Tired of helping the CIA? Quit Facebook, Venezuela minister urges

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On Wednesday, a Venezuelan government minister advised citizens to close Facebook bills to avoid writing informants for the U.S. critical Intelligeintelligenceegarding the latest revelations about U.S. surveillance applications. Edward Snowden, a former U.S. national security agency contractor who was caught in a Moscow airport in search of to steer clear of seizing using us, remaining month leaked details about American intelligence businesses obtaining data from fashionable websites, including fobs. “Comrades: cancel your fob money owed; you’ve got to enjoy Life

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have been working free of charge as CIA informants. Shut FB debts to avoid being unwitting informants for the U.S. CIA says Venezuelan got minister (image source: The Telegraph) evaluation the Snowden case!” wrote Prisons Minister Iris Varela on her Twitter account. Venezuela has provided asylum for Snowden. However, he has not spoken back and appears unable to go away to the transit zone of Sheremetyevo International Airport.

He exposed an application known as Prism that relied on purchaser knowledge supplied by main technology companies. “Nations and people who have fallen sufferers to gringo spying will have to sue us to ensure fair compensation. We’re going to bankrupt the U.S. economic system!” wrote Varela, recognized for radical rhetoric and ardent stronger of the late socialist leader Hugo Chavez.