No Place to Hide:

UnknownNo Place to Hide:
Edward Snowden, the NSA and U.S. Surveillance State
by Glenn Greenwald
May 2014 / 288 pages
rating  8 / current events

The first two chapters are riveting. Chapter 3 is jam-crammed full of very specific information about the programs and companies and interconnections used in contemporary government surveillance, not boring or tedious but often over my head. And Chapter 4 is about the dangers of this kind of surveillance . Chapter 5 concerns the role of the press and the dangers currently limiting the freedom of the press. Those last two chapters are journalism of the somewhat polemic variety. >>>>MORE>>>>

 

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