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The possible redundancy of the NSA’s infiltration

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What we’ve been able to see through the speculations of journalists and the revelations of Edward Snowden may not even tell us a small part of the NSA network spying story.

Bruce Schneier has a worth-reading post about the latest reports on the NSA infiltrating the network connections for Google and Yahoo’s datacenter, making a number of good points about that story. We’ll discuss a few of the points, but I wanted to focus in on this one first:

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