The Snowden files -- the inside story of the world’s most wanted man | Luke Harding | TEDxAthens

  • Published on Dec 15, 2014
  • This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. "We now know, thanks to Edward Snowden- that all of us, Greek citizens, Brits, Americans are being spied and that all of our data - whether its text messages, selfies, G-allocation data from our iphones that we carry around with us - is being collected. Luke thinks that Snowden has done the world a great service by revealing this and thinks it’s got profound implications for democracy - and for all of us - for anyone who uses Facebook or Google or downloads videos from TVclip and so on.
    So that’s the big picture. On a micro level what we can do about this as citizens?"
    Luke Harding is a journalist, writer and award-winning correspondent with the Guardian. He has reported from Delhi, Berlin and Moscow and covered wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Ukraine. Between 2007 and 2011 he was the Guardian's Moscow bureau chief. The Kremlin expelled him from the country in the first case of its kind since the Cold War.
    His latest book "The Snowden Files: The Inside Story of the World's Most Wanted Man" was published in February by Guardian Faber. In June Oliver Stone bought film rights. Luke is the author of three previous non-fiction books. They are "The Liar: The Fall of Jonathan Aitken" (1997), nominated for the Orwell Prize; and "WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange's War on Secrecy" (2011), both written with David Leigh. The screen rights to Wikileaks were sold to Hollywood and the film, "The Fifth Estate", starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Daniel Bruhl, came out in 2013. "Mafia State: How One Reporter Became an Enemy of the Brutal New Russia" appeared in 2011. His books have been translated into 20 languages.
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Comments • 769

  • MrWeedWacky
    MrWeedWacky 22 minutes ago

    2:00 - well they have no clue how a computer works if they think that angle grinder did anything to the data on the computer.

  • Geno  Injian
    Geno Injian 3 hours ago

    Everyone in comments backing up Snowden don’t have a clue how great we have it in America. Go move to Russia and see how great life is there. Read some autobiographies about other countries and you will have a different outlook of America. To many ungrateful people in America that need to give thanks . I’m Native American and can see how much better life is here compared to other countries.

  • Don Wheeler
    Don Wheeler 3 hours ago

    I learned more about Snowden in the comments below than I did from the video. Some people have a gift a speaking publicly and he ain’t got it.
    He seems very nervous and his trying to be funny while nobody is laughing is making things even more uncomfortable. Maybe that’s by design so the audience will tune out. IDK...

  • Shane Gaffey
    Shane Gaffey 7 hours ago

    I am now God Almight..

    • Shane Gaffey
      Shane Gaffey 7 hours ago

      The Double ✝ Cross Continues...but I'm gonna go ahead and go outside My Pretty...and We Shall See...
      Let it be Written...
      (Ahahahaha. Ahahahaha)

  • Wade Mcrae
    Wade Mcrae Day ago

    Um and...

  • Tom Davison
    Tom Davison 2 days ago +1

    If Snowden is so worried about his data, I guess he does not use Google, Facebook or Twitter. They collect and sell more private data than all the security organizations in the world.They have now begun to censor content to shape public opinion.

  • Hector Victors
    Hector Victors 3 days ago

    I so badly wish back in 2012, he blew the whistle on the WiFi, cell tower, & cell phone damaging health effects, much more useful information then the fact that MI6 is spying on us ....

  • Peter George
    Peter George 3 days ago

    The words "The Guardian" and "patriotism" do not belong in the same sentence - biggest communist rag in the UK.

  • Adam Campbell
    Adam Campbell 5 days ago

    Who needs enemies when you have the guardian as a friend

  • Brandon Whitehead
    Brandon Whitehead 5 days ago +1

    Just like his paper. 10% fact, 90% fiction.

  • Philip Buckley
    Philip Buckley 6 days ago

    did not 60 minutes expose this information months before this individual....

  • Rafael Garcia Cazorla

    The main issue about the American government and their vassals is not their ability to spy everybody, which is great, but their incapacity to resolve the day-to-day problems of their own people; they cannot deal with their own BS

  • 123spleege
    123spleege 8 days ago

    just watch the documentary. this guy is a hack coming way too late in the game. get a job moron.

  • Daniel Young
    Daniel Young 9 days ago +1

    You want to know the real reason that the NSA is awful?

