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it felt census node movies or movie documentations we know there were many really really often people involved in the escape of Edward Snowden today we will hear a little bit more about the personal sacrifices and big risk these people took to shelter and protect Edward Snowden's FIL 1st I will give you think you nothing be a and the blows then please and you will start the whole thing with the little bit about story after that we will have a Robert table and by the 3 and worth known and looking forward to it but 1st the bigger blogs again for thinking about being and thank thank good evening my name's and he has a number of journalists for the German hundreds but today the story I will tell you is that you could put it on the motto nor did no good deed goes unpunished In German kind include it out so that when this stuff it's about a hundred years old and it's holds true for Mr. Snowden who is now a still in his exile in Moscow and will miss the trunk would like to show those are his words and it also holds true for the people who helped it was noted during a time when nobody is able to nobody else was able to help them the and these people are still suffering under unknown in your mind conditions to because see know here the I will give you the names in a few seconds having to start this is the most famous of story that has been told of the Edward Snowden the movie citizen for by laughter or pointers a very good movie and but there's a hole in the story and let's see let's go back for just a few seconds 2 0 June 10th 2013 which is on the 1st day all all of us here have ever heard the name Edward Snowden's it was a day that his interview was strange by the Guardian and he uncovered the massive surveillance of the US and the entire world by the US government and then tells systems and well this is the mayor of tell the interview took place at that hotel he was hiding here the in Rome 10 14 the this is a scene from the movie where you can see em just after he realizes that he doesn't know what to do next is just been interviewed this the morning after the interview and the journalists have left Greenwald has left you can go back because people like any other journalists have been but the they have found him and that they would follow him back to if you went back to the cell so Laura Poitras assuming this but she can help them and I the mortgage this escape there's it just skip so what 14 days and the next the next famous scene we are we are have all seen is Edward Snowden at the Hong Kong International Airport his back actually holding a tickets to Moscow in his hand and that's it the the next the next time we we saw again was in Moscow and we saw pictures of him was a mosque when I was 14 years later so I don't know about you but I was always had a for a long time i've been wondering why we had how did you do that on 14 days the most hunted man on the planet the NSA CIA Hong Kong Police on my colleagues while looking for him but nobody fountain so when the go and who helped and I was lucky enough that 2 years ago to meet the people who hit and what's not it's uh very it was hard for me to believe at 1st that these people were actually able to do that and did but the next thing is that happen out maybe maybe even harder to believe I'll just introduce some quickly because we're coming to the main show in a few minutes this is a G he is a former tree-lined can soldier but he has been stranded in Hong Kong what he was his backstory he was captured by the by the military was tortured twice and then you have was smuggled into Hong Kong and his mother left him and without his passport it is in the middle of Hong Kong and and you'd was stranded then has been stranded for the things since 2005 no and in 2013 he met by pure chance it was noted who was a refugee at that time suddenly himself and budget became Snowden's bodyguard for those 2 weeks in Hong Kong he had military training there was an initial doubts but I did make make sure that's known states safe and was not some of the detected the this is supported and other refugees the he's also from July and was also tortured beaten by the police and and fled to Hong Kong His wife medical she was tortured raped beaten when she went to the police he was sent out and beaten in front of the police station again so she also flat and in Hong Kong she must support in and they had these children to the the dot on the right and the nite he was just maybe 6 months when I met him 2 years ago this is the Vanessa and that says the and Filipino she was uh also in the at home the police wouldn't help her because of her rapist had political connections and after trying several times he finally made it to Hong Kong which she applied for asylum and never got it asylum-seekers in Hong Kong of not like asylum-seekers here they have no rights at all hardly any held they're not allowed to work they get food stamps but for example no stands for diversity if you have children small children so what do you do if you don't get you're not allowed to work in other lattice steel if you caught working it can be jailed for 22 months which is longer than you can be jailed for drug trafficking that's a daughter in a teacup NASA I did a lot for
