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Reddit Q-and-A on NSA reporting

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A 90-minute "ask me anything" feature with tech-savvy readers produces a fruitful discussion



This afternoon, along with Guardian US editor-in-chief Janine Gibson, I participated in Reddit's "ask me anything" feature, where the highest rated questions rise to the top and the guest answers each of them. The questions focused on our  NSA reporting, and were largely smart and provocative. The full discussion can be read here.

 

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