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+ - Filmmaker Laura Poitras recalls learning about network security from Snowdon->

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sandbagger (654585) writes "The first time Edward Snowden wanted to leak information to Glenn Greenwald it didn't go so well — Greenwald was stymied by the security requirements Snowden demanded before communicating sensitive information online. Brooke talks with journalist Peter Maass about the documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras and how Snowden ended up securely communicating with her."
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Filmmaker Laura Poitras recalls learning about network security from Snowdon

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