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Citizenfour review – gripping Snowden documentary offers portrait of power, paranoia and one remarkable man | Film | The Guardian

Citizenfour review – gripping Snowden documentary offers portrait of power, paranoia and one remarkable man | Film | The Guardian. Citizenfour review – gripping Snowden documentary offers portrait of power, paranoia and one remarkable man Laura Poitras’s film shows the

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No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA and the Surveillance State by Glenn Greenwald – review | Books | The Guardian

No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA and the Surveillance State by Glenn Greenwald – review | Books | The Guardian. Greenwald’s often gripping account of his central involvement in the Snowden revelations also raises big political questions Philippe

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‘No Place to Hide’ by Glenn Greenwald, on the NSA’s sweeping efforts to ‘Know it All’ – The Washington Post

‘No Place to Hide’ by Glenn Greenwald, on the NSA’s sweeping efforts to ‘Know it All’ – The Washington Post By David Cole, Tuesday, May 13, 2:46 AM At a meeting with his British counterparts in 2008, Keith Alexander, then head of

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