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The Cost of WikiLeaks

October 14, 2014

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Although WikiLeaks purports to merely reveal information for the public’s benefit, further analysis shows that its intentions are not quite that simple. Its revelations help the public very little, if at all, and many of their disclosures risk much more than they offer to the public. Though there has yet to be measurable proof of extreme damage to national security from WikiLeaks, this organization poses considerable danger to national security.

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Imagery Analysis: Edward Snowden Asylum Requests

July 24, 2013

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Edward Snowden, the contractor who leaked top-secret documents about information tracking techniques used by the NSA, is on the run from the U.S. Government and is seeking asylum in various countries throughout the world. Snowden has received 3 asylum offers and is waiting to hear back from Russia, the country in which he currently is in hiding. Top U.S. Government officials are seeking Snowden’s extradition to the United States in order to prevent more sensitive information from being leaked.

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