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A poster supporting Edward Snowden, who leaked revelations of US electronic surveillance, is displayed at Hong Kongs financial central district on Monday.



WASHINGTON: Rogue US intelligence tech Edward Snowden issued a defiant rebuke to his critics in Washington on Monday and warned more leaks were on the way, declaring: Truth is coming and it cannot be stopped.



The 29yearold former contractor for the National Security Agency NSA dismissed allegations he was a traitor or a Chinese agent, and insisted he had exposed a dangerous US global surveillance network that threatens the privacy of millions.



US President Barack Obamas administration has protested that the programmes exposed by Snowdens leaks were vital to protecting US citizens from terrorism, but the revelations have triggered an embarrassing global debate.



Snowden, who fled last month from his job at an NSA base in Hawaii to Hong Kong carrying with him a cache of secret documents, is unrepentant, and he vowed to expose more details about how US agents spy on private emails.



More detail on how direct NSAs accesses are is coming, he said, in an online interview hosted by The Guardian newspaper, repeating his allegation that US federal agents have access to private users Web traffic.



The government has opened a criminal probe into Snowdens acts and partially confirmed his allegations by defending the programmes to access Internet data and phone records, saying that they have thwarted dozens of terror attacks.



The degree to which US agencies have direct access to private communications stored on servers operated by private Internet giants has proved to be one of the more controversial aspects of the revelations.



Firms like Google and Facebook say they provide information only when presented with a court womens online sale order, and deny that they have effectively given the NSA back door access directly to their data banks.



But Snowden repeated his claim that almost any intelligence analyst with access to the NSA signals intelligence database could target almost anyones emails or phone metadata and that warrants are rarely audited.



They can enter and get results for anything they want, he said.



Phone number, email, user ID, cell phone handset ID IMEI and so on. Its all the same. The restrictions against this are policybased, not technicallybased, and can change at any time, he said.



Snowden alleged that Americans communications were collected and consulted on a daily basis, with analysts having access to all details associated with a targeted email address, such as IP addresses, raw data, content, headers and attachments.



They excuse this as incidental collection, but at the end of the day, someone at NSA still has the content of your communications, he added.



The young technician, who left behind a comfortable life and a girlfriend in Hawaii, has been attacked in Washington for fleeing to Hong Kong instead of voicing his concerns about the scope of the programme through official channels.



But he insisted that he would not have got a fair hearing at home. All I can say right now is the US government is not going to be able to cover this up by jailing or murdering me, he said.



Some in Washington have suggested Snowden chose Hong Kong because he was working with US rival China, but he dismissed this as laughable.



This is a predictable smear that I anticipated before going public, he said. Ask yourself: If I were a Chinese spy, why wouldnt I have flown directly into Beijing? I could be living in a palace petting a phoenix by now.



Rather than working for China, he said, he was attempting to safeguard the privacy of the millions of nonUS citizens around the world who could see their emails and private data hacked by US agents acting with little oversight.



Suspicionless surveillance does not become okay simpl womens online sale y because its only victimising 95% of the world instead of 100%, he said. And he had harsh words for the US politicians who have criticised him.



Being called a traitor by Dick Cheney is the highest honour you can give an American, he said, accusing former president George W. Bushs conservative vice president of deceitfully engineering the Iraq war.



If they had taught a class on how to be the kind of citizen Dick Cheney worries about, I would have finished high womens online sale school, Snowden said, poking fun at his own relative lack of formal qualifications. womens online sale

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