Shared October 1, 2019
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The Department of Justice is suing the NSA whistleblower and Macmillan Publishers for Snowden’s bestselling memoir Permanent Record. They want to seize all royalties not just from the book, but also from all the speeches that Snowden gave to keep himself alive.
The pre-publication review is a requirement to hand over to relevant government agencies any material former employees intend to talk about publicly or to anyone who is not authorized. The government has the right to reject or redact the publication in any way it chooses without giving any sensible explanation why. Failing to submit a publication for a review gives the government the right to seize all revenue generated from the forbidden material.
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