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Wednesday, October 01, 2014



Interesting topic. In Snowden's recent interview in Rolling Stone, he said his leak was actually a lot smaller than the government has been characterizing it. He said he picked certain sets of files he knew to be high shock value, but low risk to national security. That said, it was still on the order of 100,000 docs, so he definitely had "relatively" less knowledge of them.

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