As in he never responded to the questions sent. Either that, or the dog ate it.
Looking at the sample telegram, you can tell that theres at least one diehard Twilight Zone fan in that company.
That's still a negative?
No, but government information operations tends to lag behind the civilian sector by a decade or two
Great, now apple will sue every brewery for their innovative design of the beer can. Guess beer will have to come in milk cartoons soon.
Snowden claims that one of the specific reasons why he chose to act is because the NSA was deliberately lying to congress. If that isn't a crime, it should be.
Isn't that why Clinton was impeached?
Seriously, this guy is a criminal and should face the consequences of his actions.
Sorry for the confusion, but you're talking about the gentleman who greenlit this entire domestic espionage program, I presume?
They'll likely do something awful to him (like solitary confinement for years before having a trial). They'll do it in such a way that they can claim that it is part of their process while they "prepare their case", but they'll make it clear that if you do this, very bad things will happen to you.
However, I find it quite odd that these NSA leaks are coming out at the same time that Manning is finally going on trial.