The Snowden effect: Three years after Edward Snowden’s mass-surveillance leaks, does the public care how they are watched?

@article{Smith2016TheSE,
  title={The Snowden effect: Three years after Edward Snowden’s mass-surveillance leaks, does the public care how they are watched?},
  author={Charlie Smith},
  journal={Index on Censorship},
  year={2016},
  volume={45},
  pages={48 - 50}
}
  • Charlie Smith
  • Published 1 September 2016
  • Political Science
  • Index on Censorship
C rdit: Jrgen O lzyk IT’S BEEN MORE than three years since Edward Snowden revealed the incredible scale of mass surveillance. Yet, even as his story gets the Oliver Stone treatment in a new Hollywood movie, the general public has still failed to adopt privacy-enhancing tools en masse. Snowden himself predicted this when he stepped out of the shadows and invited reporters from The Guardian newspaper into his Hong Kong hotel room in June 2013. “I know the media likes to personalise political… 
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