Edward Snowden's she would she had his passport she cooked for him she bought in the newspaper and she and her daughter sign birthday songs for Edwards known studies expecting so how did this all come out by the way was able to find this story the in 2016 this movie cannot another movie but design of fictional partition but documentary maybe but Oliver Stone and it was clear that it's the refugees would play a part in this movie so after a long time of thinking they were willing to talk to journalists and had their story be told rather than rely on Hollywood direction so here you have the 2 main 2 main actors and just got a lot of work on the right left and ships sailing Lee and of course director Oliver Stone on the right and no we come to the most important people of whole tonight on the left Edward Snowden and on the right his lawyer in Hong Kong who made all this possible because of course for refugees and Hong Kong couldn't just made and was known on the street it was this man Robert to bold who brought them together it was it coincidence again he was called out of the blue on the morning of the 10th of June 2013 because there was no and then what know what to do and nobody neither snow nor any other the guardian people had planned for how to hot what to do on the next morning so this lawyer was called up a human rights lawyer who has been working with refugees and the cases of cheap the décor support and Vanessa for years and when he was suddenly passed with that finding a solution for this unbelievable problem hiding the most sought-after on the most wanted man on the planet he came up with this crazy idea well let's side them with other refugees that side then let's hide Mr. Snowden's when nobody would ever look in the the slums can come and what the for 2 weeks there was no need in the tiny apartments with sometimes no bathrooms and was undetected by the entire secret service a force of several nations and um the but when I found this I do what most generous would do and wrote a very long story this was and 2016 renamed it so the sky this snow in secret and I detail all the stories of Vanessa supported by g and the decoder and how they made and save and what's not so the the story was very well received out a lot of calls came in wanting to donate people want to donate all over the world really because we also put out the English version of this and the we were able to funnel a lot of money to the refugees Of course not enough but more than and for and I just briefly to rock told me to put this up here uh who was awarded the could talk was the prize Click to host the award at this year and thank you thank you thank you this is 1 year ago not here but in Hamburg same to the same place at the time when robin I told the story to the CCC the audience for the 1st time and things were actually looking up uh we were getting the money we had that connects these 2 lawyers in in Canada who wanted to bring them to Canada because these people cannot stay in Hong Kong but as I said before no good deed goes unpunished and it hasn't and I would like to know Roberts onto the stage because the world what happens next will show you that certain governments in this world do not want people to help those in need on the contrary if you help somebody was the danger for his life you will get punished yourself I think that's a story that's the lesson that is being taught right now and has been the has been taught for the last 2 years ever since this story became public the book in the world and and and and thank you and I will thank you thank you for being here tonight and dumb thank you so much for the interest that you have in my clients and Mr. Snowden of course but also the 7 refugees who opted to protect the world's most significant was a block know what I'd like to do is like to start from where I left off last year and this slide that you have here was on the same day the same day last year and what has not been disclosed this after this talk a year ago I had left the auditorium and I received phone calls from Hong Kong the Sri Lankan police had flown into Hong Kong the Criminal Investigation Division targeting the refugees seeking to engage them the immediately with reduction of legal team and then those people and helping the stone refugees to move them to safe houses so I'd like to do is to go through what happened to this node refugees this last year because they've had a terrible time it and targeted by the Sri Lankan government and they've been targeted by the Hong Kong Government and even punished by the Hong Kong Government simply for their association with Mr. Snowden the last September they're 7 cases were called up by the Immigration Department after the immigration apartment just ignored the cases for about 5 years and the cases had nothing in common in terms of the incidents in their home countries the time that they were targeted for persecution or torture ill-treatment at the time they left Sri like in the Philippines and even the time they in Hong Kong when
they raise refugee asylum claims and the only factor that they had in common was the kindness humanity empathy and compassion the showed Mr. and holding government instead of recognizing the extraordinary Dean stated instead took the opposite approach and last September the heart and government utilize different apartments to punish this node refugees and Vanessa 2 eco went to the social offer department which uses a Swiss contractor International social services and when they went there to get the little financial support the given which does not meet their basic needs which each international Social Services on behalf of the social order payment started asking them about Mr. Snowden's private information about system the and these extraordinary people the told the government that they're not going to breach Mr. Snowden's confidence so they were punished they had the food taken away from them they had the housing is taken away from them transport money the little girl in the front on the right hand side deceptively she was denied access to education for 1 year the little girl on the left Vanessa's daughter Jenna she was denied education as well unfortunately there was an extraordinary group in Hong Kong around a private school broader so through last September to December the only assistance the