programs. The article quoted House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers, R-Mich., as saying, “There are "changes we can already see being made by the folks who wish to do us harm, and our allies harm." Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, said that Snowden "has basically alerted people who are enemies of this country
... (like) al-Qaida, about what techniques we have been using to monitor their activities and foil plots, and compromised those efforts, and it's very conceivable that people will die as a
I guess that removes any doubts about Snowden being merely a whistleblower. He has given secret information to our enemies, and that makes him a traitor. The leaks are aiding the terrorists. I
think that outweighs the privacy activists’ concerns. Now two things must follow: terrorists will find other means to communicate that make tracking more difficult, and NSA will broaden the surveillance programs.