19th July 2014
I, spy: Edward Snowden in exile
The Guardian Exclusive: Whistleblower says NSA revelations mean those with duty to protect confidentiality must urgently upgrade security
• Read Snowden's interview with The Guardian in Moscow
By Alan Rusbridger and Ewen MacAskill
The NSA’s British partner, GCHQ, and whether it is worse:
"Their respect for the privacy right, their respect for individual citizens, their ability to communicate and associate without monitoring and interference is not strongly encoded in law or policy. And the result of that is that citizens in the United Kingdom and citizens around the world who are targeted by the United Kingdom, by the UK government, by UK systems, by UK authorities, they’re at a much greater risk than they are in the United States."