help from the government was stripped away simply because they refuse to us answer questions on just snow the no parallel to this time in Sri Lanka the Sri Lankan local government this tree like in criminal must agation police criminalization division renowned for its use of torture as 1 of its standard investigative tools like a and the military went to achieve the soldiers house standing in the middle on on my right hand side this you Lankan police CAD also went to suppose family's home they threaten the families they harass the families they wanted the locations telephone numbers of the families in Hong Kong and they wanted the names and telephone numbers and addresses of the friends of people they knew what Hong Kong but this refugees have extraordinary parents and they did not speak up they refuse to assist despite the threats With this ruling and government using oppressive means to get intelligence on my clients In September October they then flew into Hong Kong in October and just and through December and I was in December that a number of witnesses were able find out the Sri Lankan kernel estimation division department of were typing my clients no I informed as a lawyer and form the Immigration Department Immigration apartment did nothing we tried making a complaint to the police police they just told us the immigration apartment was conducting investigations which wasn't true and finally by the Hong Kong Police agreed they would allow my clients to make a formal complaint to the police about this like the police CAD coming to Hong Kong and threatening their safety the security in their lives so for formants the the Hong Kong Government the Hong Kong Police failed to provide state protection they failed to investigate the failed to act promptly I brought my clients into the Hong Kong Police to make a complaint the please don't wanna take the complaint initially they said they had a few questions and they had a list of questions on they 4 size paper the they ask my clients about Mr. Snowden they asked about Mr. Snowden's movements in Hong Kong the places responsibilities were to address the threat from the shore I can police not asking questions about Mr. Snowden's movements in June 2013 clearly the police as with the social offer department has with the contract arises has no interest in protecting and providing support for my clients their interest was to gather intelligence on the stress node I put a stop to that when should be Jonathan members with me the and eventually police complaints from it but the police what interested investigating this really please I had I'll put it to the investigating officers all you have to do is to go to the Director of Immigration is office in Hong Kong and ask for the files of all Sri Lankan police officers to travel to Hong Kong between October and December 2000 60 that is because every Sri Lankan who travels to Hong Kong must obtain a visa from the Chinese Embassy in Colombo they must provide a photograph and they must provide the nature of their employment for who they employed by of and the please did nothing the Hong Kong government did nothing and it would have been a simple task hokum government could have said there were no police officers coming to Hong Kong from Sri Lanka at that time because we have no records of such and the fact that they didn't investigate that or at least disclose that they've check the files indicates there's only 1 soul inference to be made the selected please word factor in Hong Kong aside from the fact that there are a number of witnesses then in August of this year the witnesses to the Sri Lankan police coming to Hong Kong and targeting strategies were grabbed by the police they committed no crimes it did nothing wrong they were simply grabbed by 6 officers to immigration enforcement officers for police officers from the Criminal decisions department in Hong Kong they were put into a van and they're held unlawfully the on 2 days and the 1st question the police and asked the 1st detainee was about Mr. Snow and the police were trying to make a case that this node refugees made up the story In October I was
informed that the Hong Kong Police finished investigation that enough for the investigation a few weeks later another witness was arrested by the Hong Kong Police again targeting this node refugees and those people mapping for the now why why would the Sri Lankan police become to Hong Kong and Hong Kong has a history of allowing foreign agents to come into stressed option and to target engage and even extraordinarily rendition civilians in Hong Kong Samuel study in 2003 Hong Kong assisted the UK and US governments to have and rendition in a private flight to Libya viewers tortured the booksellers in Hong Kong a couple years ago were rendition by the mainland Chinese security of Hong Kong and Thailand and in January this year the Chinese billionaire should should show John Walker was taken out of the 4 seasons hotel the canadian hotel in Hong Kong and rendition to cross the border and he's disappeared so my clients of that had a very hard time and I've been targeted myself Hong Kong directive immigration has sought to have been removed from the cases has made complaints to the bar association and without merit the reactivated dozens of cases right before the start refugee appeals the Hong Kong Government has simply acted egregiously and projecting its authority with impunity the Sri Lankan police said I believe came into Hong Kong simply because the hop government has created an environment the where Hong Kong has not held any foreign agent accountable for their unlawful activities in Hong Kong and by the way mainland China the Chinese government is the biggest arms provider to the slack in government so in a very close military relationship that now