February 6, 2014

Snowden Keeps Outwitting U.S. Spies

Eli Lake, Daily Beast

The Associated Press

A new assessment of the damage caused by Edward Snowden’s breach of classified U.S. intelligence networks on first glance looks catastrophic. But first impressions can be deceiving.

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