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  • The_Ohioan

    I’m afraid it’s too late. NSA was worried that more would come out – they were right. This has international implications; we’re in big trouble.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/12/29/nsa-hacking-tactics-_n_4515897.html

    Der Spiegel did not explicitly say where its cache NSA documents had come from, although the magazine has previously published a series of stories based on documents leaked by Snowden, and one of Snowden’s key contacts — American documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras — was listed among the article’s six authors.

    No one was immediately available at Der Spiegel to clarify whether Snowden was the source for the latest story.

  • DORIAN DE WIND, Military Affairs Columnist

    Thanks for the link, TO. Amazing.

    While my views on our surveillance methods may have changed somewhat, my views of Snowden remain as firm as ever. (“without his illegal actions, you might not have modified your views,” ‘you’ say. It could have been done without breaking our laws and damaging our intelligence capabilities and compromising our security. The damage we see is just the tip of the iceberg)

  • The_Ohioan

    It seems Mr. Snowden has reached his “red line” of disclosures and is letting his comrade take the heat lead. In fact he says he no longer has NSA materials

    http://www.thestar.com/news/world/2013/11/01/edward_snowden_may_help_germany_on_merkel_phone_bugging_allegations.html

    Perhaps he is realizing the seriousness of his disclosures.

    If you follow all the links, you see that NSA has been recruiting geeks – in hindsight, that might not have been a brilliant idea. Speaking of links, the original one on Yahoo News has disappeared. Maybe soon they will all disappear. 🙂

    The FBI and CIA will have to be answering some questions, also. I’m trying to remember, has Mr. Issa ever had a hearing on the NSA questions?

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