An editorial in the Boston Globe begins:
After Edward Snowden’s revelations last year, no one seems surprised at the scope of the National Security Agency’s snooping. Indeed, the recent revelations by the Moscow-based cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab detailing how the spy agency had managed to find a way to hack into almost any computer’s hard drive caused hardly a ripple. But this program deserves public scrutiny — if true, it shows that the US government is little better than China’s when it comes to respecting the intellectual property of private companies.
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