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pipthom

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Guardian newspaper editor Alan Rusbridger has revealed that British authorities threatened to censor his team's reporting on surveillance by the state.

Rusbridger says British officials told him that documents from the whistleblower Edward Snowden should be destroyed or handed back and that they would use the courts to enforce their position.

The British government is already facing questions over why the partner of a Guardian journalist was held at Heathrow Airport for nine hours under anti-terrorism laws.

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andyreynolds

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I could  send anonymous messages, and be quiet but I think first of all is freedom of expression, all means of repression or censure violate  the different ways of think

andyreynolds

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La censura nos manda a callar esos gritos de lo que nos corre por dentro.... sinceramente debe haber menos represion

andyreynolds

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Estos casos terminan hasta acabando con la carrera de aquellos que luchan expresando lo que observan con sus propias lupas

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En latinoamerica ha pasado mucho y han terminado asesinando a quienes expresan su opinion con animos de cambio
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Hay muchos casos ue hoy en dia ya la gente a olvidadro, pero ue seguiran presentandose de esa misma manera