On the NSA, the Media May Tilt Right

By: Albert Wong and Valerie Belair-Gagnon | Columbia Journalism Review

Since June 6, the world has been roiled by an ongoing series of disclosures based on Edward Snowden’s document leaks, with coverage led by the Guardian and the Washington Post, about clandestine mass surveillance conducted, with little oversight, by the NSA and its international partners.


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