Tech Reporter, Forbes
I'm a tech reporter for Forbes and the author of This Machine Kills Secrets: How WikiLeakers, Cypherpunks, and Hacktivists Aim to Free the World's Information.
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forbes.com — Breaking the fast. Meatloaf (mom's recipe), dill-smashed potatos, brussel sprouts and bacon, bourbon with simple syrup, lemon and basil. This is the sixth and final post in a series devoted to my week-long trial of Soylent, the food substitute created by the company of the same name that has captured the hearts of the quantified self movement.
National Security Agency chief Gen. Keith Alexander: Edward Snowden got call-tracking order during trainingpolitico.com — The National Security Agency contractor who disclosed the spy agency's collection of data on billions of telephone calls made by Americans apparently obtained a highly-classified court order about the program during a training stint at NSA's headquarters in Maryland, NSA Director Gen. Keith Alexander said Tuesday. Alexander told reporters after...
forbes.com — NSA director Keith Alexander speaking before Congress. The next Edward Snowden may need a partner on the inside. On Tuesday, National Security Agency Director Keith Alexander told a congressional hearing of the Intelligence Committee that the agency is implementing a "two-person" system to prevent future leaks of classified information like the one [...]
guardian.co.uk — It is the interview the world's media organisations have been chasing for more than a week, but instead Edward Snowden is giving Guardian readers the exclusive.
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