Apr 302015
 
 April 30, 2015  Posted by  Misc

Natasha Bertrand reports:

Internet freedom advocate Jacob Appelbaum recently told Fusion that he believes everyone has the right to privacy.

“I don’t think any surveillance is legitimate,” he told reporter Kashmir Hill. “Everyone should have the right to privacy and know their emails won’t be read, even if they are horrible people, like cops in Ferguson.”

At the same time, however, the “American Wikileaks hacker” said that the Sony executives whose emails were recently released by Wikileaks didn’t deserve this right.

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