In the New York Times, Charlie Savage and Mark Mazzetti explain how Edward J. Snowden
instructed three journalists, Glenn Greenwald and Ewen MacAskill of the Guardian and documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras, to fly to Hong Kong about 12 days ago to "visit a particular out-of-the-way corner of a certain hotel, and ask — loudly — for directions to another part of the hotel. If all seemed well, the source would walk past holding a Rubik’s Cube."
They followed his directions, and encountered a man with a Rubik’s Cube. That man was Snowden.
In related news, NYT columnist David Brooks is an idiot: "He betrayed our privacy," Brooks writes about the man who leaked evidence of the NSA's secret and sweeping surveillance program. You have got to be kidding me.
What we already know is bad. But it’s worse than we know. Senator Mark Warner, ranking Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, says Russia’s attacks on our election systems were more broad in scope, and targeted more states, than what the leaked NSA documents published yesterday by The Intercept indicate.
Reality Leigh Winner, 25, has been arrested over charges she leaked top secret National Security Agency documents referenced in this Intercept story about Russia’s cyberwar on U.S. voting infrastructure. She is identified as an NSA contractor.
An anonymously leaked Top Secret NSA report on Russian state hackers interfering with the US elections has been published by The Intercept, which had the documents independently analyzed by a who’s-who of America’s leading security experts.
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