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Federal Government Admits to Warrantless Spying in California Court

by Ezra Van Auken, Ben Swann:

How much is too much and how much is never enough? That’s the question National Security Agency (NSA) contractor, turned whistleblower, Edward Snowden asked himself before withdrawing from the agency in June. Certainly though, Snowden hasn’t fallen short of data leaks, releasing 200,000 documents to media outlets since his feat against government relations began. Of course, it isn’t the end, and officials know this.

Speaking to the NY Times, an anonymous senior official explained, “They’ve spent hundreds and hundreds of man-hours trying to reconstruct everything he has gotten, and they still don’t know all of what he took,” suggesting that the entire situation is crazy. Not only has whistleblower Snowden managed the largest government data leak in American history, but also the 30-year-old has left officials clueless with how much was comprised.

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