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March 30, 2014
The past few months have revealed an American obsession with drones that touches nearly every aspect of modern life. Unfortunately for vulnerable civilians in other countries, we’re obsessing over the wrong drones.
The more drones we worry about, the less we care about what matters, Vanity Fair’s Kia Makarechi writes on the new drone age we are entering. source
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And maybe the worst part for Clapper is, he still doesn’t get why Snowden did it. Clapper sees himself as the man who’s opened up the intelligence community to public scrutiny, who keeps the Constitution on his wall, and who’s endured the endless congressional grillings—all while keeping Americans safe. How could Snowden, a fellow intelligence analyst and contractor, not see that? ‘Maybe if I had I’d understand him better because I have trouble understanding what he did or what he’d do,’ the director said. ‘From my standpoint, the damage he’s done. I could almost accept it or understand it if this were simply about his concerns about so-called domestic surveillance programs. But what he did, what he took, what he has exposed, goes way, way, way beyond the so-called domestic surveillance programs.’
James Clapper, the U.S. Director of National Intelligence who “wakes up and prepares for the worst job in Washington,” explains to The Daily Beast’s Eli Lake why they can’t stop another Snowden. 
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February 2, 2014
Ironically, in a CBS story about the security that goes into the Super Bowl, CBS aired the wi-fi password for the stadium on national TV. Genius.

Ironically, in a CBS story about the security that goes into the Super Bowl, CBS aired the wi-fi password for the stadium on national TV. Genius.

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January 12, 2014
Stephen Colbert may want to cancel: The security company RSA, currently facing major blowback from the tech world due to reports that it installed a backdoor into its software for the NSA, is having a conference in the next month. The closing speaker? You’re looking at him. This probably does not play well into his image.

Stephen Colbert may want to cancel: The security company RSA, currently facing major blowback from the tech world due to reports that it installed a backdoor into its software for the NSA, is having a conference in the next month. The closing speaker? You’re looking at him. This probably does not play well into his image.

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