In a new and impressive interactive presentation of their in-depth reporting on the NSA revelations made possible by Edward Snowden, The Guardian shows why it is widely regarded as the best newspaper in the world.
When Edward Snowden met journalists in his cramped room in Hong Kong's Mira hotel in June, his mission was ambitious. Amid the clutter of laundry, meal trays and his four laptops, he wanted to start a debate about mass surveillance.
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He succeeded beyond anything the journalists or Snowden himself ever imagined. His disclosures about the NSA resonated with Americans from day one. But they also exploded round the world.
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