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In the days to follow, Snowden's leaks would send a shockwave through the media and the world, forever changing perceptions
Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger toasted his staff following the ceremony and gave special thanks to ProPublica and
Johnson told the conference that reporting the Snowden leaks was the most difficult story the paper has ever done-- more
"A real freeze is setting in on what had been to this point, I think, a healthy discourse between sources and journalists
Edward Snowden, the NSA whistleblower who revealed his identity Sunday, first approached The Guardian’s Glenn Greenwald in February and, by the journalist’s account, said he had information "that would be of great interest.”
Gellman revealed the existence of PRISM in the Post on Thursday evening, roughly 20 minutes before The Guardian published