October 1, 2015
That’s why notable whistleblowers William Binney, Ray McGovern, Glenn Greenwald, and others traveled to Berlin to film this exclusive series of video interviews hosted by Zain Raza, Founder and Senior Editor of acTVism Munich.
acTVism Munich is an independent, non-profit media network that conducts regular broadcasts for a global audience from its home base in Munich, Germany.
With its goal of divulging those issues otherwise buried by an excess of corporate media propaganda, acTVism’s investigative journalism and high-quality videos feature pertinent information that you’re not being told.
Zain Raza’s new media network actively rejects advertisements and corporate financing of any stripe, instead choosing to fund their new grassroots media revolution solely through the donations of people like you.
Here at the Anti-Media we are honored to showcase acTVism Munich’s exciting work for our audience by turning these exclusive National Security Agency interviews into video articles published on our website for the duration of the release schedule.
The following interview is the first in an exclusive video series — released moments ago by acTVism Munich — and the Anti-Media is ready to make it viral.
The National Security Agency Interviews
acTVism Munich presents:
October 1, 2015 — Interview with William Binney
October 5, 2015 — Press Conference with Glenn Greenwald (part I)
October 19, 2015 — Press Conference with Glenn Greenwald (part II)
November 2, 2015 — Press Conference with Glenn Greenwald (part III)
December 14, 2015 — Interview with Annie Machon
December 21, 2015 — Interview with Ray McGovern
Code Red: A Global Initiative
In 2014 a group of the world’s most renowned privacy activists, whistleblowers, technologists and legal experts united to work on the development of a global initiative to fight surveillance.
Led by privacy veteran Simon Davies and former MI5 intelligence officer Annie Machon, the project has developed into the Code Red initiative.
Its aim is to create the next evolutionary step in the growing movement to curb excessive government power.
The project will build bridges between the technology, media, legal and policy worlds and will become a strategic hub for the many activists working in this arena.
Code Red will also create a clearing house for information in the anti-surveillance movement and will support whistleblowers and sources.
The following whistleblowers provide their views on the issue of privacy in the video above:
Thomas Andrews Drake: Former senior executive of the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA), a decorated United States Air Force and United States Navy veteran, and a whistleblower.
Annie Machon: Former MI5 intelligence officer who left the Service at the same time as David Shayler, her partner at the time, to help him blow the whistle about alleged criminality within the intelligence agencies.
Simon Davies: A privacy advocate and academic based in London. Davies was one of the first campaigners in the field of international privacy advocacy, founding the watchdog organization Privacy International in 1990 and subsequently working in emerging areas of privacy such as electronic visual surveillance, identity systems, border security, encryption policy and biometrics.
Elizabeth Murray: Served as Deputy National Intelligence Officer for the Near East in the National Intelligence Council before retiring after a 27-year career in the U.S. government. She is a member of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS).
Next up: October 5, 2015 –Press Conference with Glenn Greenwald (part I)
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