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What if Snowden had not blown surveillance, who watches the watchmen?004:57, 4 July 2013

What if Snowden had not blown surveillance, who watches the watchmen?

Fine interview, timely in a number of ways. Agreed, while Snowden's courageous act and commitment from presumably ethical motives are exemplary, we (the masses) cannot rely on isolated individuals and chance opportunities for "watching the watchmen". EFF is a fine partner to the Restore the Fourth rights movement, but a bit surprising Wikileaks conspicuously omitted from interview article.

Kdarwish1 (talk)04:57, 4 July 2013