And if Edward Snowden, the document leaker who has put massive gathering of civilian internet data by security forces in the spotlight, did put the people who help keep us safe or their ability to function at risk, that’s where my sympathy for him ends.
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But over the weekend, National Security Agency director Keith Alexander was on TV claiming: “What Snowden has revealed has caused irreversible and significant damage to our country and to our allies.”
OK, but with all due respect, I have a problem with the fact that General Alexander didn’t offer a single piece of evidence to back that up "
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