The Interview with the NSA Whistleblower

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9th Jun, 2013

It’s not often that I’ll get into politics on this site but this fascinating interview from the Guardian with the guy who leaked the NSA Prism documents, the biggest intelligence leak in a generation, is a must-see. For anyone, myself included, who didn’t really ‘get’ why we should be so nervous about government surveillance, the interview should paint a clearer picture of the very real danger this issue poses to our future, straight from the horse’s mouth.

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