Former NSA Chief: I Can’t Prove Any Harm to National Security From Snowden Leaks

John Glaser, November 11, 2013

The public editor at the New York Times reported the following:

[Former director of the NSA Michael] Hayden told me that he can’t prove any harm to national security from the publication of the eavesdropping stories…

That must have been when he wasn’t toeing the line about how much damage Snowden’s leaks have done:




One Response to “Former NSA Chief: I Can’t Prove Any Harm to National Security From Snowden Leaks”

  1. The more information government gathers on people, the more power it has over them. The more government surveillance, the more intimidated Americans become.