A Role Model for Security Savvy Journos

Friday, August 16, 2013

Transcript

The first time Edward Snowden wanted to leak information to Glenn Greenwald it didn't go so well -- Greenwald was stymied by the security requirements Snowden demanded before communicating sensitive information online. Brooke talks with journalist Peter Maass about the documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras and how Snowden ended up securely communicating with her.

Guests:

Peter Maass

Hosted by:

Brooke Gladstone

Comments [1]

Rob from Minneapolis

I believe I just heard GPG referred to as GnuPG, pronounced New-Pee-Gee, but one pronounces the Gee in Gnu, Ga-noo. Most users simply refer to it as Gee-Pee-Gee.

Aug. 19 2013 01:27 PM

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