks and draft dodgers br b Myth b Republicans are strong on defense and will keep us safe br b Reality b They prey on fears and their endless wars make America far less secure br b Myth b The Republicans are the party of fiscal restraint and small limited government br b Reality b Soaring deficits unchecked presidential power and an increasingly invasive surveillance state are par for their course br i From the Hardcover edition i, p b i No Place to Hide i is a groundbreaking look at the NSA surveillance scandal from the reporter who broke the story b p p Investigative reporter for i The Guardian i and bestselling author Glenn Greenwald provides an in depth look into the NSA scandal that has triggered a national debate over national security and information privacy With further revelations from documents entrusted to Glenn Greenwald by Edward Snowden himself this book explores the extraordinary cooperation between private industry and the NSA and the far reaching consequences of the government s surveillance program both domestically and abroad br p, Major revelations about the US government s drone program bestselling author Jeremy Scahill and his colleagues at the investigative website i The Intercept i expose stunning new details about America s secret assassination policy br br When the US government discusses drone strikes publicly it offers assurances that such operations are a more precise alternative to troops on the ground and are authorized only when an imminent threat is present and there is near certainty that the intended target will be killed The implicit message on drone strikes from the Obama administration has been i trust but don t verify i br br The online magazine i The Intercept i exploded this secrecy when it obtained a cache of secret slides that provide a window into the inner workings of the US military s kill capture operations in Afghanistan Yemen and Somalia Whether through the use of drones night raids or new platforms yet to be employed these documents show assassination to be central to US counterterrorism policy br br The classified documents reveal that Washington s fourteen year targeted killing campaign suffers from an overreliance on flawed signals intelligence an apparently incalculable civilian toll and an inability to extract potentially valuable intelligence from terror suspects This campaign carried out by two presidents through four presidential terms has been deliberately obscured from the public and insulated from democratic debate i The Assassination Complex i allows us to understand at last the circumstances under which the US government grants itself the right to sentence individuals to death without the established checks and balances of arrest trial and appeal br br The book will include original contributions from Glenn Greenwald and Edward Snowden, Constitutional lawyer and columnist Glenn Greenwald argues this month that the digital surveillance state is out of control It s also failed to deliver on its promises of greater security Rather than helping to find the needle in the haystack we have only made the haystack bigger In our new digital surveillance state no one wins except perhaps defense contractors br br Commenting on Greenwald s essay will be Professor John Eastman formerly of Chapman University Law School Paul Rosenzweig now of the Heritage Foundation and formerly Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy in the Department of Homeland Security and the Cato Institute s own Julian Sanchez a prolific journalist on the interface of technology and civil liberties