if strategy was put into place where we found myself and the lawyers you can see in the photo on the far right hand side is Jonathan Mann beside his Michaelson came from Canada from Montreal Quebec Canada myself originally from Montreal mechanic Mark Andrus again the lead lawyer in Canada on the far left is Francis during they filed refugee claims with the Canadian government with the measure of immigration Ahmed Hassan who himself is the former refugee from Somalia In May the canadian government communicated very clearly in writing that they would expedite the screening of our clients cases aware that the situation for our clients was serious and urgent the in July of this year the canadian government made a turnabout and said they would assess the cases chronologically which takes 52 months so on 1 hand the Hong Kong Government is simply trying to fast track in Russia the screening the screening process for my clients in Hong Kong for the Solomon refugee claims to the portal and in Hong Kong is an effective 0 per cent acceptance rate of refugees in hong kong which is extraordinary and the UN Committee against Torture has said this is is the very critical for government so at this stage these lawyers are pushing the canadian government to decide how these cases decided in favor of our clients and to remind the canadian government that if the clients are removed from Hong Kong because occasioning government fails to act in time the Canadian refugee claims will extinguish because the clients once they return to their home soil they have no more refugee claims under the Refugee Convention you must be outside your home country and come to this last because the clients need support and each support for food for rent because often government as not providing any that and we foresee that we we have continued battle through 2018 but the same time other clients within the declines will not be in Hong Kong by the end of 2008 we we know that a fact the other 2 being on countries or hopefully they'll be in Canada the the 1 other thing I'd like to mention is that when the Hong Kong Police grabbed the witnesses to this node Maffettone refugees through a police they took the cell phones from the clients from from the rent from the witnesses and they gained access to the data and they did that unlawful so this is the environment in Hong Kong this is an environment where police have acted with impunity against the most vulnerable in even to this day the Department of Justice in Hong Kong refuses to believe that Mr. Snowden had ever met this node refugees despite compelling evidence and it's an extraordinary and bizarre situation in Hong Kong but what is the government projecting its power and using it against the most vulnerable I'm gonna start here and what I would like to do now is I like to welcome my other clients Mr. Edwards the fj and it is this is so we have limited time actually the audio could you cut life when the information from the hostages the thank you so everything that you herds of it is an indication of a the things that hackers known about long before we are familiar with the fact the government's abuse of power we're familiar with the fact the idea that the institutions and the processes we were told to rely on don't always work that has promise in the question is you know why is that what what is hacker why are you here you you 1st come had thank you everyone for coming to this talk as I know I had the will I think and you hear to hear about the individual's flight of these in credibly brain people us G Inverness and their children if instead of the
1 of a hundred other talks which sure in this times less are incredibly compelling we want this but in this room we have a thousand hackers free rights and I would argue the reason for that is because you came here and this is important right this is no small things is not platitude this is not the cutest not lips straight is for this caring is the prerequisite of progress I don't care how smart you or I don't care how much time you have I don't care for connected you are where you resources or your friends are where you went to school all of these capabilities Our model meant by a single thing in that is concerned with how much you care you're here these families need our help this is a problem that needs to be solved I can't have no matter what we performed then you then hackers right because it is that shared value that we all have so where we look at these things this this this is a common sense in this trial value that defines all this regardless of how we feel about the politics regardless of you know the 1 guy out there in the audience is like our not that like this guy he's Russian spy that you know we should we all know that person and that's phone check right because what is a hacker 1 who doubts right there that we're going with the road is that guy just as the rest of us are the hackers 1 skeptical of claims that the system works as promised warrior designed rather than however apparatuses as its observable we see we take the risks every day our work of being wrong In in order to be right in order to do writing water to fix the problems in order to discover things people didn't know all what have to people do that why you risk school wasted powers in euros and verified some random API around fossils 4 weeks just to see what happens in this is gonna sound like the was error in state here in all week but it's because we know better all of us have reasons for that doubt that are different but you need each 1 of us be sharing lived experience the planted a seen in us that grew into that skepticism that we should trust the system and we should rely upon the way the world is as it is in except that that's just the way things are there will was promised is good enough among the