The Snowden War rages on while Miss USA contestant supports the NSA initiative

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Edward Snowden has become a household name of late and for many he is the icon of freedom. All that Snowden did was to state in public that the NSA was unlawfully gathering confidential information, private email accounts and telephone and mobile call records in order to keep a watch on the general public. But a detailed analysis shows that Snowden himself is not above suspicion, especially because of the statements that he had made from time to time. His statements clearly indicated that he was concerned about the NSA’s malpractice and talked about it with his colleagues from time to time which is very unlikely for a NSA employee. Know more at .

While the whole nation and even several other countries are condemning the NSA’s clandestine operation to store and read confidential and private information, there are people who see nothing wrong in it. The crowned Miss Alabama, who also happens to be a contestant of Miss USA, clearly supports what NSA is doing. She even states that there is no harm if security agencies hack private information and read confidential emails as long as they do it for national security. More of this is at .

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