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Strongbox and Aaron Swartz (The New Yorker)

Strongbox and Aaron Swartz (The New Yorker)

Posted May 22, 2013 0:23 UTC (Wed) by gerdesj (subscriber, #5446)
In reply to: Strongbox and Aaron Swartz (The New Yorker) by freemars
Parent article: Strongbox and Aaron Swartz (The New Yorker)

>The NSA (or whatever) would have to be offering a HUGE incentive/threat to the New Yorker in order to convince them to offer a deliberately compromised service.

>>Documenting the incentive and/or threat would be the scoop of a lifetime.

I don't know if the US has an equivalent to this beast yet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regulation_of_Investigatory_... but if you do then I would not hold out much hope of reading the scoop.

Cheers
Jon


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