  • R. Weidmann
    R. Weidmann 9 days ago

    I used to be all for privacy and thought Edward Snowden was a hero. After having heard Niclas Bostrom discuss the matter I'm now convinced that complete privacy is anathema to future society. A certain amount of spying is absolutely required to protect us. Edward Snowden was misguided.

  • Scott Myers
    Scott Myers 9 days ago

    The title of this was written by an American "The world's most wanted man" meaning America!. They believe they are the world. They're not! Nobody else wishes any harm or charges to be brought against Mr. Snowden.

  • bigwolf 22346
    bigwolf 22346 10 days ago

    wait is there a show about this guy?

  • Audio Maverick
    Audio Maverick 10 days ago

    I knew iPhone users were Zombies years before the NSA said it.

  • jim hump
    jim hump 10 days ago

    how a figure out the archiles heel from the west and thats its immigration laws and democracy , how to sneak in the west and give fals identity and become an governament official and impliment severe laws to submit westerners and destroy them by their own liberals laws thats the end of the west, they them selves will help you trough universities to destroy them by their self rightious narscistme,

    YOWA NOWA 11 days ago

    18:50 creepiest looking dude, pause it you'll see him.

  • moral decadence
    moral decadence 12 days ago

    zioists will rule the world israel will become the center of the world

  • Ronzig the Wizard
    Ronzig the Wizard 13 days ago

    It's a tragedy of unbounded proportions that a man who should have been praised has become the world's most wanted man. The American and all Western nations peoples should be ashamed that they let Snowden become a martyr and did noting to protect him. The truth is you get what you deserve and will keep on getting more.

  • iggy fugazi
    iggy fugazi 13 days ago

    and yet life has gone on... we may care we may be outraged but we can't stop them and they refuse to police themselves.... Snowden Should be free. But who should be in jail? CIA FBI NSA justice Department? Congress or the President? laws have been written to protect them....

  • Gary Hughes
    Gary Hughes 14 days ago

    The next Snowdon and Assange are just around the corner. These guys are hero's and deserve our respect for the jobs that they have done at personal risk.

  • roundandsquareful
    roundandsquareful 14 days ago +1

    Forcing the Guardian to destroy Snowden's info is outright criminal.

  • justicelut
    justicelut 14 days ago

    Us watching them, watching us watching them!

  • Kevin Burress
    Kevin Burress 14 days ago

    they're just wasting their time trying to force a stalemate that people are willing to countries are willing to risk enough to stop. And that's the thing there are strategies and thresh-holds to eliminate a stalemate.

  • Douglass-hull
    Douglass-hull 15 days ago

    Yet he immensely helped Russia and China's ambition to control their own people, and you, using mass surveillance. Go figure.

  • Will Gant
    Will Gant 18 days ago

    So, glad not to have children in this fake democracy!

  • Chris Ward
    Chris Ward 19 days ago +2

    He exposed the fake freedom we all think we have.

  • Irene Kan.
    Irene Kan. 21 day ago

    “Hey, spies, come and get me! I watch such stuff all the time.I’m not scared!!!”
    (What if 2days later I’m gone missing? 🤔😳)
    Btw this guy is the bravest! We all need to become like him to change this f.. society.

  • SometimesInnocent
    SometimesInnocent 22 days ago

    Scotty from Star Tek was Canadian

  • Don Peebly
    Don Peebly 22 days ago +1

    In case the gentleman being interviewed in the first few minutes of this video was talking about the US, which she probably was, our country is a constitutional republic and not a democracy. People keep repeating the same error over and over again.
    Now that’s not to say the Democratic Party doesn’t want to turn it into a pure democracy where all the major population centers along the east and west coasts will determine the outcomes of presidential elections from here on out.
    The United States was not set up to be that for good reason. Pray that we never become a true democracy where the mob always rules. The electoral college is a genius concept and should be extended to state elections as well.

