Edward Snowden reportedly emerged from his airport hideout in Moscow to meet human rights groups, accusing U.S. officials of ?threatening behavior? in thwarting his attempts to seek asylum. The ... more 
Edward Snowden reportedly emerged from his airport hideout in Moscow to meet human rights groups, accusing U.S. officials of ?threatening behavior? in thwarting his attempts to seek asylum. The self-declared leaker of classified NSA documents met officials from Human Rights Watch and other groups at Sheremetyevo Airport, where he has been holed up in the transit zone since flying from Hong Kong on June 23, Two prominent Russian human rights officials say they plan to meet with Edward Snowden, the leaker of U.S. National Security Agency secrets, after receiving an invitation calling them to Moscow's Sheremetyevo international airport. The annual Def Con hacking convention has asked the U.S. federal government to stay away this year for the first time in its 21-year history, saying Edward Snowden's revelations have made some in the community uncomfortable about its presence. less 
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Fri, Jul 12, 2013 10:22 AM EDT