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In November, a study released by the Canadian Centre for International Governance claimed that while 60% of internet users had heard of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, only 39% of those people had taken additional steps to protect their online privacy as a result.The latter seemed like a disheartening statistic: how could people read the Snowden revelations – including numerous spin-off articles on how to better protect your privacy online – and not take action? But wait a minute: security expert Bruce Schneier thinks that was the wrong conclusion to draw.“I disagree with the “Edward Snowden Revelations Not Having Much Impact...
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