  • Ha Gotyah
    Ha Gotyah 22 days ago

    Get up today and do something about this today do you postive actions that will change the world for the better LETS MAKE A CHALLENGE

  • Ha Gotyah
    Ha Gotyah 22 days ago

    Share this video

  • Linda Warnke
    Linda Warnke 25 days ago

    Snowmen is right. He and willies Americans think that they are heroes for the whole world. Obama spied on the world. You noticed the spelling? That's because they will not allow me to put the real in. But you are smart people so you will know the meaning

  • Jalz
    Jalz 25 days ago

    "Now,i don't need to worry about what's gonna happen tomorrow.Because i'm happy for what i've done today." - Snowden.

    POET CERA 26 days ago

    Not sure if I’m the first to say this, it seems to me that the NSA is the CIA’s version of the National Guard.

  • tenderbastard tenderbastard

    the dog said, "with war, the death of journalism, inequality, massive entertainment to throw people off the truth, humans are just about at peak irreversability of humanity." ~ tenderbastard

  • Omnipitous
    Omnipitous 27 days ago

    What amazes me the most is that people didn't already know the government was doing this all along. Just like governments all over the world are doing it, and how China, the principal developers of 5G are getting ready to have a backdoor to everyone's 5G compatible devices.

  • John O'B
    John O'B 28 days ago

    The biggest threat to tyranny is integrity. Thank you Edward Snowden.

  • Crashburn 32
    Crashburn 32 29 days ago

    Snowden should never have to pay for a drink in America ever again. He's a hero and I hope someday ALL American's are taught about him, instead of Christopher Columbus or Paul Revere and other fake "heroes."

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  • Man Ray
    Man Ray Month ago

    Oh hey mr.fbi

  • Paul Marler
    Paul Marler Month ago

    He is wanted for trying to keep the government honest? actually, by the U.S Constitution, the government committed and commits treason every day by using the powers that were given to them by the American people to trample on our right to privacy and stealing our tax dollars.

  • John Doe
    John Doe Month ago

    Doesn't anyone remember that Luke Harding was known to be an unreliable narrator on the snowden issue? Not to mention glen greenwald bodied him when it came down to objective reporting on the matter with follow up details.
    After the years have passed, its pretty obvious that Harding really didnt know jackshit abt snowden.

  • A Spencer
    A Spencer Month ago

    @1:00 How's that going 2019

  • heisag
    heisag Month ago

    Oddly enough, i would be much more surprised , even before wikileaks and Snowden, if nobody was spying on peoples electronic

  • tintin snowy
    tintin snowy Month ago

    didn't the US said huawei phones are spying on you? lol so they started spying on the world first

  • try-much harder
    try-much harder Month ago

    he has done a great thing for the citizens of the u.s. yet we as a country continue to let this true American Hero DOWN .

  • TheDarknessIsWaiting
    TheDarknessIsWaiting Month ago +1

    A Poll was submitted to all the Leaders of the United Nations in 1954 what is the most important or First Question to ask of Alien or even Artificial Intelligence, should we encounter the former or create the latter, "Is there a God?". So they asked this question when the occurrence finally happened and the Answer given back was so secret that thousands of people even Presidents were killed to protect it. It has been the greatest of all secrets every Country. Now in a Leak in the early 21st Century it was revealed .... The answer is there a God? the response from the Artificial or Alien Intelligence was... T H E R E I S N O W.

  • Vito Capone
    Vito Capone Month ago


  • Allen Howard
    Allen Howard Month ago

    How accurate is the Snowden movie from Oliver Stone?

  • She's OldSchool
    She's OldSchool Month ago +1

    My cell battery at random times has just gone from 100% down to nothing, with no background apps running....for no reason. Now I know (hello NSA!)
    But: Our real battle isn't against people, it's what is behind them, principalities and powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places.... Eph 6:12
    It's only going to get worse so you better belong to the Lord, He will be your only defence.

  • Mr McDonald
    Mr McDonald Month ago

    The "British government" are a bunch of poofy Morons.

  • Rachel Williams
    Rachel Williams Month ago

    How many people think that our data will be held against us in the near future ?

  • Jack Elvis
    Jack Elvis 2 months ago

    Thank you, Snowden. At least I know, I mean we all know why Huawei is going through what's going through. They want the iPhone to be the leading phone, which is used worldwide. But, Again, thank you, Snowden, You are my Hero.

