Prism

When Edward Snowden revealed the scope of the National Security Agency’s domestic surveillance programs earlier this month, he seemed more than comfortable speaking for himself.

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Whatever gave Edward Snowden the idea that he could decide for himself what National Security Agency documents and data could be made public? In fact, it’s more brazen than that: Snowden claims the right to overrule the agency and decide for himself even after the agency has decided that certain information should remain secret.

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PRISM: Scary Program, Unlikely Logo

What the NSA owes Pink Floyd

Someone at the National Security Agency is apparently a Pink Floyd fan.

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Against Our Values—And Bad at Keeping Us Safe

The real problem with data mining

Massive data sweeps like the NSA's recently disclosed program are an affont to Democratic values. 

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