Guardian interview with Edward Snowden

Snowden’s interviews always seem to be interesting.  Snowden talks about about how doctors, lawyers, investigators, and possibly even accountants need to change their online behavior to to protect their clients from government theft of information.  We truly live in a brave new world where everyone who has an obligation of confidentiality has to protect their clients not from the public but from their government.

Snowden mentions how we all carry around cell phones which are networked audio devices that presumably the NSA could turn on and listen at any time.

Snowden does not us Google or Skype.

Snowden describes how nude photos attained through mass NSA surveillance have passed around the office without the victim ever knowing.  The NSA has almost no oversight to prevent this kind of behavior

Snowden suggest using SpiderOak for cloud storage.

Full interview here.

 

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