Connecticut Public Radio
The Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit against Edward Snowden alleging that his newly released memoir, Permanent Record, violates nondisclosure agreements he signed with the federal government. Justice Department lawyers say the U.S. is entitled to all of Snowden’s book profits. . . . In April, the ACLU and the Knight First Amendment Institute filed a lawsuit challenging the government’s pre-publication review process, saying it allows the government to suppress the free speech of public servants.