Jun 042015
 June 4, 2015  Posted by  Featured News, Surveillance

Edward Snowden has an OpEd in the New York Times. He writes, in part:

Two years on, the difference is profound. In a single month, the N.S.A.’s invasive call-tracking program was declared unlawful by the courts and disowned by Congress. After a White House-appointed oversight board investigation found that this program had not stopped a single terrorist attack, even the president who once defended its propriety and criticized its disclosure has now ordered it terminated.

This is the power of an informed public.

Read the full piece on NYT.

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