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Old September 30th, 2016, 09:08 AM
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Re: What is the deal with Snowden?

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Originally Posted by kkkk View Post
precisely why whistleblower laws and policies are around. where something wrong or illegal is happening, a whistleblower brings it out in the world even if it contradicts Non-disclosure agreements they have signed.
whistleblower laws come into picture if government/agency/company is doing anything wrong. In this case it's a strategy to do those spying activities. Even the courts will not acknowledge the agencies did anything wrong.
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