United States pursues “Edward Snowden” on charges of theft and espionage




United States pursues “Edward Snowden” on charges of theft and espionage
The United States demanded the Hong Kong government to deport “Snowden” to be tried

The United States confirmed that it made the pretext of criminal charges against “Edward Snowden,” the contractor formerly with the National Security Agency of America, who recently leaked documents proving the involvement of the agency of spying on Internet users in the United States in what became known as the “Prism” PRISM controversial and that the agency of which monitors the Internet and telephone communications.

The United States accused “Snowden” Almokhtbye currently in Hong Kong on charges of theft of government property and making connections unauthorized about information relating to national security, and on the back of his leaking confidential documents to newspapers, The Guardian, The Washington Post, which is recognized on a voluntary basis recently .

The United States has demanded Hong Kong imprison “Snowden” in preparation for deportation to his country in order to appear in court, but despite the presence of a reciprocal agreement to deport suspects between the two countries, but it is unclear how easy procedures, especially as there are some limitations to the Convention when the charges relate to political crimes, so According to health Independent reported on Saturday.

It is noteworthy that the project and the National Security Agency of America, which leaked “Snowden” bears the name Prism PRIMS which – according to the documents – a program that is downloaded to systems companies, allowing intelligence services to obtain all the information owned by Internet companies (from the date of the talks, pictures, names and Sent files, voice calls and video, etc.), and even user access times and he left immediately.

It was the largest Internet companies in the United States such as Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Apple and others, has denied knowledge of the existence of the program or assist the U.S. government in the users to obtain information illegally.
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