  • Ttony777 Cpespective
    Ttony777 Cpespective 2 months ago

    2 Timothy 3

  • Paul Redinger
    Paul Redinger 2 months ago

    Snowden is a hero!! He should be given a medal for showing how corrupt our government really is. A bunch of puppets for the elite. Two faced, don't give a rip about the people unless your income is within the top 5%. The government has been selling the people out since George Bush.

  • David Frison
    David Frison 2 months ago +1

    They really do have the ability to turn your phone on..or the microphone..I've left my phone on in the middle of the night and wake up and the listening feature or the sound recorder was turned on...I doubt they listen in real time but definitely record it and store it for future use if need be. . I've had quite a few instances where it was clear that someone was recording... especially between 2015 and 2017 ..not so much now.. but definitely before Data farms became common and they had to listen in real time I think they were like a kid in a candy store when the technology first came out was probably more about learning it's limits rather than spying on anyone directly... quality control purposes..

  • Kenisha Hammond
    Kenisha Hammond 2 months ago

    Everyone throw away your cell phones, and get a landline. Understand we have the power over all of this. It's called using your mind to either create, or destroy. You decide!

    JEFF JACK 2 months ago +1

    Now i know why my phone randomly records my conversations and dies fast.

    ÄVaNGÄRD 0F TrÜtH 2 months ago

    I have the basics for a worldwide people security program it deflects intruders it changes your IP address to another location every 20 mins and it can track and pin point anyone trying to infiltrate the system or the data of the program

  • John Heigis
    John Heigis 2 months ago +1

    "Military" fact!
    Ed is taking the blame and shame, for the dereliction-of-duty of his "superiors"!
    Ed jumped the entire Chain-of-command, to "We", because his assigned CoC were being blatantly derelict - as though gallivanting on their best LSD trip - by "searching" any fetish "they" pleased, through deliberate unrestrained invasion into any persons privacy... peeking into bedrooms, where they didn't belong, and weren't invited... all in the name of "National Security"!
    Hiding within...
    Reflecting the "Quartering Act!" = YOU being forced to house and feed - at your expense - Gen. Gage's nastiest thugs, and him wanting you completely contained, just so he could get back home quick, and live royal!
    "we" became the royalty here!
    It's called "...illegal search and seizure... "... And... "dereliction-of-duty"!!!
    Remember that "OATH"!!!
    The one about a "domestic enemy"!!!
    Ed did his job! He exposed domestic enemies!
    Ed, "we" hear you!
    "We" needs work, by "we"!
    Welcome to "WE...!!!! "
    No More!!!
    "We" fought that war!
    "We" have "Rights!"
    A well regulated [active and passive, contingencies management systems] being necessary, to the [national security posture], of a free state, the right [... A wake-up, to all ex-military... Hi!... and Semper Fi = You ARE the core / Corp "We" need! Using the Swiss example! = providing and serving, as a back-bone... of nominated leadership, and open doors... A starting point, to restore "demos-kratos", within the Republic (S)!
    Note: ...1775...
    Neighborhoods forced to gather together frequently... Same place & time... To learn one another... infinitely more... For "security"... politics... business... commerce... theologies... training... exercise... surveys... polls... planning.... "demos-kratos"... with neighbor incident management... managers...
    FEMA recommends that all communities maintain secondary EOCs = "We" can use that = Plug DES-S into DES! [Disaster & Emergency Services... Support! ]... = to consolidate and coordinate resources... To mechanize and empower pure / direct demos-kratos... within the republics!
    This system once existed...
    It's just laying there... Unused!
    It belongs to "We"! YOU!
    It's that 4th Branch balance!
    "we" got lazy, and let it fade out, when the security formations were no longer needed.
    Without it... Now!
    (As a message to Ed... and Chelsea... and all who have tried to enlighten "we" to these truths... First, thanks for telling me what I've needed to know... And... Please... This system needed your help, and oversight.
    I trust you to continue serving "We", as best you can.)]
    [From: A lifetime in, and researching "civil-defense"!
    You should see the whole of this! Very cool!
    To you "Boomers", and Vietnam combat vets... Please take the lead!
    To you "urban" combat vets... Help!
    To all others... Find your fit.
    Kids... You probably know your neighbors better than parents. Help!...
    Call it DEMOS!
    Democratic Emergency Management, Operations, and Services!
    =A non-profit, logistics-liaison corporation, built on a matrix organizational structure!
    Project / Mission #1 start-up!
    P/M #2 Grant writing
    #3 personnel
    4 projects = matching resources
    5 NBC recon
    Social infrastructure
    Political = surveys, polls,
    Culture = restore forums
    Tech = DOPLAR, "dutchsinse",...
    Legal = "We" "for.. of.. by"...
    Econ = commerce...
    Environment = humans... Social-animals... Habitats... Nitches... Biomes... Ecos... Biosphere! Atmosphere! Lithosphere! Exosphere! Hydrosphere! Technosphere! Anthrosphere! ...
    "Politics is local!" ("Tip" O'Neil)?
    "Security is local!",
    "civil-defense" is local! (me)!

