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16 Dec

U.S. May Never Know Extent of Snowden’s Leaks

 

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Snapchat says that private images are stored on its own servers. “Forensically, even after they are deleted,” Snapchat says, those images can be retrieved.

 

J. Emilio Flores for The New York Times

 

Internet’s Sad Legacy: No More Secrets

 

 

By NICK BILTON

Anyone who can watch you will watch you.

 

In technology, that is one of the big lessons of 2013. The National Security Agency and who knows who else have been tracking this or hacking that. China has been breaking into our computers. Google has been sifting through our home networks. Facebook has been tinkering with its privacy settings.

 

 

Officials Say U.S. May Never Know Extent of Snowden’s Leaks

 

 

By MARK MAZZETTI and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT

WASHINGTON — American intelligence and law enforcement investigators have concluded that they may never know the entirety of what the former National Security Agency contractor Edward J. Snowden extracted from classified government computers before leaving the United States, according to senior .

 

 

 

Recalling the Other Heroes of the Anti-Apartheid Struggle

 

 

MUSWELL HILL, England — Far from the crowds pressing to offer a final farewell to Nelson Mandela, a lesser tribute yielded a reminder that he was not alone in the struggle for what he called the rainbow nation.

In a damp corner of a small park here, someone had left two bunches of red and yellow roses on a bust of Oliver Tambo, Mr. Mandela’s partner, first in a law firm and then in the leadership of the African National Congress, the onetime liberation movement that now governs South Africa.

For many years, until his return to South Africa in 1990, Mr. Tambo and his wife, Adelaide, lived in a three-story home in this suburb of north London, leading the A.N.C.’s struggle from exile as Mr. Mandela languished in prison.

 

 

 

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