Leaks of classified information from former Booz Allen Hamilton and U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden have given the NSA a world-class public-relations headache. Private citizens are reeling too, having not yet grasped the extent to which digital communications were potentially subject to state scrutiny. As the U.S. continues communications surveillance as a tool to fight terrorism, it faces both in-house and international data-privacy concerns. That struggle will ...

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