Four ways the Guardian could have protected Snowden – by THE NSA

Analysis The Guardian's editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger fears journalists – and, by extension, everyone – will be reduced to using pen and paper to avoid prying American and British spooks online.

And his reporters must fly around the world to hold face-to-face meetings with sources ("Not good for the environment, but increasingly the only way to operate") because they believe all their internet and phone chatter will be eavesdropped on by the NSA and GCHQ.

"It would be highly unadvisable for … any journalist … to regard any electronic means of communication as safe," he wrote.
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