eighties and gentlemen when I say that this year has proved the value of our skepticism it you 1st of all of the the head head to the promise to his her mountains for deeper and what he his his said that because he's kind of guy but we what is is you beyond injustice and it's traveling in in humanity right so we look to the other side why why is the Hong Kong Government active this right wired these you know a few people being dragged through calls the when the government can very easily to say OK fine you know we know their names there and movies were just in let Haas will will give asylum she even though in Hong Kong the island rate is something less than 1 per cent in most countries it's more than 30 per cent of in Hong Kong is less than 1 personally it's the reason why this is because these people them a common example we show that there are considerable pressure the system is broke the initial thing to work better when people understand it when somebody shows the fall when these people become the proof of concept the suddenly this pressure for change so the way that caring begins and so we progressed century listed and just as in many other countries immigration unfortunate is a politically contentious issue regardless of whether the these are the in our economic migrants whether these are people who were legitimately finding the fleeing torture environments I rate and threats to life and this is why I think this is so more this is why I think it's own water to to talk about this to be interested in this even if you don't do anything about although I absolutely hope that you will do something about it is because I doubt is the 1st form of distance we like to think of approach protester test right we we like to think of it you know people making arguments constructing writing sharing the debate in these things are important these all role from that initial impulse that initial skepticism initial doubt it just makes you go this doesn't seem right because that doubt is powerful down is value doubt is dead motivator win down makes sense right and these people who have doubted the legitimacy of the Hong Kong Government approaches to them the threats that code version of the attempts at subversion to make them go against their initial decision that has made them this now face retaliation now they need our help so what we did the you know we are alternately just people we are technologists year technicians and we're community of so many others and you know this is a difficult case for some people who had deeply conservative political values are a hope they're not the majority in the room what I watched approaches such as 1st 2nd in the shoes of these people these families my friends live in desperate poverty that they did not have a toilet she sat on it he was a whole from so the kitchen sink was the battle think the the stove was a camp stove in the bathroom by people rotated sleeping on the floor because they're 1 of if these are not people living in this circumstances these and not people exploiting this system right these are not people trying to get something for nothing is if people trying to make the most of what they have trying to eke out an existence in difficult competitive society that is not their home in a place with the language is not their own in trying to priest schiltrons In ultimately a hostile services and despite this despite the precarious situation in which they found themselves despite having no in having no 1 but this suitable to represent and hope that 1 day they would be able to the state has the right to actually just apply for a job non-guaranteed work so somebody showed up on their doorstep imagine that we should it is the most what should be in the war the and he needs help right it may be the worst person on Earth maybe he's the best you don't know all he knows he's hunted these families
new endeavors was like they bend they've lived through that and because of that they helped me get off the X. Chen they risked a lot and I think you know so many people say some negative things about refugees today they see that this is the worst kind of people but I know from my own experience right why seed of doubt but there are cases that they're wrong and this is absolutely 1 of the uses some of the best people that I've ever met who have nothing but were willing to n words in for someone that they didn't even know just because they knew what it was like to need shelter this so I ask you you know think about what you can do it in a small lake maybe you can help right the the maybe even domain we have a website for the refugees . com wanted to fundraise for the family but it's more than that right because this is not just about what happens to this is not just about this individual case these problems are going to persist other people are going to run into the same challenges is going to be a question of who did they turn to the when they don't have a movie to advocate for right and that's why I say something that frustrates me about what we have seen the advanced technologies just in these last few years that it is this used to be unfortunately a very clubby community right In its broad and we've got wider participation that's awesome but with that we've also seen commoditization of all work of what we do is we see people looking the way the job after google the facebook and to do that they use the same went down the sharp edges of their own beliefs of their own seeds of their own ideologies we become more likely to agree rather than 1 likes it argue the and I think we need to think about what that means for the world when we and our occupation our specialty in is this moment of history the atomic form of computer science Our work has never been more important to open a newspaper without people talk about