  • flopimus
    flopimus 2 months ago

    The audience looks bored and slightly irritated

  • lonnielrc
    lonnielrc 2 months ago +2

    Obama was a sale out.

  • lonnielrc
    lonnielrc 2 months ago

    No more film or pictures of people helping you snowdom

  • Data Juggler
    Data Juggler 2 months ago +16

    Edward is the greatest American in my lifetime, and should be in charge of the NSA.

  • Data Juggler
    Data Juggler 2 months ago +1

    14:20 Id don't own a cell phone.

  • scwottful
    scwottful 2 months ago

    I spy with my little eye, remember saying that as a child? How powerful did you feel at the time? This is the feeling that the organizations, who claim to be looking after your interest's chase, they are addicted, they are ill and we let them pursue their addiction.

  • Medcare Products
    Medcare Products 2 months ago

    Ironic that Snowden is all about free speech and yet he's hiding in Russia. Lot's of free speech and open government there, right?

  • Casey James
    Casey James 2 months ago +1

    Those that say they dont have anything to hide so they dont care ..... Would you be happy to have a completely seethrough house so all your neighbours can see you all the time? Think about it...

  • LJ Adkins
    LJ Adkins 2 months ago

    Glad I don't have an iPhone.

  • Judge OvyoursoulvO
    Judge OvyoursoulvO 2 months ago +1

    Thank you, Edward.

  • kim greenlee
    kim greenlee 2 months ago

    How is that Julián Assange/Wikileaks -publisher, has been arrested but the guardian didn’t get in trouble. What’s the difference.

  • Joe Me
    Joe Me 2 months ago

    If you dont think that these devices are storing EVERYTHING about you and what you do you might be a millinial liberal robot.

  • Daniel Horack
    Daniel Horack 2 months ago +1

    If this really happened wouldn't you think that that guy who told was probably part of the plan. Like ,go tell everyone were watching the. Set up a whole conspiracy and then they will act like they are being watched.

    • Jed yuunt
      Jed yuunt Month ago +1

      Yea it did change the way people act and go about their daily lives. Sure.

  • ESP1000
    ESP1000 2 months ago +2

    In Jan of 2010 I put up a video that had 120,000 views in 2 hours and off You Tube in 2.25 hrs By the of the day all my computers and my cell phones 4 in family crashed were useless. I'll say no more except that a week later I was struck by a SUV T BONED HE HAD NO LIGHTS ON Oh he walked away without a scratch. i ROLLED 3 TIMES AND WAS IN HOSPITAL FOR 3 MONTHS. ..I hired an attorney friend who's investigator could find no one with the name of the guy who struck me. My brother in law was told by towing company the day after accident the SUV HAD BEEN CRUSHED AND COULDN'T GIVE OUT INFORMATION ABOUT WHO INSTRUCTED THEM TO DESTROY IT. I STILL post videos exposing the truth

  • Mychael McCormack
    Mychael McCormack 2 months ago +24

    Thank you Edward Snowden God bless you Peace

  • John Sampson
    John Sampson 2 months ago +1

    Why do English-speakers speak so fast in a country where people speak Greek? You reach
    much more people if you slow down so that a person who speak a foreign language can keep up! But I guess, they just don't get it.

  • Bernard Matthews Turkey Drumsticks

    I was spied on just the other day. I was stopped at a traffic light waiting to go and another car pulled up beside me and the passenger was leaning out of the window looking at me and he had his hand cupped to his ear trying to listen to what I was up to. It's an every day occurrence here in central Africa.
    Another time a man was sat on a bench looking at me through a raised newspaper with eye holes cut out. I killed that man though.

