Meeting Snowden in Princeton

rysiek rysiek at
Mon May 4 00:37:34 PDT 2015

Dnia niedziela, 3 maja 2015 23:00:02 Seth pisze:
> So the takeaway is that the NSA had almost six months to investigate or
> nab Snowden from the time of his first attempt to contact Greenwald on Dec
> 1st 2012 until he was on a plane to Hong Kong on May 19th 2013.
> Meanwhile he's running a large Tor exit node and organizing CryptoParties.
> This is not exactly what you would call keeping a low profile or 'good
> OPSEC' for a person actively planning to drop the biggest Intel leak in
> history.
> I find this unbelievable.

So, what is the more believable hipothesis, then? Could you please share?

Because mine is Hanlon's razor: NSA were simply incompetent. With a haystack 
like this, it's really hard to find any needles[1]. They missed the Boston 
Bomber, for instance[2].


Michał "rysiek" Woźniak

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