Politics: Play of the Day

Getting Off the NSA’s Grid

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Bill Swindell
Jan. 17, 2014, 3:51 a.m.

Steph­en Col­bert has al­ways be­lieved in the Na­tion­al Se­cur­ity Agency’s right to spy — es­pe­cially on oth­er people. But now that new leaks have re­vealed a vast sur­veil­lance net­work that can even tap com­puters un­con­nec­ted to the in­ter­net, Col­bert is tak­ing a few tech­no­lo­gic­al steps back. 

Plus: Bridgeg­ate has left Chris Christie to rely on a new leg­al team.

And in in­ter­na­tion­al news, the glass ceil­ing has been rad­ic­ally broken: Hamas re­cently signed on its first fe­male spokes­per­son. 


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