  • John Kean
    John Kean 2 months ago +2

    The real reason they don't like hackers is that hackers will discover what a fallacy it all is and MI havent got any secrets worth hacking!

  • Sam Joel
    Sam Joel 2 months ago

    Only English people need to explain their jokes LOL
    PROVINCIAL jajannajajanajaha

  • Rhonda Sisco-Cleveland
    Rhonda Sisco-Cleveland 2 months ago +2

    And yet Obama knew Hillary was taking hammers to her communication devices and had a private unsecured server....

  • Mark Maxwell
    Mark Maxwell 2 months ago

    Think the worst
    And you are usually right 😉😉😉
    But you can embarrass people by legal means and by showing how idiotic certain thinks are.

  • Faubert Legendre
    Faubert Legendre 2 months ago

    Jesus,Jesus,jesus, viens viens : viens parmi nous .

  • Philip Buckley
    Philip Buckley 2 months ago

    sound bites....

  • Scott Smith
    Scott Smith 2 months ago

    How is snowmen wanted world wide? He is safe in Russia. Snowmen was a hero. Because of him we are all safe from totalitarian government.

  • perry lc
    perry lc 2 months ago +2

    Nothing has changed because of him.

  • Timothy Hennig
    Timothy Hennig 2 months ago +2

    Edward Snowden AKA Timothy McVeigh.( Compare photos)
    Now that would be a story...would'nt it?

  • Natural Reaction
    Natural Reaction 2 months ago +3

    Sadly I don't think many people know snowden we should have a national snowden day.

    • try-much harder
      try-much harder Month ago

      @Natural Reaction sounds like a plan . we can start the Ed Snowden movement i really do believe he deserves at least that from all Americans ! happy belated Ed Snowden Day ! 1/1/2019

    • Natural Reaction
      Natural Reaction Month ago

      @try-much harder I'll be back Jan 1st to support

    • try-much harder
      try-much harder Month ago +1

      yes i do concur . how about jan. 1st ?

  • Sonam Gyatso
    Sonam Gyatso 2 months ago +6

    Nobel Prize nomination for Edward Snowden is urgent - just like for Julian Assange!!!!

    GORDON MCCHESNEY 2 months ago +1

    Whine and moan here, but all you fools have been spying on yourselves for 15 years. DARPA developed software that would follow people by their own input throughout their lives. It was called "LIFELOG". DARPA shut down Lifelog on 04 Feb 2004. Facebook went live on 04 Feb 2004. Coincidence?

  • Kerry Marris
    Kerry Marris 2 months ago +3

    right on Snowden, deserve the Nobel Peace prize,
    and Pole dancer
    girlfriend🆗 🆒 ‼️
    the elite oligarchy deep state military industrial complex can get🔛🔝 of 🔥,
    and say hello to👿☠️🆗, and take Mr🤡Trump with you to🔥👿☠️🆗 bye bye.
    Wonka say's if you want the truth just ask A dolphin or A whale?? what they think about this ???

  • omar The Great
    omar The Great 2 months ago +3

    A hero who is being painted as a traitor. That must speak volumes. But hay this is the land of the free home of the brave 😜

    • Fresh Bread
      Fresh Bread 2 months ago

      omar The Great land of the lies n deceit

  • Blade Master Ra
    Blade Master Ra 3 months ago +7

    what a patriot! The truth rules this is the same government, that tells us we are safe with 5G radiation that is proven and yet ignored.

  • Julie Ashton
    Julie Ashton 3 months ago +4

    Interesting how four years after this speech The Guardian is so anti Assange I've removed it from my news feed.

  • Jenny klarke
    Jenny klarke 3 months ago

    Snowden is a hero to everyday people in the free world. We should have the right to privacy until we have given reason to lose that right.

  • Herald Deyrnas
    Herald Deyrnas 3 months ago

    We have had SDcards deleted remotely. Millions will die young without our information.

  • Palle Svensson
    Palle Svensson 3 months ago

    This guy had a great party the night before and is still jacked up. The crowd on the other hand is about to fall asleep. They all wish for a party like he had. The contrast/pain is real.