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From Leaks to Lawsuits to Pulitzers


News coverage that formed the foundation for ongoing lawsuits targeting government surveillance was awarded one of journalism's top prizes on Monday.

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What's being said

  • charlie

    Cracker action using hacking techniques to obtain information - crime.
    Cracker action involving other employees in obtaining, for distribution, internal documents - crime.
    Cracker action that violates one or more areas of employee contract - contract Law crime.
    Cracker action openly sharing internal documents with foreign entities - crime.

    Politicians; each of last six presidents did something to eat away at our privacy &/or constitution. On arrival of each nexus president did any of them reverse these actions - NO.
    Politicians are involved to some degree.

  • April 17, 2014

    "All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent." Thomas Jefferson.

  • Treason wins a Pulitzer! Hooray!

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