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Beautiful, interactive feature from ‘The Guardian’ reviews all the NSA revelations

02
Nov
2013

The Guardian has come out with a comprehensive guide to former federal contractor Edward Snowdens National Security Agency (NSA) leaks. The interactive piece, which is designed to be beautiful and digestible, summarizes the scandal after months of fractured reporting about different aspects of the NSAs surveillance program, and explains why you should care. The story seamlessly embeds video of sources, which autoplays in lieu of inline quotes, as well as major documents including the controversial slides on domestic monitoring. Set aside 20 minutes to read the whole thing.

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