cybersecurity like Cyprus either side because they don't just say computers reviews 7 they wanted their words right out but the problem here is that the world is reliant upon us at the same time we are being pressured to be apolitical and ladies and gentlemen I think that is wrong I think that is incorrect I think we have some of the brightest minds in how these in this room and I think what do you think what you believe matters beyond what you can do behind the Q and I think what you do behind keyboard should the expression is an extension of making that we'll right look around the world look at the fact that we're having to come together in the conferences were having to hold largely off topic conversations to meet the basic needs of brave people can we make that system better they can do their reporters stage than what we have few or none in talking about refugees would talk about the entire body of humanity I think we can and I think we should have we seen progress we've seen where we have actually made of constructed advances here is seen as states there's always this constant talk about encryption and it's point backwards into account the FBI's handed day on both these corporations not to use secure communications and it was not so very long ago ladies and gentlemen the battle seemed like a joke that governments would simply presume that they could pay and is easily they could have made the rule set the rules we would have to live by them without even have a chance to consider whether there were no right or wrong simply because it was the self session we are now a part of that so this world is larger our ability to be involved in our societies how democracies and more broadly across words our world is larger than it was this role we need to be thinking about what we can do maybe you're not a lawyer right so maybe you have no influence in Hong Kong God knows I'd like maybe we can't guarantee the courts will be fair but maybe we cannot guarantee that the police are are going to be accurate I maybe we cannot guarantee that the government is going to serve the people but maybe we can ensure we don't need them and that is a revolutionary idea for but it's of basic idea to old idea it's 1 that is as old as hacking itself we don't want to be told what to to do and that's not to say that all government is the enemy that's not to say that we shouldn't do anything at all that doesn't mean that you know all rules were bad also should be challenged all rules should improve all implementations should be tested
and that goes beyond EP Isely him and I hope based on this you will help the to prune the Deacon lesson and their kids and I hope ladies and gentlemen you will not stop thank you very much fit and and what you and me great big deal thank you so much and they you that you know I don't know if we have time for questions and like human world Robert if you want combining rules or if were behind schedule 106 is you always time reading 1 minute so that there's 2 things think I think probably should be least 1 question for you tonight on bot this node and it's not enough is used as an of the gonna come on-screen no rate after and answers the question so you have an opportunity to meet all 7 events Snowden's particles are integers so 1 question is firms it and where it has stood the CCC technical team the digit type this form that would help because I came here at all the I so thank you um so Russian President Putin has said model times that you met with Russian officials in Hong Kong 0 so at what point did that happen and if it was during you staying with the refugees had of that work the I'm sorry I couldn't hear the question but I think it was something about the Russians right and so I'm glad somebody asked that is this gets into hold out in Europe the but perhaps today the Russian question right but not a lot of people are interested in this in what people wanna because that's all of these conspiracy theories here it's it's a fabulous wonderful thing very happy skepticism but it should also be reduced right when we look at argumentation whenever we put it out but there is this ancient ancient were which is that which is a certain way out evidence must be distn ext without evidence because otherwise you're wasting our time right we don't just want engaged in speculation there was a whole book written by some crazy guy that was dismissing days theory right where like before I was even at the mirror I was secretly seek around with the Russians I is simply didn't happen they said I wasn't at the mere hotel I had the like is some handlers somebody like that in in Hong Kong I'm staying with them but the funny thing is we actually had hotel receipts right so this book comes out we publish them and they're like all that you know maybe which is got wrong and use low but whatever not but the reality is guys look and what makes more sense when we talk about doubt the idea the guy who's making a hell of a lot of money without a high school degree in the United States working at the NSA working at the CIA but in Hawaii with the living with a beautiful woman that he loves very much as many 4 years the is this set is life on fire to go run off to russia right the particularly when his argument is primarily against surveillance does that make sense OK and then going beyond this if that's the case right and he is a Russian spot might it it tells you go to Hong Kong 1st try 1 flight must go but but soon vast side right we got all these double gains in these wheels within wheels where I did Eden shoes to be in Russia I had a transit to and that was just supposed to be a layover for like 12 hours or something like that in Moscow on route to Latin America and this is publicly known this is isn't like speculation this isn't assertion this document fact you still go on Twitter and find pictures of the plane to Cuba that was packed full journalists taking pictures of my empty to seat an Aeroflot lead to the taking right where where I was in but it just goes on all we got is continuing today how where I just released a new at with the Freedom of Press Foundation and the Guardian project maybe some you guys approach a call he it's
