Was it really less than a month ago that the Washington Post joined The Guardian in publishing Edward Snowden's revelations about NSA spying on the American public and the world at large? Why, yes. Yes it was. In fact, the Post updated and expanded its revelations just this past weekend, with the slides illustrating the Prism data-collection program updated June 29. But, from the land of cognitive dissonance, the Washington Post editorial board says these NSA leaks must stop!
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