Was the Twitter thread that exposed the photos and private conversations of two strangers meeting on a plane an invasion of privacy or a hopeful tale of romance?
Months after the breach of 500 million accounts and reports of email scanning for U.S. intelligence, Yahoo took the opportunity to make something clear: They won’t hide that they’re working with the government. And they’re saying it’s the U.S. government’s turn to come clean. The digital platform
Yesterday, the Washington Post editorial board published “No pardon for Edward Snowden,” arguing that the former NSA contractor-turned-whistleblower should return the United States, that he should stand trial for his actions, and that President Obama should choose against pardoning him. The view itself is fair. Snowden’s