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Taking a sly cue from their adversaries, anti-surveillance activists from Intelexit, "the world’s first exit program for the intelligence community," used a drone to drop leaflets over an NSA complex in Germany urging employees "in distress (from) their tacit involvement in spying” to quit the dark side. The action was part of a campaign aimed at reminding morally conflicted workers, in the words of whistleblower Thomas Drake, "you have the choice to leave.”