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open source it's free it's not for pays a profit motive in this up and we had like some former CIA guys out there going to media your there's no way this is in the Russian government back door for some guys open source is the program's not that big it's in challenges just to look at the code yourself it's it's it's not there now but even the even if it were there it could be there whatever just how many lines of code I wrote on haven guys and 0 right I'm not a developer much trying to be the person you wanna think is make freighters who is by the way American he's not non-Russian multi-use even ever been Russia I don't even have access to the git repo specifically to avoid people being able to make these begins to try undermined the application so even if I were a Russian Spiro I even if is worsened sneaky trick that plane belonging to try to get in people's farms how would that even works right so just answer the question for malaria said thank you for being . awful thank you for being skeptical with same time don't the the end of the and
the right the the odd the next group of people will be this node refugees and the come on in about a minute and there are a few things harm I also wanted to this close to you and then and and help you understand that the Hong Kong Government has has taken a view in all the cases of Don that the Philippines and Sri Lanka are safe countries that have rule of law and provide state protection and that could be further from the truth so very quickly I'm under the president too tarty is and I would call it an authoritarian regime in the Philippines he's instituted martial law in Mindanao he successfully in December how that extended for a year but without lawful basis he broke off he actually order emergency a state of emergency across the country earlier this year over 10 thousand people lost their lives in the name of his drug war which in fact is just a facade for basically of creating sphere part in developing also and he's expanded that war on drugs targeting politicians journalists and political activists and only a few months ago he threatened the united nations that are Apertura on all the extrajudicial killings and summary executions by telling her that it he sees her he's going to slap in the face is a self-confessed murderer he broke off negotiations peace talks with the New People's Army and this is the group that persecuted Vanessa and here my client was is it the the NASA also to admit because I did Can you hear everybody there are a gene yeah so what I'd like to do is I'd like to open this up to the human eye so if you like if you have any questions for my clients or maybe more problematic to try to answer questions don't be afraid the they alright so they come so the necessary for the problems and the and the other 3 adults from Sri Lanka and so we've been doing everything to keep their cases alive in Hong Kong and also advocating to the Canadian government to to act quickly that properly a couple things all mention about this node refugees is that I raise their asylum claims for the children under the United Nations Convention on rates of the child on the whole the Government had find that international conventions but decided that they didn't have to follow they said because we've been incorporated into domestic legislation and these children don't have the benefit of on the UN Convention on to the child and refused to assess their asylum claims on that basis so Hong Kong the without any of the richest jurisdiction in the world this is how they view the treatment of the vulnerable but in particular vulnerable children the Vanessa Is there anything you'd like to say OK other questions yes please yeah OK as of I think that the German government should be used the German government should be ashamed that Edward Snowden's cannot come here as a political refugee or uh would it be helpful if we pressure the German government to give political refugee status all to uh Edward Snowden's guardian angels how what if the Canadian government is not moving fast enough on it we can get the German government to move fast enough In the end of World War you rural war war war analysis of food or water use of Canada has enacted would you
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Titel The Snowden Refugees under Surveillance in Hong Kong
Untertitel A Rapidly Emerging Police State and Imminent Deportation to Sri Lanka and Philippines
Serientitel 34th Chaos Communication Congress
Autor Tibbo, Robert
Snowden, Edward
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung 4.0 International:
Sie dürfen das Werk bzw. den Inhalt zu jedem legalen Zweck nutzen, verändern und in unveränderter oder veränderter Form vervielfältigen, verbreiten und öffentlich zugänglich machen, sofern Sie den Namen des Autors/Rechteinhabers in der von ihm festgelegten Weise nennen.
DOI 10.5446/34928
Herausgeber Chaos Computer Club e.V.
Erscheinungsjahr 2017
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract The Snowden Refugees’ actions to protect the world’s most significant whistle blower of the 21st Century, amounts to an expression of Political Opinion. Since September 2016, the Snowden Refugees have been systematically targeted and persecuted by the Hong Kong government based on that political opinion.
Schlagwörter Ethics, Society & Politics

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